Smallbore is back on tonight. Last week the Committee took a break to conduct a safety exercise.
Thanks to all the families and kids who made it out to last month’s Kids Rimfire Night. A thank you again to our sponsors Poco Military, Tiger Arms and Custom Reloading Service!
There is room in this weekend’s C.O.R.E hunting course. If you are interested in getting your hunting license for this fall now would be a good time to do the course. Spaces open this Saturday/Sunday. Pay at the office or come to the Trap House with cash. For more information on the course click here.
The Port Coquitlam and District Hunting and Fishing Club is hosting this free presentation in the Club House. Open to the public. Join AdventureSmart for our Survive Outside presentation. No matter what outdoor activity you are planning, be prepared. Follow the three T’s—trip planning, training, and taking the essentials. AdventureSmart is a great resource…
The range is open all long weekend. The office is closed on Monday, Canada Day. A reminder that official holidays are members+guests only. Happy Canada Day!
THIS WEEK – WEDNESDAY Kids Rimfire Night returns for the second year in a row. Last year there were smiles all around from our little competitors and fun was had by all. Please note the registration details below and RSVP to Kerri.
In response to member inquiries, the Executive Committee has decided to allow Range User Course certified members to shoot on Range 10 the same as they do on the lower ranges (R3-R6). Although a long-standing request, the concern has always been that Range 10’s shots can overlap on the end of Range 7 which would…
We’re dumb and missed Mother’s Day but we can make it up to all parents for Father’s Day this Sunday, June 16th. Members can bring their fathers, mothers, or any guest for 1/2 off guest day cards ($12). Subject to space availability.
Trails will be closed Saturday June 22nd for tournament setup and for Sunday June 23rd unless they plan to register and participate in the 3D shoot. Thanks to Brent for the poster
Amendments to the Wildlife Act Wildlife Management Area Use and Access Regulation which governs public use of lands marked for conservation have been made. As you can read from this article, there are now restrictions on camping, access and rules around dogs in these lands to protect habitat and wildlife in the following areas: Bert Brink…