The 2019 season of LEAP was a busy year. LEAP matches take place on the second and fourth Saturday of every month.
The second Saturday is CPCA (Canadian Police Combat Association) shoots. The matches are for CPCA members but are also open to all holster qualified shooters who wish to practice their skills. LEAP also allowed .22 shooters to participate in courses of fire on the second Saturday shoots.
The fourth Saturday shoots offer Police and other law enforcement related courses of fire. These courses of fire require quick follow up shots, accuracy, and movement to engage multiple targets. The fourth Saturday also includes steel stages.
Something new this year was a carbine course of fire. This is open to .223 and pistol caliber carbines. The carbine course is offered on both the second and fourth Saturday.
LEAP’s Steel Challenge took place on June 22. There were lots of prizes and almost every shooter walked away with a prize. This match takes a lot of set up and volunteers. Listing them all would take a page alone, a big “thank you” to all who contribute to makes this match the success it is every year.
Our CMP .22 rifle match which runs on both Saturdays, after the regular matches, is a popular venue for those who and are looking to improve their rifle shooting skills. We are always looking for more shooters to come and put your .22 rifles through their paces.
Shooters participating in LEAP matches are reminded that they must be qualified to Club standards in the use of a holster. Check out the Club website for more information on the shooting activities on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.
LEAP Committee Directors want to thank all the designates, shooters and volunteers who help set up and clean up and make the shoots a success. Please come and get involved we are always looking for interested people to enjoy the shooting disciplines and to help out.
Paul Noble, Director