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2019 Top Guns Provincial Championship Results
Published Date: 2019-07-16 00:00:00

We enjoyed very good conditions for the 2019 Top Guns provincial championships on Saturday, 13 July, and there was a great turnout for the match, with 14 shooters. A classifier was made available for those who needed to update their chosen division classification, or just as a warm up stage. For the match, there were six stages, including one standards and five scenario stages chosen from high level competitive matches from around the globe. Some of them proved considerably more challenging than might have appeared at first glance.

The stages were:

  • Stage 1 - Standard (an 18 round standards stage, from the 2019 Italian Summer Cup)
  • Stage 2 - Best Friend (a 16 round scenario stage, from the 2019 Italian Summer Cup)
  • Stage 3 - Shrieking Eels (a 16 round scenario stage, from the 2019 Miss'ippi Showdown)
  • Stage 4 - Gun Raffle (a 17 round scenario stage, from the 2019 Gulf Coast IDPA Championship)
  • Stage 5 - Black Gold (an 18 round scenario stage, from the 2019 Italian Summer Cup)
  • Stage 6 - Gun Store (a 15 round scenario stage, from the 2019 Texas State IDPA Championship)

Full results are available at the IDPANL website but these are the top competitors:

  • High Enhanced Service Pistol (ESP)/High Overall - Mike McGrath 173.64
  • High Stock Service Pistol (SSP) - Jeff Dowden 195.15
  • High Custom Defensive Pistol (CDP) - Mike Saunders 260.58
  • High Compact Carry Pistol (CCP) - Gary Noftall 220.51
  • High Revolver (REV)/Most Accurate - Chris Butt 353.60
  • High Senior - Gerry Carr 247.43
  • High Distinguished Senior - Joe Banoub 528.42

It was a great match. And congratulations to the winners! We will put up some photos and video in due course.

Thanks to everyone for their help with running the match, and with setting up and tearing down stages.  The next club match is scheduled for Sunday, July 28. This will be the last regularly scheduled club match before the Zombie Apocalypse VIII Multi-Gun Shoot on August 10.


2019 NL Trapshooting Championship
Published Date: 2019-07-15 00:00:00

2019 NL Trapshooting Championships Results

Saturday was a decent day for shooting but Sunday was a real treat. Cold, wind, fog, rain and drizzle left shooters asking “did we miss summer?” Mother nature threw the gamut at our shooters but they persevered!

Congratulations to NL Trapshooting Champions:

  • Troy Coldwell (Singles, Doubles and High Overall),
  • Nina Chandler (Lady Singles Champion),
  • Paul Bailey (Senior Singles Champion),
  • John Tucker (Handicap Champion).

Nina preparing for Sunday’s Doubles Event (winter hat and all). John Bellows and John Tucker after their shoot off with Russ Brown for Handicap Champion through 3rd Place.  Tucker took Champion, Bellows was Runner up and Brown took 3rd place.


Sporting Clays July NSCA Shoot
Published Date: 2019-07-12 10:23:00

Folks, our next NSCA registered shoot of the year, the "July Evening Special" is being held on Wednesday evening, July 17th. This will consist of 50 sporting targets at a cost of $15 (or two card punches + $3). This will be for the first 50 targets. After that it's regular Wednesday cost for subsequent rounds.
Please note that this is one of a small number of Wednesday evening registered shoots that we have planned this year. During NSCA registered shoots, both NSCA members and non-NSCA shooters are all welcome (non-NSCA shooters shoot in "Hunter's Class"). For information, or to join the National Sporting Clays Association visit: http://nsca.nssa-nsca.org.

Just click the "members" section at top of page and click "sign up/renew". It only takes a few minutes!

For those of you who are unsure if you want to join NSCA at this time, there is a complimentary limited membership available to first-timers. The application and details can be found here: http://nssa-nsca.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/CLM_NSCA-rev.-3_14.pdf.

Just fill it out, bring it to the next registered shoot you attend and hand it in during registration - Do not mail to NSCA. This will enable you to join NSCA on the spot and have your targets registered until the end of the year. If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail Herb Butt at

herb.butt@gmail.com.


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What We Offer


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Archery

Archery provides both a 3D animal course that winds through the forest, and a 20-90 meter target range. The archery group shoots indoors during the winter at 18 meter targets.

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Rifle/Pistol

A 15 stall outdoor rifle range that provides an excellent opportunity for air rifles, handguns, and long guns from 50-200 yards. The outdoor pistol range features 12 shooting stalls with target stands set at 20-25m.

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Trap Shooting

Offers 4 Trap Fields each with automatic clay target throwers & automated voice release systems.

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Sporting Clays

Features 15 shooting stations along a groomed trail through the forest. We offer a wide variety of manual and electric clay target throwers


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IDPA

Using the clubs Pistol ranges, the IDPA offers shoots that simulate self-defense scenarios and real life encounters.

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IPSC

Offers a dynamic shooting sport where the principles of accuracy, speed, and power are balanced using a unique scoring system.

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Youth Program

Juniors are welcomed to engage in a series of programs designed to teach safe and responsible shooting. Opportunities exist for young people to acquire a license and participate in Club events either as individuals or as members of the Junior Group.

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Conservation

Our Club's Conservation Mandate


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Angling/Fishing

For those members who are interested in Angling and Fishing at the club.


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Archery

Archery provides both a 3D animal course that winds through the forest, and a 20-90 meter target range. The archery group shoots indoors during the winter at 18 meter targets.


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Rifle/Pistol

A 15 stall outdoor rifle range that provides an excellent opportunity for air rifles, handguns, and long guns from 50-200 yards. The outdoor pistol range features 12 shooting stalls with target stands set at 20-25m.


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Trap Shooting

Offers 4 Trap Fields each with automatic clay target throwers & automated voice release systems.


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Sporting Clays

Features 15 shooting stations along a groomed trail through the forest. We offer a wide variety of manual and electric clay target throwers


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IDPA

Using the clubs Pistol ranges, the IDPA offers shoots that simulate self-defense scenarios and real life encounters.


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IPSC

Offers a dynamic shooting sport where the principles of accuracy, speed, and power are balanced using a unique scoring system.


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Youth Program

Juniors are welcomed to engage in a series of programs designed to teach safe and responsible shooting. Opportunities exist for young people to acquire a license and participate in Club events either as individuals or as members of the Junior Group.


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Conservation

Our Club's Conservation Mandate


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Angling/Fishing

For those members who are interested in Angling and Fishing at the club.




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