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  • Handgun – General Handgun, all allowed calibers; normally 10 min relays.

  • ISSF Handgun – ISSF Standard Pistol and Centre fire Pistol relays will be run. ISSF shooting is done one handed. Calibers include .22lr – .38 (no magnum/high power loads). 9mm shot one handed will be allowed.
    Note: all club members are welcome to participate. For more details contact Soren Sorenson at

  • RTS Program - The ISSF time slot can be used to shoot for Crest awards through the SFC RTS program. See the posters at the range for program details or check Contact the Handugn RTS Coordinator, Benoit Deschaies, at or the Rifle RTS Coodinator, Gordon Smith, at

  • Fifty-Meter Pistol (or Free Pistol) – Metro Toronto Free Pistol League Match night. Free pistol is an ISSF event and uses a single shot .22 caliber pistol and very challenging targets. For more information contact Soren Sorenson at

  • Sunday Air Gun – Subject to Range Officer (RO) availability; members interested in participating should contact Soren Sorenson at
  • Ottawa Valley Pistol League (OVPL) Night - These nights run ISSF half courses for each of Standard Pistol and Center-fire for practice for the League matches. All team members (and potential team members) are encouraged to come out to train. New members interested in joining the team can contact Benoit Deschaies at
    When the calendar indicates “OVPL Match” – these are closed nights as it is a home competition with a visiting area club.
    Note: all club members are welcome to join the RA OVPL team.
  • ISSF High Performance Training – High Performance athletes training for Provincial, National, and International ISSF competitions. For more information contact Soren Sorenson at
  • IPSC Handgun – Action shooting sport; Come out on Saturday at 4:30pm, if you want to try it out. Contact Remi Doucet at rdouc‎

  • Intro to IPSC - Introduction to IPSC action shooting by use of IPSC targets at different distances and shooting techniques for fast accurate shot placement on multiple targets. This is intended for Hand Gun members that do not have their Black Badge qualification and are new to this kind of shooting discipline. Contact Pierre Sigouin at