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Selkirk Game and Fish Association has been in operation since 1955. The organization is run by volunteers who donate their time to keep the facility up and running. In 2000 it cost the club $26,000 to comply with the C.F.C. requirements in order to remain open and operating. We were issued three Range permits: Main Range, Trap Range and Overflow with strick guidelines as to what activities could be carried out at each facility.
Welcome to the Wapiti Shooters Club. Our club was founded in 1949, in Grande Prairie and has been established as one of the finest shooting clubs in Alberta. Being a muti-disciple club, we offer Shotgun, Handgun and Rifle shooting. Our shotgun fields are trap, sporting clays and skeet. Our closed in rifle range gives the shooter the ability to shoot up to 200 meters. Our outdoor handgun range consists of 12 lanes, shooting from a variety of distances. We also offer year round shooting in our newly renovated indoor 6 lane heated range.
The Vermilion and District Fish and Game Association was formed in 2001 when a group of local sportsmen met to start a club that would lead to the construction and opening of a gun range for residents to safely participate in their favourite shooting sports. After getting permission to use an old gravel pit southeast of Vermilion construction of a gun range started. Through the efforts and hard work of club members, the support of the landowner and the generosity of local contractors the gravel pit was transformed into a fully functional gun range.
Our purpose as a gun club is to promote a safe environment for you and your family to enjoy shooting firearms for years to come
The PCFGA features a 500m rifle range, with backstops at 400, 300, 200, 150, and 100m. Other facilities include a shotgun range with 2 clay pigeon launchers and a small arms/pistol range. The pistol range has been recently upgraded with a higher backstop and earthwork berms on either side to permit use for tactical pistol practice. The PCFGA clubhouse is located at the range, and was built with grant money from the 2004 Alberta Winter Games.
THE OKOTOKS RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB IS A SMALL NON-PROFIT CLUB, MANAGED AND OPERATED BY A FRIENDLY GROUP OF VOLUNTEERS.