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So You Want to Be a Competition Shooter…

Competition shooting is an exciting sport, and a growing scene in Canada. There are several disciplines within competition shooting, including:

Trap, Skeet, and Sporting Clays
In these competitions, you’re shooting at clays. Each style requires different stations, throwers, and speeds.
http://sfc-ftc.ca/
http://www.vancouvergunclub.ca/

Service Rifle
Based on military training matches and conditions, shooters can compete at local, national and international matches.
http://www.dcra.ca/index.php

F-Class
For those interested in the ultimate in accuracy.
http://www.dcra.ca/index.php

IPSIC
Fast paced and challenging pistol matches involving moving and shooting for accuracy and time.
http://www.ipscbc.com/Canada
http://www.ipsc-canada.org/

3-Gun/Tac Match/CQB
A growing scene in Canada that combining multiple weapons platforms on varied courses of fire for speed and accuracy.
http://abbotsfordfishandgameclub.org/

Sniper/Tac Rifle
Accuracy and decision making, at long ranges under challenging conditions to imitate field, LE or military conditions.
http://www.bcrifle.org/