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Gun Range

COVID-19 Updates

We are complying with WorksafeBC and PHO regs and will keep you apprised of any big changes. As of April 8, 2022, the gun range will not require vaccine passports, as per the latest health order.

Member Requirements to Participate:

  • A mask and vaccines are no longer mandatory

  • Participation is at your own risk and if you have any concerns, please don't come.

  • If you are unwell, please stay home.

  • Gloves and/or hand sanitizer is recommended to keep in your range bag.

  • Visitors or guests will be limited at this time, to minimize the number of people in the range. We must know ahead of time if you plan on bringing anyone.

Please work with us to be sure that we're all doing our part to make these activities successful. 

Thank you very much for your understanding.

Please check back here for updates.


General Indoor Shooting Range Information
(Basement of the main building)

The 20 yard (18 meter) indoor shooting range is open to club members and their guests. We have 7 lanes and we are rated for basic handgun calibres up to .45ACP.

Periodically we will have to close the range for either maintenance or due to public meetings in the hall. Please check the calendars on the range pages for notice of impending range closures before you come here.

Click here to see our range rules, including permitted firearms and ammunition:

Tuesday .22LR Rimfire Night (7-9pm)


The club has a number of .22LR rifles to use for those wanting to try, or you can bring your own. We also have a small group of volunteers to help anyone wanting to learn about shooting.

We are open to all ages and encourage kids to come and give it a try.

For more information, please go to the .22LR Rimfire Night page, or click here:

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Wednesday Handgun Night (7-10pm)

Handgun night is for members and their guests to shoot their own handguns. Due to a light backstop, we are limited to a max calibre of .45ACP. No magnums. No 7.62x25, no steel core/jacketed ammunition, etc. If a magnet sticks to it, we cannot use it. (see Range Rules for more info)

We are now authorized to use 9mm PCC (Pistol Calibre Carbines) on Wed nights!

For more information, please go to the Handgun Night page, or click here:

For club membership information, please click on this button:

For general information on our gun range, please use the button below:

In case the button doesn't work (sorry for spelling it all out. Trying to avoid a bunch of email spam)

E-mail range questions to:

sfgc dot range at gmail dot com

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