WHY YOU SHOULD BECOME A RO

  WHY YOU SHOULD BECOME A RANGE OFFICER       As you go to the matches and shoot, you notice that there are a large group of our members known as Range Officers (ROs) who put you through the Courses of Fire (COF or stages). They operate the timers, keep track of scores on…

Fall/Winter News

Fall is quickly turning into winter here in BC, and preparations for next year’s matches is well underway. Your BOD met recently and sorted out match dates for 2020 which will be published soon. During that meeting our new treasurer had to resign and we are now looking for a new one. If you are…

SC Report Oct13.2017

I thought it time to again report what I find interesting in our sport. Since August, Qualifiers have been held in Victoria and Poco, all successful. First, the weather at all the matches was perfect with Victoria being a bit warmer than Poco but it IS Fall;) Good turnouts at all matches making them a…

SC Report August 1, 2017

SC Report Aug01.2017 For my second installment, it seems appropriate to give you my views from the 40th IPSC Canada Nationals held in Calgary July19-22.17. It was another landmark match for both IPSC Canada and IPSC BC. The weather was smoky. In the road trip from Vancouver to Calgary, the forest fire smoke was always…

SC Report July 6, 2017

This SC BLOG(SCB) will be in an ongoing-as-items-come-up format. When I have information relative to our members and organization, I will post a similar write up. These SCBs will be archived if anyone wishes to reference them later. The Provincials at TMSA last weekend saw the final event of the 2017 season. There are still…