Mar 15

Prairie Open 2015

Attached please find the SAVE THE DATE! Bulletin for The Prairie Open, October 24/25, 2015 at the Shooting Sport Performance Centre in Winnipeg.

Prairie Open 2015 Save the Date

Apr 07


The 2015 Nationals will be held August 1-9 at Beachburg, Ontario



Apr 12

Alberta 50m Solstice Match

June 20-21, 2015: In Conjunction with AHA Pistol Match
SFC 2016 Annex A Match criteria for Cut Score Consideration
**Canadian Sporting Rifle will be accommodated ONLY if space is available
Location: Range 3, Lethbridge Fish & Game Shooting Sport Facility, Lethbridge, Alberta (see map attached to registration form) 2015 ASRA Alberta Solstice 50m Match Lethbridge Final

Lodging :
Lethbridge Lodge Hotel & Conference Centre
320 Scenic Dr S Lethbridge, AB T1J 4B4
1 (800) 661-1232 or (403) 328-1123
Deluxe $109 + Tax or Business Class $139+ Tax (includes hot breakfast)
Price guarantee until June 1 2015
(Mention Alberta Solstice 50m Match)

Feb 01

2015 Alberta Smallbore Rifle Provincial Championships

Location: Spruce Grove Gun Club, Spruce Grove, AB
Date: June 12 to 14, 2014
Match Registration and information >>2015 ALTA SMALLBORE PROV << >> 2015 SB PROV REG<<

Mar 08

2015 Maple Leaf Open

Please find attached the match notice for the 2015 Maple Leaf Open hosted by the Alberta Handgun Association again in Leduc Alberta.

With 80 positions shot entirely on electronic targets, the Maple Leaf Open meets the SFC cut score criteria for both pistol and rifle.

This match in the past years has been very well attended by both National and International shooters.

Please do not delay in registering to avoid disappointment.

I look forward to seeing you there!

AHA 2015 Maple Leaf Open Cut Score Notice

2015 Maple Leaf Open Match Notice

Mar 02

Manitoba Provincial Air Gun Championships (cut score eligible match)

Attached please find the information and registration for the Manitoba Air Gun Provincials being held May 2 & 3rd, 2015 in Winnipeg at the MPRA Shooting Sport Performance Centre.  This event is cut score eligible for both Air Rifle and Air Pistol.

 Please feel free to pass the information along to anyone interested in competing in this event.

 Hope to see you there!

 Lisa Deneka


Manitoba Provincial registration


Sep 22

2014-2015 CRPC Smallbore Rifle Indoor Schedule


2014-2015 CRPC Smallbore Rifle Indoor Fall-Winter League

04 Oct 2014
08 Nov 2014
29 Nov 2014

10 Jan 2015
07 Feb 2015
07 Mar 2015
11 Apr 2015

Location: Calgary Rifle & Pistol Club (CRPC)

1910 – 39th Avenue NE, Calgary, AB, T2E 7Y9

8:00 a.m. Doors Open for registration & equipment set-up.
09:00 a.m. First Match/Course of Fire – Iron sights only
10:30 p.m. Second Match/Course of Fire – Any sights
Matches start promptly, so don’t be late.

CourseOf Fire:
Time limit: 75 minutes [1 hour and 15 minutes]
Unlimited sighters + 60 scoring shots on 3 separate “SFC series 136” targets
20 scoring shots per target, 2 shots per bullseye

Rules: ISSF & SFC rules apply.

Match Rifle – 25 meter prone
Sporting Rifle & Hunting Rifle – 25 meter prone
All disciplines will be run simultaneously
Although these are prone matches, 3-position will also be accommodated.

Entry Fees:
$ 7.00 for CRPC members for both matches (please bring exact change)
$ 12.00 for non-members (day pass with insurance – please bring exact change)

Match Director & Range Safety Officer: Jeff Hunter

Targets will be provided.
Targets will be SFC series 136, shot at 25 meter targets for match & sporting rifle.
Competitor scoring will apply – please bring scoring towers & overlays.
Scoring will be done at the end of each match.

None; only bragging rights at Tim Horton’s after the fact.
This is a shoulder to shoulder match, “best” man/woman wins.

To reserve a lane, please contact:
Jeff Hunter @ H (403) 238-2651 / W (403) 541-5259 or email:
Only 10 lanes available so first “registered” with Jeff = first served.

Note: These are not SFC sanctioned matches – scores do not count towards classification.
Scores will be posted at CRPC and on the ASRA website.

Match Information here: 2014-2015 CRPC Smallbore Rifle Season


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Feb 01

2015 CRPC City of Calgary Air Gun Championship

Calgary Rifle and Pistol Club
Dates: March 13 to 15, 2015
Match Flyer and Registration Information… 2015 CRPC City Of Calgary Airgun

Mar 15

2014 SFC Awards

It is that time of year again where we reflect on the 2014 season and recognize those who have made great strides in the sport of shooting. The SFC is now accepting nominations for the 2014 awards which can be found on the SFC or by following the links below. Be sure to fill out each appropriate form completely and provide a paragraph or two in your explanation stating why the person you have nominated is deserving of the award. If we do not receive an explanation then we are unable to consider your nomination as it will be incomplete. Deadline for submission is May 30, 2014.

Many thanks! SFC Office

Feb 17


Men and Women air pistol team events an All-Alberta affair

(Prince George, BC – Feb 17, 2015) Team Alberta added two gold medals on Tuesday, winning both the Men’s and Women’s air pistol team events in Target shooting at the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, BC.

Team Alberta athletes Peter and Veronika Schulze both posted the highest score of the day in their respective genders.

Peter Schulze (Calgary) won the Gold medal along with his teammate Andrew Thacker (Red Deer) combining a score of 1051 points. Schulze shot a 551-point match, just one point shy of his personal best while Thacker shot 501. Team Alberta won the event by 10 points over Saskatchewan.

This gold medal is Schulze’s third medal in three events at the Canada Winter Games. He won two bronze medals at the 2011 Games in Halifax. “If you stick with something and you really apply to it, you can find success in no matter what it is. Luckily I was young enough the first time so that I could come back to the Games four years later with four more years of experience and training. It’s really good see success again. In Halifax, there was some pretty stiff competition, but at the same time I knew I was prepared, shooting fairly well.”

Thacker shared mixed feelings, disappointed with his performance and at the same time happy with the gold medal. “This gold medal is amazing. I never thought shooting would take me this far. I’m not going to lie, I shot really badly today, but my partner had an awesome day, and it made it for it. I almost wanted to quit, but I knew there was still a chance so I pulled myself together. Once you shoot the shot, it’s gone. There is no point in worrying about it and just keep going, keep focusing on the next shot,” said Thacker, who started three years ago at age 15. “This is for sure the biggest, most important match of my career.”

In the women’s competition, Veronica Schulze (Calgary), 16, posted her career-best result shooting a 360-point match, the top result of the day. Combined with the second-best score of the day at 356 points thanks to teammate Ashley Pikkert (Blackfalds), 18, Team Alberta ended a perfect day at the range.

“My shooting wasn’t as high as my regular practice, but solid enough to win a gold medal with me and my partner. Having the two highest scores of the day shows that our training is solid, that we do well under pressure, and that all the work and competition we do throughout the year is certainly helping. The training we do with our coaches is beneficial to us.” said Pickkert, a four-time provincial champion who enjoyed the event and the crowd atmosphere at the Canada Games.

The individual air pistol events will be held tomorrow and Thursday.

Follow Team Alberta on Facebook at www, twitter at .

Media inquiries may be directed to:
Guy Napert-Frenette
Media Liaison, Team Alberta
(403) 669-5015 (mobile)

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