For all Range Club events and dates please check the Events Calendar.
**Membership form for the 2018 season** are now available here on line only , no other form of application will be accepted.
We have had a few small issues with the new software thank you for your patience. things should be working smooth by the end of the week . Dave
This membership will be Valid from Dec 1 2017 until Dec 31 2018. Cards will be delivered and available from the Range warden at the club and notice will be sent out to advised when they can be picked up. Remember if you have not had a picture id before and you are a new member a get link photo must be submitted to complete your card process.
Note: 2017 memberships are no longer offered as of Nov 2 2017. Members that still have not picked up their 2017 membership card from dvc can still do so untill year end.
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how to make a paper castle Please note our Mailing addresses has been changed , please use the Maple Ridge address listed under Contact (above) for all mail and match mailings.
- 2017 Insurance Certificate is now available under forms and Documents
- http://amps.sdsu.edu/wp-content/?faq=process-essays-examples&an=6 REMINDER: If you attend the range without your membership card, there is a $10 fee for the range warden to lookup your membership validity and provide temporary day card non refundable.
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- essay on computer technology Note: Your email letter of confirmation to get your new membership card will be valid for 30 Days for access to the range , but the $10 fee will be charged after the date on this letter.
- Donation are always welcome if you happen to have access to building materials that would otherwise be tossed at your workplace. Plywood, 2x4's, screws/nails, etc. Contact our range warden if you think you may be able to offer something to the range.
Please make sure that all garbage is removed from the ranges as the bears are looking for food. Do not place any food or beverage containers of any type in the garbage receptacles on the ranges. Please take them with you when you leave. Do not place any cardboard in the dumpster, leave all cardboard beside the garbage bin in small tin shed. No personal garbage allowed or your access and or membership will be revoked. Also break open all plastic bags that are put into the dumpster to prevent the bears from dragging them out of the bin.
To report a wildlife conflict on TMSA property contact B.C. Conservation officer at 1-877-952-7277 24hrs a day or any member of the board of directors for assistance. During regular hours, report any bear sightings to the Range Warden immediately. Remember all wildlife is protected on TMSA property.
Waste Management sponsored by Smithrite Disposal at www.smithrite.com
Check Calendar for all match Dates
Participants will need:
- 115 rounds
- semi-auto rifle
- 3-6 magazines
- gear to hold mags
- eye and ear protection
Dress for the weather!
Participants will shoot from standing, kneeling, sitting and prone firing positions, including off hand.
Overall target distances 7-25 yards.
SPEED STEEL MATCH - Check the Calendar for Match Dates
8:00-8:45am sign up at indoor range
8:50am squad assembly and match briefing
9:00am match start
Rimfire .22lr (handgun and rifle)
- open (up to .45cal, no magnums or wildcats)
- stock (up to .45cal, no magnums or wildcats)
Pistol Caliber Carbines (up to .45cal, no magnums or wildcats)
Speed Steel Shooting is an exciting handgun shooting discipline going against steel targets for speed and accuracy. This match will be shot over five stages or various target configurations. Competitors will shoot each stage six times. Their best five times for each stage combined will be their aggregate time for the overall match.
Bring as many magazines or speed loaders as possible. Light loads recommend; there is no power factor requirement; NO magnums or wildcats allowed.
The match fee is $15 per firearm and is open to non-members. The round count for the event is 150 but budget between 200 and 250 rounds per gun for the match depending on ability.
The match has five different classes to encourage maximum participation.
For match results please go to www.bcshooting.com
All ranges will be closed from Sunday, August 25 to Wednesday, September 4 and will reopen Thursday, September 5.
CTOMS™ GSW Treatment Course
June 30th, 2013
This course is opened to anyone.
This course teaches effective, pre-hospital gunshot wound treatment. It has been designed specifically for hunters and recreational shooters to better prepare for accidents in the field or on the range.
If you enjoy firearms for hunting or recreation and have never taken gun shot wound treatment training, you should take this course!
I already have a first aid kit, why should I take this course?
It is very important for you to not only have some basic medical supplies, but also to train with your equipment!
- Chris, CTOMS Instructor
I see it all the time, guys at the range who went out and bought some expensive quickclot gauze and other supplies, but have zero training to back it up.
First aid skills are not the type of thing you should "learn on the job". When seconds count, you need to know how to use the tools you have so that you can apply them quickly. The only way you can be confident in your skills is to train with your equipment.
- Chris, CTOMS Instructor
CTOMS was founded by guys with real world experience in the field. They know the importance of training over equipment, and if you have equipment, training for that equipment. In this course we won't just sit in the class room, you will be applying tourniquets and hemorrhage control bandages to your buddies!
Do I get a certificate or designation?
No. This course is not a replacement for regular St John's ambulance first aid. You will not receive a CPR designation and probably can't ask for a raise at work. This course is specifically focused on gun shot wound treatment and hemorrhage control which are not addressed in your basic first aid training. These two courses would supplement each other and not duplicate training. We still recommend you take the good old fashioned St John's ambulance basic first aid as good life skill training!
How do I sign up?
The official registration will be at our next Tacrifle match on May 26th. You will need to provide a $100 non-refundable deposit to secure your space when you register. CTOMS will be ordering a bunch of supplies for us, booking transportation and hotel rooms, so this has to be non-refundable.
If you are not coming to the TacRifle match, email us and we can arrange an alternative. Jon and Ben often attend other shooting events around the lower mainland.
Check the Calendar for all match Dates
For .22 semi automatic rifles.
This year in Action 22, we are leaning towards a more tactical style of shooting and are aiming for high round counts wherever possible, 40 - 60 rounds per stage, on paper and steel target stages. Bring extra magazines and eye and ear protection is always mandatory.
We follow IPSC safety rules and expect any shooter to be familiar with them.
Match set-up will be the morning of the match 0800, and we appreciate any help you can offer.
Safety briefing at 0930. First round downrange around 1000.
We shoot rain or shine, so dress appropriately.
Cost $20.00 for members and non-members. Non-members must display their PAL and valid government picture ID.
Note: RCMP recently reclasified the butler creek 10/22 magazines to be considered pistol magazines according to them. They are now prohibited unless pinned to 10 rounds.
We are always looking for suggestions on new and exciting stages. If we have sufficient participation, we will conduct a night shoot in the fall.
We hope to see you there.
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|TAC Rifle FAQ|
Q: What kind of rifle and sights do your recommend? I heard that a AR 15 is good for this type of shooting. Correct? Also I heard “red dot” sights are the best for this type of shooting: correct or is this a personal preference? Also what length of barrel would you recommend?
A: Iron sights are fine, but an EoTech is highly recommended. Some shooters like red dot scopes, I don’t personally recommend them as I believe they slow you down. The cheaper imitation holosights are fragile, are underpowered and tend to show poorly in bright light. You are better off with iron sights than these ‘knockoffs’. All of our shooting is under 100 yards and usually under 40 yards. AR15′s are frequently used here, and because of the short ranges, nearly any barrel length will work fine. I think 16″ barrels are quite popular, but barrel length will not be a big factor in match placement. Get some 10 round ‘pistol mags’ for the AR15.
Q: Do I need to take any required courses before shooting with you? I also shoot in IPSC and I needed to take a black badge course.
A: No course is necessary to start, but a Black Badge is not a bad idea given the safety training involved.
Q: What other gear would you recommend and where would I get this gear?
A: Some kind of rig to hold your mags is good. A simple belt with mag pouches is fine or you can buy a Tac Vest of some kind. I like having a dump pouch for convenience. Dave’s Surplus in New Westminster is one place that carries everything you will need (gear, optics, ammo) and are strong supporters of our events. I highly recommend them … One last bit of advice is not to wait until you have the ‘ideal’ equipment before shooting a TR match. Any semiauto will do, including SKS’s … In the case of the SKS, it is recommended that you practice reloading with stripper clips ahead of time unless its a D version. BDU pockets can hold mags, so a vest isn’t absolutely necessary, although your IPSC belt can be adapted easily enough for this sport. Lastly, don’t worry about not having expensive optics, iron sights work well enough, and although slightly slower work EVERY time.
Q: Are spectators allowed?
A: Yes, but spectators are charged a $5 insurance fee and must sign in. If you are considering dropping by ‘just to take a look’ you should bring a rifle and ammo just in case as most people decide its not all that intimidating and lots of fun and wind up shooting anyways.
Q: Do I need a PAL to compete?
A: You will need to show your PAL in order to sign in as a participant. We do not record the number but require showing the permit as a means of screening participants.
Q: Will there be an opportunity to ‘sight in’ my rifle at the match?
A: There will be no opportunity to sight in just before or during an event. Participants are advised to sight in their rifles ahead of time.
Q: This sounds like a great event. I’d like to volunteer to help out in some way so it can keep running. Is there any need for volunteers?
A: Yes. We set up the match the Saturday afternoon just before the day of the event, and we sometimes test out stages at that time. You might want to assist with that, helpers are always welcome. During the event itself there are targets to be taped and clean up at the end of the match.
Q: What is Action22? I see it posted on the Events Schedule.A: Action22 is much the same as Tactical Rifle, just shot with semiauto .22 rimfire rifles. The bulk of the targets are steel, allowing for easy setup and shooting rimfire ammo means more shooting at a lower price. The ability to use 25 or 30 round magazines is a big plus too! The best rifles for this event include the Ruger 10/22 or the Remington 597.
Q: What are the entry fees for a Tactical Rifle match?
A: The current entry fee is $20 per participant.
|TAC Rifle Rules|
Basic Rules For a Safe & Fun Match
Check the Calendar For TMSA IPSC Match Dates
IPSC is a fast, challenging action shooting sport that incorporates the principles of accuracy, speed and power to create unique scenarios and challenges.
IPSC is administered at TMSA by Coast Mountain Practical Shooters (CMPS). TMSA holds both club level matches and sanctioned IPSC Qualifiers and the range may be closed at these times to accommodate the diversity of challenges that are presented to competitors. Please check the club calendar to confirm match dates.
Shooters interested in IPSC can attend one of our club matches where all of our match staff will usually be able to answer any questions you have. We can also put you in touch with one of several different IPSC Safety Course (Black Badge) Instructors. Contact us at (778) 987-8672
More information about IPSC can be found at the IPSCBC Homepage .
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP INFO
- Memberships are always valid until December 31st of the current year.
Your PAL# and expiry date must be included on the membership/renewal form
If a family member add-on does not have a PAL, you may put their birth-date in the PAL expiry field (in accordance with the regulations that govern our membership record keeping entitled "Shooting Clubs and Shooting Ranges Regulations SOR-98/212" Section 14.1.a.iii)
NEW MEMBER INFORMATION
HOW MEMBERSHIPS ARE PROCESSED
- Only the online application will be accepted no paper or photo copies.
- Payment may be made on line by emt, or mailed in cheque, once payment has been cleared your membership will be processed
- The application form is processed by a TMSA board member or staff
- You will then receive an email confirmation that your membership application has been processed. When your membership card is ready, it will be available at the range for pickup
If you have not been a member for 2 years, you will be requested to send us a picture to complete your card
The life membership section on the membership form only applies to existing life members. We are not offering life memberships at this time.
TMSA has the following membership rates:
- General Membership: $225
- Senior Membership (65 +): $125 (first time applications must include a photocopy of proof of age)
- Family Membership: +$40 per additional family member living in the same household (spouse and children under 19)
Membership Add-Ons (per person)
- CMPS Affiliation (must have Black Badge): + $40
- TMAR Affiliation (must have CASE card): + $40
TMSA currently has a dedicated shotgun area with 2 clay throwers. At this time, no shotgun events are scheduled, but are looking for a dedicated individual who would be willing to take charge and organize them.
Check the calendar for Match Dates
For more information on TMAR Qualifier procedures, go to our Forms and Documents section and download the TMAR Pad Qualifier Course PDF file.
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