Masks are mandatory .We are requiring Face Masks anywhere on the range. Only while engaging targets can they be removed. We are monitoring this, but first priority is to stay open as other hobbies and sports get shut down.
Winter hours are now in effect: 9-4 daily, closed Wednesdays. We will extend the hours out again as we get more sunlight later in the day.
Current members should be getting an emailed invoice for 2021 membership on Dec 1. On Dec 1, we begin accepting new members for 2021 and they are effective immediately upon payment; so you could get 13 months in your first year. New memberships submitted before Dec 1 will be invoiced for 2020.
Please update your profile before renew. If you require a major change to your membership (add or remove a family member) please email sooner than later – it’s a quick fix before the invoice is created. Cutoff for minors is 18 or younger on Jan 1. At 19, they require an adult membership.
Ladner Road reopened yesterday; so no more detour through the berry fields.
New hours of operation coming into effect on Oct 1st. We will be going to winter hours and closed on Wednesday’s effective Oct 7.
After Hours Access has been upgraded at the gate (new hardware), some of the cards will be affected.
We are open for Members and Day Cards. Check hours of operation for open days and hours.
- We are requiring Face Masks anywhere on the range. only while engaging targets can they be removed.
- Only one person allow in Range Office for signing in at a time, The range officer will sign you into the Day Book after you produce your Membership card to them
- Every range will have a safe marked area for shooting.
- Some ranges will not be available.
- All other ranges will have at most 4 people .
- After Hours Members will also have set of guidelines that we will be emailing out before June 1st.
All must adhere to the safe distant rule of 2 meters apart. The range warden can advise of any other rules we might have missed.
Because if there is a need for more shooting spaces then ranges will be limited to a 2 hr visit .
Expect delays as we welcome back our club members and try to work on a smooth reopening.
All brass must now be picked up after shooting.
- Watch for other cars and give way for vehicles traveling up the mountain. Also look out for road debris and pot holes.
Please note changes to monthly board meetings effective June 1st 2020.
Board Meetings are now held online via Zoom meetings (video) on the 2nd wed of every month.
Active members are welcome to join and be added but you must contact Barrett at email@example.com at least a week prior to the meeting.
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 garbage dumpster, All cardboard must be placed in container by range office for recycling . 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, 24 hrs 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.