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Range 11 open again

Range 11 is open for members again.

Lots of work done on that range, most of it you won’t really see, but it’s now reopen for members.

50 and 100 yard distances are available on 11 for rifles only.

Interested in Volunteering?

The club only runs because members put in their time to make it better; the Board, the match directors, heavy equipment operators, the guys who hike up the hill when there’s a foot of snow and then plough out the roads, nothing big happens at the club without volunteer effort.

If there’s something that you’d like to see done, and you’re interested in helping to make it happen; contact Barrett – come to a meeting (2nd Wednesday of the month, via Zoom) and let us know what you’d like to do; and we’ll do our best to make things happen, and hook you up with other like-minded members to make things happen.

A few things on the radar right now that we want to get moving:

  1. Youth shooting programs
  2. More shotgun events
  3. IPSC match directors
  4. National Range Day event planning for 2023
  5. and so on. We also have some substantial range improvements on the radar, so the more people involved, the faster things moved.

All volunteer time is considered by the board when evaluating Charter membership applications as well as After-Hours privileges.

Looking for IPSC Assistant Match Directors

Anyone interested in becoming a Match Director?

We are looking for an Assistant Match Director for the 2022 IPSC season to work with Brent Burtenshaw and learn the ins and outs of putting together a match.

The Assistant MD works closely with the MD on all aspects of the match, right through until the scores are posted and the match is cleaned up. This is a position where you will learn the expectations of the club and of IPSC BC, the goal is to get you enough experience where you MD your own matches in the future.

If you’re interested, please contact Brent directly

NOTE: Smoking/Vaping will be only allowed at the smoking area beside the Range office, smoking is not allowed anywhere on the range except in this area.

Bears, Garbage and Recycling

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.

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