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 Hello Folks.

         We are shooting on Tuesday evenings 7-8ish @ steel targets.    You can shoot 22 9mm 45's and 22 rifle.  come on out and have some fun.   

    You can send dues in via e-transfer to gunclub1291@gmail.com.  Memebership dues are $80.00 per year.  This email is also where you send in your application.    If you send in via e-transfer please leave a comment ie:  your name, a phone number,  and if you have an r-pal.   If you want to pay in person you can contact Yvonne @ 466-2068.  

THE APPLICATION FORM FOR MEMBERSHIPS IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.  New members are sent in to DPS once a month and orientations are done the first Saturday of the month.  All new members must have an orientation on the range before they are officially members.  Please contact Tony Phillips to schedule an orientation 1-506-466-2068. 

If you have any questions please call Yvonne @ 466-2068.  




  

Firearms Safety Courses

 In Canada, in order to possess or acquire a firearm, you must be the holder of a valid Possession and Acquisition License (PAL) for non-restricted firearms such as most shotguns and rifles, or a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL) for most handguns. These licenses are obtained by taking the appropriate course for the firearm class, or challenging the course exam without attending the course. More information can be found at the RCMP Canadian Firearms Program website.

The Canadian Firearms Safety Course, which deals with non-restricted firearms, is overseen by the New Brunswick Department Of Natural Resources. Information regarding this course, course challenges and the Hunter Safety Education Course can be obtained by calling your local DNR office or visiting the GNB website.

The Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course, which deals with restricted firearms, is overseen by the Community College Of New Brunswick. Information regarding this course and course challenges can be obtained by calling the CCNB at 1-855-856-2163.

Both these courses fill up fast due to the high interest and limited number of seats, so register as soon as possible.

CRFSC 2013-2014 Schedule

Upcoming Events

Saturday, Apr 3 at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Wednesday, Apr 7 at 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Saturday, May 1 at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Wednesday, May 5 at 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM