GENERAL MEETING SLATED FOR JANUARY 14, 2020 HAS BEEN CANCELLED.  WE WILL PUBLISH A NEW DATE AS SOON AS WE KNOW IT.


AGM will be held on March 3, 2010 at the Royal Canadian Legion (downstairs) at 7:00 pm.

All members are asked to wear their 2020 ID tag. 

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IMPORTANT CHANGES FOR 2017


1. MEMBERSHIPS WILL BE SELLING AT TACKLE AND TRAILS IN ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE


2. Electronic gate system to access range property, no key required. All members/visitors are still required to sign in on the range use log book located in the clubhouse.


3. The primary members will be issued an RFID card, with your name and membership # on it, which will acess the gate.  Their will no longer be Photo's on the ID cards but ALL MEMBERS MUST bring photo ID with you when using the range and present it when asked to do so.

Lost access cards will be subject to a $30 fee for replacement/processing.


Primary MEMBERS ARE PERMITTED TO TAKE A MAXIMUM OF TWO GUESTS ALONG.A GUEST PASS MUST BE PURCHASED EACH TIME (Again, an insurance fee is paid by the club for guests). Members who are discovered to be loaning out access card or not properly documenting and paying guest pass fees will LOSE ALL MEMBERSHIP PRIVLEDGES WITHOUT NOTICE OR REFUND. It is the responsibility of the Primary member to ensure that guests abide by all club rules/pay the proper fee ($20.00) and behave themselves while on range property. If your guest is found to be acting in an unsafe manner, causing a disturbance to other club members or not abiding by club policies you will lose your membership!

RANGE ORIENTATION UPDATED AUGUST 29/2018 

ALL MEMBERS PLEASE REVIEW

Thank you to Brad Illingworth of B-worthy welding - see full accreditation under sponsors page.

RANGE K (SHOTGUN) 5-STAND

The 5-stand is in full operation.

Target cards may be purchased at Tackle and Trails

No orientation required to use the 5-stand but keep an eye on the calendar for shoots and introductions on using the equipment if you are not familiar with it.

​​​SHOTGUNS are to be used ONLY on certified ranges - Read your rules on each range

RANGE K TRAP MACHINE SAFETY ORIENTATION

Members will now be able to take a safety orientation for use of the electric trap machine.
Members who complete the orientation will be issued a key and an orientation card.
Keep these with your ID badge holder.
Only members who have completed the orientation will be permitted to start-up and load the machine.

CHECK THE CALENDAR FOR ORIENTATION DATES AND TIMES

RRGC NEWS

LONG RANGE UPDATE APRIL 4/2016


The long range committee and one board member met with the Alberta CFO at the range April 4. Two separate long range (1200m+) proposals were reviewed on-site. Extensive dirt-work/construction would drive the initial development cost to $1000,000.00 +. Requirements for construction of berms and ground baffles are required. Due to the challenging terrain (muskeg and lack of suitable fill material) as well as the high power range template falling across David Thompson highway the proposal has been permanently scrapped.