News & Updates

Firearms Safety Course – CFSC/CRFSC – March 14 and 15

March 14, 2020 Canadian Firearms Safety Course The course will be 8 hours in length excl. 30 minute lunch break and testing. The course will start promptly at 8:30 am. Please bring a lunch, drinks and snacks.  Participants under the age of 18 will require parental...

Gate Code Change

The gate code to gain access to the range has been updated for the 2020 membership year.  This is done on a regular basis to ensure only those members who have renewed have access to the facilities.  The gate code gets you into the front gate, and is also the...

Membership renewals are now due for 2020

A note from Paul that the 2020 renewals are now due.  The fees are $130 for Single and $160 for Family.  Be sure to renew before the AGM if you plan on attending and voting!  Also without renewing you have no insurance coverage through the OFAH.

Women’s range day – reserve your spot!

Women of the Outdoors - RANGE DAY is a program that was designed by Amanda Lynn in 2011 after noticing the changes in an increase of women wanting to get out and get started and not having a mentor or place to be able to try firearms. This event has a limit of girls...

Range three work – Update October 3, 2019

Very shortly range three will be closed for a few days during the week to carry out some changes to improve range drainage around the 25 yd berm.  Notice of any closures will be posted on the website.  We hope these changes will be quick, and will help with the spring...

Patterning shotguns

A while ago a concern was brought up at a monthly membership  meeting that some members did not feel comfortable going behind the 50 yd berm to pattern shotguns, placing them out of sight from the fixed firing line.  To alleviate this concern the club has come up two...

New Patterning board

As discussed in recent meetings, we will be moving the patterning board from behind the 50 yard berm, to in front of Trap House 3.  The new board and frame has been delivered, but we need to do some further setup.  Please refrain from using this board until proper...

Do NOT use clays as targets on range three

Please note that clay targets are only permitted in Range 1 trap fields and Range 3 sporting clay stations. They are not permitted in Range 3, the rifle pistol range. On Sunday July 28th, broken clay targets were found on the floor in front of the 25 yard target...

CFO Range Inspection Report

On Tuesday June 24th, the Chief Firearms Office conducted the biennial inspection of the  Blue Ridge Sportsmen's Club. The last inspection was July 2017.   Thank you to action shooting co-chair and current President Bill Den Boer, sporting clay chair Brian Robinson...

Black Badge course at East Grey – Aug 23 – 25.

Anyone interested in getting their Black Badge? East Grey is holding a BB course Aug 23-25. Course fee is $178 if an EGHAA member. If not guest fee of $30 will be charged.  Kent Hill will be the instructor and it goes rain or shine If interested let me know and I can...

Larry Miller on the National – 5/6/19 at 10pm

It is now airing tonight at 10pm on the National. It’s about the urban/rural divide and firearms. It was taped all day at my place, Keady Livestock, Sydenham Sportsmen clubhouse & Bruce Peninsula Sportsmen clubhouse. Please spread the word to whoever you think might...

Partners in Conservation

On Wednesday January 16th, Blue Ridge Sportsmens’ Club members Jack Durant and Tom (Howdy) Laird presented a cheque for $1,000 to Rick Baldry, President of the Georgian Triangle Anglers’ Association. This cheque is presented annually. The two clubs entered into the...