Buffalo Target Shooters Association

       Calgary, AB

Buffalo Target Shooters Association
PO Box 394
300, 8120 Beddington Blvd NW
Calgary Alberta T3K 2A8

Upcoming events

    • August 11, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E, 50W

    Action Shooting League is to get out and work on your action shooting skills, be it IPSC to 3 Gun our stages will be set up to be compatible to all! We will have at least one stage which we might run multiple times and some skills and drills to go with it. All in all it’s a great day for new and experienced shooters to get out and polish up there action shooting skills!

    • August 13, 2022
    • 8:00 AM
    • August 14, 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 270

    The Black Badge is a two day in-depth training course in the safe competitive shooting techniques required not only to compete at IPSC events but to deliver the confidence and expertise to use handguns in the safest possible manner.

    It is a mandatory course required to shoot IPSC matches in Canada. IPSC is a dynamic shooting sport where the principles of Accuracy, Speed, and Power are balanced in a unique scoring system. It requires competitors to shoot fast and accurately, often shooting on the move and developing techniques and styles to shave off fractions of a second between shots, during reloads and drawing from the holster.

    Duration (must attend both days):
         Saturday: BTSA Range, 8:00am - 5:00pm. Open book exam. Meet at the Club House for an "in-class" session.
         Sunday: BTSA Range, 8:00am  - 5:00pm. Meet at Club House

    What to bring:
         Lunch, Snacks and Water on Saturday and Sunday.
         Equipment:
            - 9mm or larger caliber handgun (usually 9mm Para, .357 Sig, 38 Super, .40 S&W, 45 ACP, etcetera)
            - 4 to 6 magazines to fit the caliber and model of handgun
            - Belt to accommodate the holster and spare magazine pouches
            - Holster that is worn on the belt, no drop leg holsters allowed (Serpa style holsters are prohibited)
            - Spare magazine pouches, preferably open topped (no snaps) to carry the spare magazines
            - 600 rounds ammunition (minimum) to get through both days of shooting
            - Eye and ear protection
            - Good boots or track shoes for uneven terrain and/or wet conditions
            - Hat to keep off sun and block spent brass from hitting you in the eye
            - Water or other non-alcoholic beverages to last the day
            - Lunch as we take lunch at the range so we can continue with the course
            - Sun screen
            - Bug repellent
            - Chair (to sit down between exercises, optional)
            - Brass bag to pick up brass (optional, but picking brass is mandatory per range rules)

    Need at least 8 students to run the course.

    Fees for this course are collected by the instructor. Cost of the course is $300. Deposit of $100 is required to hold the spot. IPSC AB Membership to be handled by the student.

     For further details and information, please contact Konstantin at ipscab765@gmail.com .  

    • August 13, 2022
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • BTSA 50E/50W, 100/200M, Clubhouse
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    BTSA is holding an Women’s Only Introduction to Shooting on August 13, 2022 starting at 09:30.

    Annie Oakley Day is open to women 15 years and older who have no (or very little) prior shooting experience.

    If you have wondered what the draw to shooting is, and wondered what happens when people go to the firing range - well, this is the clinic for you! We have planned an exciting day of introduction to shooting from “how do I get a firearm” - to the safety aspects of shooting - to getting out to the firing line to shoot firearms spanning in caliber from .22’s, 9mm to .223 and up. 

    There will be volunteers who are experienced shooters to help guide you through the day.  Be assured that your safety and comfort is our utmost priority, as well as having fun and the enjoyment of learning what shooting has to offer. 

    At the end of the day, you will be going home with a certificate of achievement to let everyone know what you have accomplished!

    If you have experience with shooting – maybe you don’t have your PAL/RPAL, or your own firearm, but you have someone in your life that takes you shooting, already, this is not for you.  However, if that someone in your life hasn’t succeeded in getting you out to the range, then it is.  This event is for women who have a curiosity about shooting and firearms, but nowhere to explore or learn in a women’s-only environment. 


    • August 14, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges - 50E, 50N, and 50W,

    USPSA and IPSC events are action shooting competitions where participants unite three principles of precision, power and speed, by using firearms (pistols) that have a certain minimum power factor to score as many points as possible during the shortest possible time. 


    Matches are held Saturday and/or Sunday, with six or more stages.   Set up/first shots/competition depends on the time of year and will be communicated in the match sign-up form. Prerequisites include the completion of a Black Badge course. 


    Registration must be completed online at PractiScore.com by the Thursday prior to the event.  The registration link is found on the BTSA website calendar.


    Request for information should be directed to:  Ternerfrank@gmail.com

    • Due to COVID 19 requirements, the APRA and BTSA Gates will be manned and open for competitors from 7:45 to 8:15 AM on Saturday and Sunday mornings for competitor arrival.  Both the APRA and BTSA gates will be locked at 8:15 and remain secured for the day.  
    • If the gate is locked upon your arrival, and you have the combination for each gate, please proceed to the 50E/50W area to checkin, HOWEVER, PLEASE ENSURE THAT BOTH THE APRA AND BTSA GATES ARE LOCKED BEHIND YOU!
    • Please note the APRA and BTSA Policy and Rules With Respect To The Covid-19 Response
    • REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT (MATCH FEE $20) WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH PRACTISCORE
    • Upon completion of Saturdays match, the stages will be reset for the Sunday match.
    • Schedule: 
      • Saturday: Checkin 8:15 - 8:30 AM @ 50E/50W ranges; Setup 8:30 to 9:45 AM; first shots to follow upon completion of setup, safety briefing and walk-through. Stages to be reset upon completion of the days event.
      • Sunday: Checkin 8:15 - 8:30 AM @ 50E/50W ranges; Setup 8:30 to 9:00 AM; first shots to follow upon completion of setup, safety briefing and walk-through. All competitors must remain for teardown and cleanup.
    • August 16, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 100/200m Range


    BTSA Rimfire Rifle League is a weekend and Tuesday night .22LR shooting league that is open and free to BTSA members 12 and older. 

    From September to June, the league will run a monthly full-day (either Saturday or Sunday) workshop/drills/mini-match event, geared towards the young students and new shooters, or for those requiring refreshers.  During the summer months, we will hold Tuesday night challenges and mini-matches for everyone. Come out and learn something, hone your marksmanship skills, and prove to everyone you really can hit that fly at 100 yds with your .22LR rifle.

    Any .22LR rifle will do.  Optics or iron-sighted.

    For more information, join our Facebook group (BTSA Rimfire Rifle League) or email Dale at rimfirerifle@btsa.ca
    • August 17, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E/W/N 270

    Use discount code "steelchallenge" for 5% off at Canada First Ammo and free delivery to the match, just mention the match date at in the comments.

    Wednesday night steel


    2.1 What ?

    The Wednesday night steel program is an opportunity for BTSA club members and shooters from the broader community to experience the speed shooting sport of steel challenge. Steel challenge involves shooting 5 steel targets in 8 configurations several times each with the shooter’s cumulative time being their score. Time is added for misses and certain procedural infractions.

    Steel challenge may be shot with either centre fire handguns, .22 rimfire handguns, .22 rimfire rifles, or pistol caliber carbines. No magnum calibres, steel core/steel jacketed ammo, or hyper velocity .22 (stingers, velocitors, etc.) are permitted.

    Wednesday night steel is run as a 4-stage match. Shooters with current USPSA membership will be able to receive a classification, provided they complete all 4 stages, when the classification system updates the following Wednesday.

     

    2.2 Where ?

    BTSA Ranges: 50E/W/N 270 bays. Shooters may drop their gear at the top but please park down the road or in the lot as parking at the top is needed for match staff. The main road gate and BTSA gates will be opened at about 4:30 each evening


    2.3 When ?

    Every Wednesday from April 7th - September 22nd

    Setup time: Late season 5:00pm

    Safety Briefing, start to follow: Late Season season 5:30 pm

    ***Please verify start times on Practiscore and the BTSA website each week!***

    We are typically done in about 2.5 hours a few competitors sometimes remain and practice afterwards. All competitors are expected to be present for setup and to remain for tear down. Requests for exceptions show be directed to steel@btsa.ca. You must be present for the beginning of the safety briefing. If you miss the safety briefing, you cannot shoot with us that evening.

     

     

    2.4 Cost ?

    BTSA members- $5. per gun. Max 2 guns

    Non-members- $10. per gun. Max 2 guns

    Juniors (under 18, member and non-member)- First gun free

     

    2.5 How to register?

    Registration is through Practiscore. Please search BTSA Wednesday night steel and look for the correct date. Shooters need to be registered by midnight on the Tuesday before the match so that we can confirm squadding and load the scoring tablets. Please ensure to place yourself in a squad before this time if you have a preference, otherwise you will be assigned to a squad. We may need to move squadding around if there are to many shooters, or too many new shooters on a squad, to ensure the proper flow of the evening.

     

    2.6 Who to contact with questions ?

    Please email Dan B. at steel@btsa.ca

     

    2.7 What to bring to a match?

    • Water
    • Food
    • Sunscreen
    • Hat
    • Eye/ear protection (required to participate)
    • Timer if you have one
    • Gun
    • 5+ mags. Please pre-load your magazines at home when possible.
    • Ammo: 100 rounds minimum for 4 stages. Experienced shooters should bring 150-200. Novice shooters should bring 250.
    • Holster: belt holster for any Center fire handguns that fully covers the trigger. No thigh rigs are permitted. New shooters will start from low ready if they are not experienced in holster use. We can coach you in holster use once you have demonstrated basic gun handling competence. Rimfire guns are not drawn from the holster during a run but may be transported in one. A case is generally preferred for transporting rimfire pistols due to chamber flag requirements
    • Gun belt if drawing from a holster
    • Cash for match fee. Exact change only please.

     

    2.8 Match results ?

    Match results will be posted to PractiScore, usually the same night. If you need your results anonymized, please contact the match director well before the match.

    First time competitors/new to steel challenge:

    Please contact Dan B if you will be coming out for your first steel challenge. When you arrive, please leave all your gear in your vehicle and identify yourself to a match official/person in charge. We will place you on a squad with some experienced shooters to help get you started. We will likely need to split up groups of inexperienced shooters for both safety and efficiency but will try to keep families together where possible. Please note, when a family member is on the line, they are under the care of the range officer. Please do not distract them from following the RO’s instructions. If the RO is unfamiliar with your particular firearm, they will as for assistance as needed. If you would like coaching or advice while you are shooting, please let the RO know and they should be happy to oblige.

     

    2.9 A note regarding classifications

    Classifications are used to help competitors measure their success against shooter shooting with a similar ability and skill set. A D class production shooter and a Grand Master rimfire rifle open shooter can’t be equally compared. In order to earn a classification, you must be a current USPSA member and complete any 4 stages using one of the recognized equipment divisions. Most equipment will work with the exception of Center fire handguns from low ready.

     

    2.10 Rule book

    The official steel challenge rule book governs our Wednesday night matches please make sure to give it a read through so that you are familiar with the rules, commands, and equipment divisions.

    https://uspsa.org/viewer/2020-SCSA-Rulebook.pdf

     

    2.11 Safety

    While no one wants to disqualify (DQ) a shooter, safety is our top priority. If you commit a serious safety infraction, as noted in the rules, you will be done shooting for the day. Any scores completed to that point will stand but you will not be able to continue shooting the match. It will be up to the match director and range master’s discretion as to whether you may remain on the range. If you are permitted to remain to watch friends/family shoot, you may not handle any uncased firearms for the remainder of the day. Example of serious, DQ-able, violation include, but are not limited to, Ammo on the safe table, loaded firearms off the firing line, negligent discharge of a firearm, muzzle sweeping yourself or others, picking up a dropped gun, and dropping a loaded gun during a course of fire.






    • August 18, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E, 50W

    Action Shooting League is to get out and work on your action shooting skills, be it IPSC to 3 Gun our stages will be set up to be compatible to all! We will have at least one stage which we might run multiple times and some skills and drills to go with it. All in all it’s a great day for new and experienced shooters to get out and polish up there action shooting skills!

    • August 20, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges - 50E, 50W, 50N, 270

    Use discount code "steelchallenge" for 5% off at Canada First Ammo and free delivery to the match, just mention the match date at in the comments.

    Weekend match description

    3.1 What ?

    Our weekend 8-stage Steel challenge matches are an opportunity for BTSA club members and shooters from the broader community to compete use all 8 of the official stages. Novice and experience shooters are welcome provided you can safely handle your firearm. Brand new shooters may want to check out a Wednesday night steel event for a more relaxed introduction to the sport

    We shoot all of the standard divisions. All scores will be submitted to USPSA. Shooters with current USPSA membership will have all 8 stages count towards their classification.

     

    3.2 Where ?

    BTSA range. 50-meter East/west, 25 meter, and 270 bays. Shooters may drop their gear at the top but please park down the road or in the lot as parking at the top is needed for match staff. The main road gate and BTSA gates will be opened at about 8:00 am

     

    3.3 When ?

    Gates open 8am, setup 8:30, mandatory safety briefing 9, lunch break after 4 stages (~noon), change over 2 stages on 50 W, shooting resumes, tear down ~3:30pm  

    All shooters must be present for their sessions safety briefing or they will not be allowed to shoot.

     

    3.4 Cost ?

    BTSA members- $10 per gun. Max 2 guns per session

    Non-members- $15 per gun. Max 2 guns per session

    Juniors (under 18, member and non-member)- 1 gun free per match

     

    3.5 How to register ?

    Registration is through Practiscore. Please search BTSA 8 stage steel and look for the correct date. Shooters need to be registered by midnight on the Friday before the match so that we can confirm squadding and load the scoring tablets. Please ensure to place yourself in a squad before this time if you have a preference, otherwise you will be assigned to a squad. We may need to move squadding around if there are too many shooters, or too many new shooters on a squad, to ensure the proper flow of the evening. All participants will need to help score/paint/time.

     

    3.6 Who to contact with questions?

    Please email Dan B. at steel@btsa.ca

     

    3.7 Items to bring to the match

    • Water
    • Food
    • Sunscreen
    • Hat
    • Eye/ear protection (required to participate)
    • Lunch
    • Timer if you have one
    • Gun
    • 5+ mags: Please pre-load your magazines at home when possible so that we can begin on time.
    • Ammo: 195 rounds minimum for 8 stages for each gun. Experienced shooters should bring ~300. Novice shooters should bring 500.
    • Holster: belt holster for any Center fire handguns that fully covers the trigger. No thigh rigs are permitted. New shooters will start from low ready if they are not experienced in holster use.
    • Gun belt if drawing from a holster
    • Cash for match fees. Exact change only please.

     

    3.8 Match results ?

    Match results will be posted to PractiScore, usually the same night. If you need your results anonymized, please contact the match director well in advance of the match.

     

    3.9 First time competitors/new to steel challenge ?

    Please contact Dan B if you will be coming out for your first steel challenge. When you arrive, please leave all your gear in your vehicle and identify yourself to a match official/person in charge. We will place you on a squad with some experienced competitors to help get you started. We will likely need to split up groups of inexperienced shooters/competitors for both safety and efficiency but will try to keep families together where possible. Please note, when a family member is on the line, they are under the care of the range officer. Please do not distract them from following the RO’s instructions. If the RO is unfamiliar with the operation of your particular firearm, they will ask for assistance as needed. If a shooter would like coaching or advice while you are shooting, please let the RO know and they should be happy to oblige.

     

     

    3.10 A note regarding classifications

    Classifications are used to help competitors measure their success against shooter shooting with a similar ability and skill set. A D class production shooter and a Grand Master rimfire rifle open shooter can’t be equally compared. In order to earn a classification, you must be a current USPSA member and complete any 4 stages using one of the recognized equipment divisions. Most equipment will work with the exception of Center fire handguns from low ready.

     

    3.11 Rule book

    The official steel challenge rule book governs all of our matches please make sure to give it a read through so that you are familiar with the rules, commands, and equipment divisions.

    https://uspsa.org/viewer/2020-SCSA-Rulebook.pdf

     

    3.12 Safety

    While no one wants to disqualify (DQ) a shooter, safety is our top priority. If you commit a serious safety infraction, as noted in the rules, you will be done shooting for the day. Any scores completed to that point will stand but you will not be able to continue shooting the match. It will be up to the match director’s discretion as to whether you may remain on the range. If you are permitted to remain to watch friends/family shoot, you may not handle any uncased firearms for the remainder of the day. Example of serious, DQ-able, violation include, but are not limited to, Ammo on the safe table, loaded firearms off the firing line, negligent discharge of a firearm, muzzle sweeping yourself or others, picking up a dropped gun, and dropping a loaded gun during a course of fire.

     


    • August 21, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E, 50W

    Description

    IDPA is the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated real world self-defense scenarios using practical handguns and holsters that are suitable for self-defense use. The main goal is to test the skill and ability of an individual.

    Our matches are typically Saturday morning, 8 stages, setup/first shots/completion depends on time of year but will be communicated in the match sign-up form. There is no sport specific training/certification required, we require that new shooters identify themselves, and we set them up with a “buddy” for the first few matches.

    Registration must be completed online at Practiscore.com under (Alberta Tactical Handgun League) by the Thursday preceding the match date.

    Requests for information should be directed to info@myathl.com

    Registration: https://practiscore.com/athl-136-august-heat-match/register


    • August 23, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 100/200m Range


    BTSA Rimfire Rifle League is a weekend and Tuesday night .22LR shooting league that is open and free to BTSA members 12 and older. 

    From September to June, the league will run a monthly full-day (either Saturday or Sunday) workshop/drills/mini-match event, geared towards the young students and new shooters, or for those requiring refreshers.  During the summer months, we will hold Tuesday night challenges and mini-matches for everyone. Come out and learn something, hone your marksmanship skills, and prove to everyone you really can hit that fly at 100 yds with your .22LR rifle.

    Any .22LR rifle will do.  Optics or iron-sighted.

    For more information, join our Facebook group (BTSA Rimfire Rifle League) or email Dale at rimfirerifle@btsa.ca
    • August 24, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E/W/N 270

    Use discount code "steelchallenge" for 5% off at Canada First Ammo and free delivery to the match, just mention the match date at in the comments.

    Wednesday night steel


    2.1 What ?

    The Wednesday night steel program is an opportunity for BTSA club members and shooters from the broader community to experience the speed shooting sport of steel challenge. Steel challenge involves shooting 5 steel targets in 8 configurations several times each with the shooter’s cumulative time being their score. Time is added for misses and certain procedural infractions.

    Steel challenge may be shot with either centre fire handguns, .22 rimfire handguns, .22 rimfire rifles, or pistol caliber carbines. No magnum calibres, steel core/steel jacketed ammo, or hyper velocity .22 (stingers, velocitors, etc.) are permitted.

    Wednesday night steel is run as a 4-stage match. Shooters with current USPSA membership will be able to receive a classification, provided they complete all 4 stages, when the classification system updates the following Wednesday.

     

    2.2 Where ?

    BTSA Ranges: 50E/W/N 270 bays. Shooters may drop their gear at the top but please park down the road or in the lot as parking at the top is needed for match staff. The main road gate and BTSA gates will be opened at about 4:30 each evening


    2.3 When ?

    Every Wednesday from April 7th - September 22nd

    Setup time: Late season 5:00pm

    Safety Briefing, start to follow: Late Season season 5:30 pm

    ***Please verify start times on Practiscore and the BTSA website each week!***

    We are typically done in about 2.5 hours a few competitors sometimes remain and practice afterwards. All competitors are expected to be present for setup and to remain for tear down. Requests for exceptions show be directed to steel@btsa.ca. You must be present for the beginning of the safety briefing. If you miss the safety briefing, you cannot shoot with us that evening.

     

     

    2.4 Cost ?

    BTSA members- $5. per gun. Max 2 guns

    Non-members- $10. per gun. Max 2 guns

    Juniors (under 18, member and non-member)- First gun free

     

    2.5 How to register?

    Registration is through Practiscore. Please search BTSA Wednesday night steel and look for the correct date. Shooters need to be registered by midnight on the Tuesday before the match so that we can confirm squadding and load the scoring tablets. Please ensure to place yourself in a squad before this time if you have a preference, otherwise you will be assigned to a squad. We may need to move squadding around if there are to many shooters, or too many new shooters on a squad, to ensure the proper flow of the evening.

     

    2.6 Who to contact with questions ?

    Please email Dan B. at steel@btsa.ca

     

    2.7 What to bring to a match?

    • Water
    • Food
    • Sunscreen
    • Hat
    • Eye/ear protection (required to participate)
    • Timer if you have one
    • Gun
    • 5+ mags. Please pre-load your magazines at home when possible.
    • Ammo: 100 rounds minimum for 4 stages. Experienced shooters should bring 150-200. Novice shooters should bring 250.
    • Holster: belt holster for any Center fire handguns that fully covers the trigger. No thigh rigs are permitted. New shooters will start from low ready if they are not experienced in holster use. We can coach you in holster use once you have demonstrated basic gun handling competence. Rimfire guns are not drawn from the holster during a run but may be transported in one. A case is generally preferred for transporting rimfire pistols due to chamber flag requirements
    • Gun belt if drawing from a holster
    • Cash for match fee. Exact change only please.

     

    2.8 Match results ?

    Match results will be posted to PractiScore, usually the same night. If you need your results anonymized, please contact the match director well before the match.

    First time competitors/new to steel challenge:

    Please contact Dan B if you will be coming out for your first steel challenge. When you arrive, please leave all your gear in your vehicle and identify yourself to a match official/person in charge. We will place you on a squad with some experienced shooters to help get you started. We will likely need to split up groups of inexperienced shooters for both safety and efficiency but will try to keep families together where possible. Please note, when a family member is on the line, they are under the care of the range officer. Please do not distract them from following the RO’s instructions. If the RO is unfamiliar with your particular firearm, they will as for assistance as needed. If you would like coaching or advice while you are shooting, please let the RO know and they should be happy to oblige.

     

    2.9 A note regarding classifications

    Classifications are used to help competitors measure their success against shooter shooting with a similar ability and skill set. A D class production shooter and a Grand Master rimfire rifle open shooter can’t be equally compared. In order to earn a classification, you must be a current USPSA member and complete any 4 stages using one of the recognized equipment divisions. Most equipment will work with the exception of Center fire handguns from low ready.

     

    2.10 Rule book

    The official steel challenge rule book governs our Wednesday night matches please make sure to give it a read through so that you are familiar with the rules, commands, and equipment divisions.

    https://uspsa.org/viewer/2020-SCSA-Rulebook.pdf

     

    2.11 Safety

    While no one wants to disqualify (DQ) a shooter, safety is our top priority. If you commit a serious safety infraction, as noted in the rules, you will be done shooting for the day. Any scores completed to that point will stand but you will not be able to continue shooting the match. It will be up to the match director and range master’s discretion as to whether you may remain on the range. If you are permitted to remain to watch friends/family shoot, you may not handle any uncased firearms for the remainder of the day. Example of serious, DQ-able, violation include, but are not limited to, Ammo on the safe table, loaded firearms off the firing line, negligent discharge of a firearm, muzzle sweeping yourself or others, picking up a dropped gun, and dropping a loaded gun during a course of fire.






    • August 25, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E, 50W

    Action Shooting League is to get out and work on your action shooting skills, be it IPSC to 3 Gun our stages will be set up to be compatible to all! We will have at least one stage which we might run multiple times and some skills and drills to go with it. All in all it’s a great day for new and experienced shooters to get out and polish up there action shooting skills!

    • August 27, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 100/200 Range


    BTSA Outlaw Rimfire Precision Series (ORPS) is a monthly .22LR rifle match that pits the shooter's marksmanship against steel targets ranging from 1/4 inch to 6 inches, and anywhere from 25 to 100 yds. The difficulty lies in your shooting position. 

    There is a different course of fire each month that consists of 5 stages to test your skills. Compete against shooters, both provincially and nationally, that shoot the same 5 stages. You will have fun.

    Optic-mounted firearms are preferred but not required.

    Check out outlawrimfire.com for more information on this series and to preview the Course of Fire for the month.

    Registration will be through PractiScore (practiscore.com)

    If you need more information contact: Dale at orps@btsa.ca
    • August 27, 2022
    • 8:00 AM
    • August 28, 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 270

    The Black Badge is a two day in-depth training course in the safe competitive shooting techniques required not only to compete at IPSC events but to deliver the confidence and expertise to use handguns in the safest possible manner.

    It is a mandatory course required to shoot IPSC matches in Canada. IPSC is a dynamic shooting sport where the principles of Accuracy, Speed, and Power are balanced in a unique scoring system. It requires competitors to shoot fast and accurately, often shooting on the move and developing techniques and styles to shave off fractions of a second between shots, during reloads and drawing from the holster.

    Basic equipment requirements: Pistol (minimum 9mm caliber), 3 magazines, 2 magazine pouches and a holster which must cover the trigger when the gun is holstered, a belt to mount the equipment on and 500 rounds of ammunition.

    For further details and information, please contact Nick at nadraz@nucleus.com.

    Fees for this course are collected by the instructor. Cost of the course is $205. 

    • August 27, 2022
    • 8:00 AM
    • August 28, 2022
    • 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50W, 50E or 50N

    Setup for IPSC Provincial Championship.  One or more of the 50W, 50N, 50E bays will be closed for setup.   All other bays are open as normal.

    • August 27, 2022
    • 8:00 AM
    • September 04, 2022
    • 6:00 PM
    • BTSA ranges
    Register

    2022 IPSC Alberta Provincial Championships

    General Match Volunteers

    We will need a few general match volunteers to assist with parking, administration, setup, runners etc.

    Build Volunteers

    If you are already booked with the MD to be on the build crew, please sign-up here for shifts.   

    All other BTSA members are welcome to come help out too on any of the build days.   Please bring your own tools, we will provide materials and lunches.

    Food Volunteers

    We will be serving BBQ lunch to approximately +210 competitors and spectators, each day of the 3 day event.  

    We need volunteers to prep, cook, serve and cleanup.   No experience necessary, but catering experience would be a bonus.  

    Profits from the lunch will be going to the Alberta Children's Hospital Charity.


    Volunteers may stay before/after and spectate the match if they wish.   We will also be entering all volunteers into prize draws.

    NOTE: There will be Camping available at the range, if you are interested in attending multiple days

    • August 29, 2022
    • 12:01 AM
    • September 01, 2022
    • 11:59 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: All Ranges

    Setup for IPSC Provincial Championship.   Entire range is closed.

    • September 02, 2022
    • 12:01 AM
    • September 05, 2022
    • 11:59 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: All Ranges

    Entire range closed for the match.

    Note: Monday, Sept 5 is only booked as a rain day if we need it, the match will likely be over and torn down as of Sunday night.

    • September 07, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E/W/N 270

    Use discount code "steelchallenge" for 5% off at Canada First Ammo and free delivery to the match, just mention the match date at in the comments.

    Wednesday night steel


    2.1 What ?

    The Wednesday night steel program is an opportunity for BTSA club members and shooters from the broader community to experience the speed shooting sport of steel challenge. Steel challenge involves shooting 5 steel targets in 8 configurations several times each with the shooter’s cumulative time being their score. Time is added for misses and certain procedural infractions.

    Steel challenge may be shot with either centre fire handguns, .22 rimfire handguns, .22 rimfire rifles, or pistol caliber carbines. No magnum calibres, steel core/steel jacketed ammo, or hyper velocity .22 (stingers, velocitors, etc.) are permitted.

    Wednesday night steel is run as a 4-stage match. Shooters with current USPSA membership will be able to receive a classification, provided they complete all 4 stages, when the classification system updates the following Wednesday.

     

    2.2 Where ?

    BTSA Ranges: 50E/W/N 270 bays. Shooters may drop their gear at the top but please park down the road or in the lot as parking at the top is needed for match staff. The main road gate and BTSA gates will be opened at about 4:30 each evening


    2.3 When ?

    Every Wednesday from April 7th - September 22nd

    Setup time: Late season 5:00pm

    Safety Briefing, start to follow: Late Season season 5:30 pm

    ***Please verify start times on Practiscore and the BTSA website each week!***

    We are typically done in about 2.5 hours a few competitors sometimes remain and practice afterwards. All competitors are expected to be present for setup and to remain for tear down. Requests for exceptions show be directed to steel@btsa.ca. You must be present for the beginning of the safety briefing. If you miss the safety briefing, you cannot shoot with us that evening.

     

     

    2.4 Cost ?

    BTSA members- $5. per gun. Max 2 guns

    Non-members- $10. per gun. Max 2 guns

    Juniors (under 18, member and non-member)- First gun free

     

    2.5 How to register?

    Registration is through Practiscore. Please search BTSA Wednesday night steel and look for the correct date. Shooters need to be registered by midnight on the Tuesday before the match so that we can confirm squadding and load the scoring tablets. Please ensure to place yourself in a squad before this time if you have a preference, otherwise you will be assigned to a squad. We may need to move squadding around if there are to many shooters, or too many new shooters on a squad, to ensure the proper flow of the evening.

     

    2.6 Who to contact with questions ?

    Please email Dan B. at steel@btsa.ca

     

    2.7 What to bring to a match?

    • Water
    • Food
    • Sunscreen
    • Hat
    • Eye/ear protection (required to participate)
    • Timer if you have one
    • Gun
    • 5+ mags. Please pre-load your magazines at home when possible.
    • Ammo: 100 rounds minimum for 4 stages. Experienced shooters should bring 150-200. Novice shooters should bring 250.
    • Holster: belt holster for any Center fire handguns that fully covers the trigger. No thigh rigs are permitted. New shooters will start from low ready if they are not experienced in holster use. We can coach you in holster use once you have demonstrated basic gun handling competence. Rimfire guns are not drawn from the holster during a run but may be transported in one. A case is generally preferred for transporting rimfire pistols due to chamber flag requirements
    • Gun belt if drawing from a holster
    • Cash for match fee. Exact change only please.

     

    2.8 Match results ?

    Match results will be posted to PractiScore, usually the same night. If you need your results anonymized, please contact the match director well before the match.

    First time competitors/new to steel challenge:

    Please contact Dan B if you will be coming out for your first steel challenge. When you arrive, please leave all your gear in your vehicle and identify yourself to a match official/person in charge. We will place you on a squad with some experienced shooters to help get you started. We will likely need to split up groups of inexperienced shooters for both safety and efficiency but will try to keep families together where possible. Please note, when a family member is on the line, they are under the care of the range officer. Please do not distract them from following the RO’s instructions. If the RO is unfamiliar with your particular firearm, they will as for assistance as needed. If you would like coaching or advice while you are shooting, please let the RO know and they should be happy to oblige.

     

    2.9 A note regarding classifications

    Classifications are used to help competitors measure their success against shooter shooting with a similar ability and skill set. A D class production shooter and a Grand Master rimfire rifle open shooter can’t be equally compared. In order to earn a classification, you must be a current USPSA member and complete any 4 stages using one of the recognized equipment divisions. Most equipment will work with the exception of Center fire handguns from low ready.

     

    2.10 Rule book

    The official steel challenge rule book governs our Wednesday night matches please make sure to give it a read through so that you are familiar with the rules, commands, and equipment divisions.

    https://uspsa.org/viewer/2020-SCSA-Rulebook.pdf

     

    2.11 Safety

    While no one wants to disqualify (DQ) a shooter, safety is our top priority. If you commit a serious safety infraction, as noted in the rules, you will be done shooting for the day. Any scores completed to that point will stand but you will not be able to continue shooting the match. It will be up to the match director and range master’s discretion as to whether you may remain on the range. If you are permitted to remain to watch friends/family shoot, you may not handle any uncased firearms for the remainder of the day. Example of serious, DQ-able, violation include, but are not limited to, Ammo on the safe table, loaded firearms off the firing line, negligent discharge of a firearm, muzzle sweeping yourself or others, picking up a dropped gun, and dropping a loaded gun during a course of fire.






    • September 08, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E, 50W

    Action Shooting League is to get out and work on your action shooting skills, be it IPSC to 3 Gun our stages will be set up to be compatible to all! We will have at least one stage which we might run multiple times and some skills and drills to go with it. All in all it’s a great day for new and experienced shooters to get out and polish up there action shooting skills!

    • September 10, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E


    Project Mapleseed  - Website

    Project Mapleseed - Event Calendar and Registration

    The Program …. challenging, educational, engaging and fun! 

    • Project Mapleseed inon-profitall-volunteer run organization rifle marksmanship training program 

    • Its main objective is to introduce current and future firearm enthusiasts to the essentials of safety and marksmanship skills in a one day shooting clinic. 

    • Clinics are open to shooters of all ages and benefits both new and experienced shooters alike. 

    • The minimum requirements are a .22 rifle with 400 rounds of ammunition and a teachable attitude. 

    • Project Mapleseed provides a solid framework of basic rifleman skills, focusing on teaching traditional rifle marksmanship from standing, sitting/kneeling, and prone positions using only a rifle sling (USGI/M1 sling) coupled with the concept termed "natural point of aim" (NPOA).*  

    • It is open to all caliber rifles and sight types including scopes but the .22LR semi-automatic, magazine-fed rifles are the most commonly seen for their ease of use during the mandatory magazine changes and low cost ammo.   

    • Participants are encouraged to bring what they have, the shooting fundamentals taught apply to the shooter not their rifle. The goal is to learn and have fun. 

    * Project Mapleseed uses reduced size scaled targets that enable a shooter to assess their effective range with their rifle using a reduced length shooting range (25 metres) while simulating firing at full size targets at ranges up to 400 yards.  

    Qualification targets are shot to evaluate progress and for score. The goal is to score 210 points or better on a 40-shot course that has 250 possible points.  This earns the coveted Rifleman’s Patch and is roughly equivalent to scoring Marksman (85%) as member of the infantry in the Canadian Armed Forces. 

    SOURCE: Project Mapleseed https://mapleseedrifleman.com/ 

    Mapleseed Events Calendar and Registration



    • September 10, 2022
    • 8:00 AM
    • September 11, 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 270

    The Black Badge is a two day in-depth training course in the safe competitive shooting techniques required not only to compete at IPSC events but to deliver the confidence and expertise to use handguns in the safest possible manner.

    It is a mandatory course required to shoot IPSC matches in Canada. IPSC is a dynamic shooting sport where the principles of Accuracy, Speed, and Power are balanced in a unique scoring system. It requires competitors to shoot fast and accurately, often shooting on the move and developing techniques and styles to shave off fractions of a second between shots, during reloads and drawing from the holster.

    Basic equipment requirements: Pistol (minimum 9mm caliber), 3 magazines, 2 magazine pouches and a holster which must cover the trigger when the gun is holstered, a belt to mount the equipment on and 500 rounds of ammunition.

    For further details and information, please contact Nick at nadraz@nucleus.com.

    Fees for this course are collected by the instructor. Cost of the course is $205. 

    • September 11, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E


    Project Mapleseed  - Website

    Project Mapleseed - Event Calendar and Registration

    The Program …. challenging, educational, engaging and fun! 

    • Project Mapleseed inon-profitall-volunteer run organization rifle marksmanship training program 

    • Its main objective is to introduce current and future firearm enthusiasts to the essentials of safety and marksmanship skills in a one day shooting clinic. 

    • Clinics are open to shooters of all ages and benefits both new and experienced shooters alike. 

    • The minimum requirements are a .22 rifle with 400 rounds of ammunition and a teachable attitude. 

    • Project Mapleseed provides a solid framework of basic rifleman skills, focusing on teaching traditional rifle marksmanship from standing, sitting/kneeling, and prone positions using only a rifle sling (USGI/M1 sling) coupled with the concept termed "natural point of aim" (NPOA).*  

    • It is open to all caliber rifles and sight types including scopes but the .22LR semi-automatic, magazine-fed rifles are the most commonly seen for their ease of use during the mandatory magazine changes and low cost ammo.   

    • Participants are encouraged to bring what they have, the shooting fundamentals taught apply to the shooter not their rifle. The goal is to learn and have fun. 

    * Project Mapleseed uses reduced size scaled targets that enable a shooter to assess their effective range with their rifle using a reduced length shooting range (25 metres) while simulating firing at full size targets at ranges up to 400 yards.  

    Qualification targets are shot to evaluate progress and for score. The goal is to score 210 points or better on a 40-shot course that has 250 possible points.  This earns the coveted Rifleman’s Patch and is roughly equivalent to scoring Marksman (85%) as member of the infantry in the Canadian Armed Forces. 

    SOURCE: Project Mapleseed https://mapleseedrifleman.com/ 

    Mapleseed Events Calendar and Registration



    • September 15, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E, 50W

    Action Shooting League is to get out and work on your action shooting skills, be it IPSC to 3 Gun our stages will be set up to be compatible to all! We will have at least one stage which we might run multiple times and some skills and drills to go with it. All in all it’s a great day for new and experienced shooters to get out and polish up there action shooting skills!

    • September 17, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges
    Register

    Young Guns & Family Shoot Event

    If you are available on September 17, and would be willing to assist with:

    • ·         Registration, event operations, supervision
    • ·         Teaching, training, mentoring
    •        Food Services

    We are looking for both men and women to help make this day a success.

    Why should I volunteer?

    BTSA has always depended on its members to perform almost every task needed to make the club work. Historically that has included significant construction projects, every type of maintenance task, organization, and running of matches, courses, youth events, safety programs, not to mention every aspect of administrative work it takes to ensure our Club functions and thrives. Without our volunteers, range fees would be too costly for most people to afford. 

    There are many reasons why you should help out with this and other events that BTSA has to offer the community. BTSA has various activities throughout the spring, summer, and fall that involve inviting the community out to enjoy the shooting sports. BTSA also raises money through some of these events for various charities.  Without the help of volunteers, this can’t happen.


    • September 17, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E,50W, Rifle 100/200M, Clubhouse
    • 40

    Young Guns Family Shoot!

    The Fall Young Guns event invites the entire family to join in. Participants would include those 7 years and older to enjoy a variety of shooting events. 

    All gear and ammunition will be provided by the club.

    Registration will start at 9:30 am, with activities at 10:00, running till 4pm. We will charge $10 per participant, regardless of membership, and any additional monies will also go to the Veterans Food Bank.

    In the past, we only charged the youth shooters but for this event, we are encouraging the parents to get involved as well, to have some fun and raise a little extra for the Veterans.

    We will also welcome nonperishable food donations.


    • September 18, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges - 50E, 50W, 50N, 270

    Use discount code "steelchallenge" for 5% off at Canada First Ammo and free delivery to the match, just mention the match date at in the comments.

    Weekend match description

    3.1 What ?

    Our weekend 8-stage Steel challenge matches are an opportunity for BTSA club members and shooters from the broader community to compete use all 8 of the official stages. Novice and experience shooters are welcome provided you can safely handle your firearm. Brand new shooters may want to check out a Wednesday night steel event for a more relaxed introduction to the sport

    We shoot all of the standard divisions. All scores will be submitted to USPSA. Shooters with current USPSA membership will have all 8 stages count towards their classification.

     

    3.2 Where ?

    BTSA range. 50-meter East/west, 25 meter, and 270 bays. Shooters may drop their gear at the top but please park down the road or in the lot as parking at the top is needed for match staff. The main road gate and BTSA gates will be opened at about 8:00 am

     

    3.3 When ?

    Gates open 8am, setup 8:30, mandatory safety briefing 9, lunch break after 4 stages (~noon), tear down ~3:30pm  

    All shooters must be present for their sessions safety briefing or they will not be allowed to shoot.

     

    3.4 Cost ?

    BTSA members- $10 per gun. Max 2 guns per session

    Non-members- $15 per gun. Max 2 guns per session

    Juniors (under 18, member and non-member)- 1 gun free per match

     

    3.5 How to register ?

    Registration is through Practiscore. Please search BTSA 8 stage steel and look for the correct date. Shooters need to be registered by midnight on the Friday before the match so that we can confirm squadding and load the scoring tablets. Please ensure to place yourself in a squad before this time if you have a preference, otherwise you will be assigned to a squad. We may need to move squadding around if there are too many shooters, or too many new shooters on a squad, to ensure the proper flow of the evening. All participants will need to help score/paint/time.

     

    3.6 Who to contact with questions?

    Please email Dan B. at steel@btsa.ca

     

    3.7 Items to bring to the match

    • Water
    • Food
    • Sunscreen
    • Hat
    • Eye/ear protection (required to participate)
    • Lunch
    • Timer if you have one
    • Gun
    • 5+ mags: Please pre-load your magazines at home when possible so that we can begin on time.
    • Ammo: 195 rounds minimum for 8 stages for each gun. Experienced shooters should bring ~300. Novice shooters should bring 500.
    • Holster: belt holster for any Center fire handguns that fully covers the trigger. No thigh rigs are permitted. New shooters will start from low ready if they are not experienced in holster use.
    • Gun belt if drawing from a holster
    • Cash for match fees. Exact change only please.

     

    3.8 Match results ?

    Match results will be posted to PractiScore, usually the same night. If you need your results anonymized, please contact the match director well in advance of the match.

     

    3.9 First time competitors/new to steel challenge ?

    Please contact Dan B if you will be coming out for your first steel challenge. When you arrive, please leave all your gear in your vehicle and identify yourself to a match official/person in charge. We will place you on a squad with some experienced competitors to help get you started. We will likely need to split up groups of inexperienced shooters/competitors for both safety and efficiency but will try to keep families together where possible. Please note, when a family member is on the line, they are under the care of the range officer. Please do not distract them from following the RO’s instructions. If the RO is unfamiliar with the operation of your particular firearm, they will ask for assistance as needed. If a shooter would like coaching or advice while you are shooting, please let the RO know and they should be happy to oblige.

     

     

    3.10 A note regarding classifications

    Classifications are used to help competitors measure their success against shooter shooting with a similar ability and skill set. A D class production shooter and a Grand Master rimfire rifle open shooter can’t be equally compared. In order to earn a classification, you must be a current USPSA member and complete any 4 stages using one of the recognized equipment divisions. Most equipment will work with the exception of Center fire handguns from low ready.

     

    3.11 Rule book

    The official steel challenge rule book governs all of our matches please make sure to give it a read through so that you are familiar with the rules, commands, and equipment divisions.

    https://uspsa.org/viewer/2020-SCSA-Rulebook.pdf

     

    3.12 Safety

    While no one wants to disqualify (DQ) a shooter, safety is our top priority. If you commit a serious safety infraction, as noted in the rules, you will be done shooting for the day. Any scores completed to that point will stand but you will not be able to continue shooting the match. It will be up to the match director’s discretion as to whether you may remain on the range. If you are permitted to remain to watch friends/family shoot, you may not handle any uncased firearms for the remainder of the day. Example of serious, DQ-able, violation include, but are not limited to, Ammo on the safe table, loaded firearms off the firing line, negligent discharge of a firearm, muzzle sweeping yourself or others, picking up a dropped gun, and dropping a loaded gun during a course of fire.

     


    • September 22, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E, 50W

    Action Shooting League is to get out and work on your action shooting skills, be it IPSC to 3 Gun our stages will be set up to be compatible to all! We will have at least one stage which we might run multiple times and some skills and drills to go with it. All in all it’s a great day for new and experienced shooters to get out and polish up there action shooting skills!

    • September 24, 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 11:59 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E, 50W

    Description

    IDPA is the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated real world self-defense scenarios using practical handguns and holsters that are suitable for self-defense use. The main goal is to test the skill and ability of an individual.

    Our matches are typically Saturday morning, 8 stages, setup/first shots/completion depends on time of year but will be communicated in the match sign-up form. There is no sport specific training/certification required, we require that new shooters identify themselves, and we set them up with a “buddy” for the first few matches.

    Registration must be completed online at Practiscore.com under (Alberta Tactical Handgun League) by the Thursday preceding the match date.

    Requests for information should be directed to info@myathl.com

    Registration: https://practiscore.com/athl-137-night-match/register


    • September 25, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 100/200 Range


    BTSA Outlaw Rimfire Precision Series (ORPS) is a monthly .22LR rifle match that pits the shooter's marksmanship against steel targets ranging from 1/4 inch to 6 inches, and anywhere from 25 to 100 yds. The difficulty lies in your shooting position. 

    There is a different course of fire each month that consists of 5 stages to test your skills. Compete against shooters, both provincially and nationally, that shoot the same 5 stages. You will have fun.

    Optic-mounted firearms are preferred but not required.

    Check out outlawrimfire.com for more information on this series and to preview the Course of Fire for the month.

    Registration will be through PractiScore (practiscore.com)

    If you need more information contact: Dale at orps@btsa.ca
    • September 29, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 50E, 50W

    Action Shooting League is to get out and work on your action shooting skills, be it IPSC to 3 Gun our stages will be set up to be compatible to all! We will have at least one stage which we might run multiple times and some skills and drills to go with it. All in all it’s a great day for new and experienced shooters to get out and polish up there action shooting skills!

    • October 01, 2022
    • 8:00 AM
    • October 02, 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 270


    • October 02, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges - 50E, 50N, and 50W,

    USPSA and IPSC events are action shooting competitions where participants unite three principles of precision, power and speed, by using firearms (pistols) that have a certain minimum power factor to score as many points as possible during the shortest possible time. 


    Matches are held Saturday and/or Sunday, with six or more stages.   Set up/first shots/competition depends on the time of year and will be communicated in the match sign-up form. Prerequisites include the completion of a Black Badge course. 


    Registration must be completed online at PractiScore.com by the Thursday prior to the event.  The registration link is found on the BTSA website calendar.


    Request for information should be directed to:  Ternerfrank@gmail.com

    • Due to COVID 19 requirements, the APRA and BTSA Gates will be manned and open for competitors from 7:45 to 8:15 AM on Saturday and Sunday mornings for competitor arrival.  Both the APRA and BTSA gates will be locked at 8:15 and remain secured for the day.  
    • If the gate is locked upon your arrival, and you have the combination for each gate, please proceed to the 50E/50W area to checkin, HOWEVER, PLEASE ENSURE THAT BOTH THE APRA AND BTSA GATES ARE LOCKED BEHIND YOU!
    • Please note the APRA and BTSA Policy and Rules With Respect To The Covid-19 Response
    • REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT (MATCH FEE $20) WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH PRACTISCORE
    • Upon completion of Saturdays match, the stages will be reset for the Sunday match.
    • Schedule: 
      • Saturday: Checkin 8:15 - 8:30 AM @ 50E/50W ranges; Setup 8:30 to 9:45 AM; first shots to follow upon completion of setup, safety briefing and walk-through. Stages to be reset upon completion of the days event.
      • Sunday: Checkin 8:15 - 8:30 AM @ 50E/50W ranges; Setup 8:30 to 9:00 AM; first shots to follow upon completion of setup, safety briefing and walk-through. All competitors must remain for teardown and cleanup.
    • October 08, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges - 50E, 50W, 50N, 270

    Use discount code "steelchallenge" for 5% off at Canada First Ammo and free delivery to the match, just mention the match date at in the comments.

    Weekend match description

    3.1 What ?

    Our weekend 8-stage Steel challenge matches are an opportunity for BTSA club members and shooters from the broader community to compete use all 8 of the official stages. Novice and experience shooters are welcome provided you can safely handle your firearm. Brand new shooters may want to check out a Wednesday night steel event for a more relaxed introduction to the sport

    We shoot all of the standard divisions. All scores will be submitted to USPSA. Shooters with current USPSA membership will have all 8 stages count towards their classification.

     

    3.2 Where ?

    BTSA range. 50-meter East/west, 25 meter, and 270 bays. Shooters may drop their gear at the top but please park down the road or in the lot as parking at the top is needed for match staff. The main road gate and BTSA gates will be opened at about 8:00 am

     

    3.3 When ?

    Gates open 8am, setup 8:30, mandatory safety briefing 9, lunch break after 4 stages (~noon), tear down ~3:30pm  

    All shooters must be present for their sessions safety briefing or they will not be allowed to shoot.

     

    3.4 Cost ?

    BTSA members- $10 per gun. Max 2 guns per session

    Non-members- $15 per gun. Max 2 guns per session

    Juniors (under 18, member and non-member)- 1 gun free per match

     

    3.5 How to register ?

    Registration is through Practiscore. Please search BTSA 8 stage steel and look for the correct date. Shooters need to be registered by midnight on the Friday before the match so that we can confirm squadding and load the scoring tablets. Please ensure to place yourself in a squad before this time if you have a preference, otherwise you will be assigned to a squad. We may need to move squadding around if there are too many shooters, or too many new shooters on a squad, to ensure the proper flow of the evening. All participants will need to help score/paint/time.

     

    3.6 Who to contact with questions?

    Please email Dan B. at steel@btsa.ca

     

    3.7 Items to bring to the match

    • Water
    • Food
    • Sunscreen
    • Hat
    • Eye/ear protection (required to participate)
    • Lunch
    • Timer if you have one
    • Gun
    • 5+ mags: Please pre-load your magazines at home when possible so that we can begin on time.
    • Ammo: 195 rounds minimum for 8 stages for each gun. Experienced shooters should bring ~300. Novice shooters should bring 500.
    • Holster: belt holster for any Center fire handguns that fully covers the trigger. No thigh rigs are permitted. New shooters will start from low ready if they are not experienced in holster use.
    • Gun belt if drawing from a holster
    • Cash for match fees. Exact change only please.

     

    3.8 Match results ?

    Match results will be posted to PractiScore, usually the same night. If you need your results anonymized, please contact the match director well in advance of the match.

     

    3.9 First time competitors/new to steel challenge ?

    Please contact Dan B if you will be coming out for your first steel challenge. When you arrive, please leave all your gear in your vehicle and identify yourself to a match official/person in charge. We will place you on a squad with some experienced competitors to help get you started. We will likely need to split up groups of inexperienced shooters/competitors for both safety and efficiency but will try to keep families together where possible. Please note, when a family member is on the line, they are under the care of the range officer. Please do not distract them from following the RO’s instructions. If the RO is unfamiliar with the operation of your particular firearm, they will ask for assistance as needed. If a shooter would like coaching or advice while you are shooting, please let the RO know and they should be happy to oblige.

     

     

    3.10 A note regarding classifications

    Classifications are used to help competitors measure their success against shooter shooting with a similar ability and skill set. A D class production shooter and a Grand Master rimfire rifle open shooter can’t be equally compared. In order to earn a classification, you must be a current USPSA member and complete any 4 stages using one of the recognized equipment divisions. Most equipment will work with the exception of Center fire handguns from low ready.

     

    3.11 Rule book

    The official steel challenge rule book governs all of our matches please make sure to give it a read through so that you are familiar with the rules, commands, and equipment divisions.

    https://uspsa.org/viewer/2020-SCSA-Rulebook.pdf

     

    3.12 Safety

    While no one wants to disqualify (DQ) a shooter, safety is our top priority. If you commit a serious safety infraction, as noted in the rules, you will be done shooting for the day. Any scores completed to that point will stand but you will not be able to continue shooting the match. It will be up to the match director’s discretion as to whether you may remain on the range. If you are permitted to remain to watch friends/family shoot, you may not handle any uncased firearms for the remainder of the day. Example of serious, DQ-able, violation include, but are not limited to, Ammo on the safe table, loaded firearms off the firing line, negligent discharge of a firearm, muzzle sweeping yourself or others, picking up a dropped gun, and dropping a loaded gun during a course of fire.

     


    • October 15, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 100/200 Range


    BTSA Outlaw Rimfire Precision Series (ORPS) is a monthly .22LR rifle match that pits the shooter's marksmanship against steel targets ranging from 1/4 inch to 6 inches, and anywhere from 25 to 100 yds. The difficulty lies in your shooting position. 

    There is a different course of fire each month that consists of 5 stages to test your skills. Compete against shooters, both provincially and nationally, that shoot the same 5 stages. You will have fun.

    Optic-mounted firearms are preferred but not required.

    Check out outlawrimfire.com for more information on this series and to preview the Course of Fire for the month.

    Registration will be through PractiScore (practiscore.com)

    If you need more information contact: Dale at orps@btsa.ca
    • November 26, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 100/200 Range


    BTSA Outlaw Rimfire Precision Series (ORPS) is a monthly .22LR rifle match that pits the shooter's marksmanship against steel targets ranging from 1/4 inch to 6 inches, and anywhere from 25 to 100 yds. The difficulty lies in your shooting position. 

    There is a different course of fire each month that consists of 5 stages to test your skills. Compete against shooters, both provincially and nationally, that shoot the same 5 stages. You will have fun.

    Optic-mounted firearms are preferred but not required.

    Check out outlawrimfire.com for more information on this series and to preview the Course of Fire for the month.

    Registration will be through PractiScore (practiscore.com)

    If you need more information contact: Dale at orps@btsa.ca
    • December 10, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • BTSA Ranges: 100/200 Range


    BTSA Outlaw Rimfire Precision Series (ORPS) is a monthly .22LR rifle match that pits the shooter's marksmanship against steel targets ranging from 1/4 inch to 6 inches, and anywhere from 25 to 100 yds. The difficulty lies in your shooting position. 

    There is a different course of fire each month that consists of 5 stages to test your skills. Compete against shooters, both provincially and nationally, that shoot the same 5 stages. You will have fun.

    Optic-mounted firearms are preferred but not required.

    Check out outlawrimfire.com for more information on this series and to preview the Course of Fire for the month.

    Registration will be through PractiScore (practiscore.com)

    If you need more information contact: Dale at orps@btsa.ca

Past events

August 10, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-19 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
August 09, 2022 Rimfire Rifle League Night 2022 - #06
August 04, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-17
August 03, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-18 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
August 02, 2022 Rimfire Rifle League Night 2022 - #05
July 30, 2022 Outlaw Precision Rimfire Series - BTSA 2022 - 04
July 27, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-17
July 26, 2022 Rimfire Rifle League Night 2022 - #04
July 22, 2022 Call for Volunteers - Canadian National Steel Challenge Championships
July 22, 2022 Canadian National Steel Challenge Championships
July 21, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-16
July 20, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-16 Nationals Practice Night sponsored by Canada First Ammo
July 19, 2022 Rimfire Rifle League Night 2022 - #03
July 17, 2022 Call for Volunteers - Work Bee
July 16, 2022 Young Guns Family Shoot! 2022-1
July 16, 2022 Black Badge Course 2022-6
July 16, 2022 Call for Volunteers - Young Guns Event
July 14, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-15
July 13, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-15 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
July 12, 2022 Rimfire Rifle League Night 2022 - #02
July 10, 2022 IDPA Match #2022-2
July 09, 2022 Black Badge Course 2022-5
July 07, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-14
July 06, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-14 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
July 05, 2022 Rimfire Rifle League Night 2022 - #01
July 02, 2022 USPSA Match #2022-1
June 30, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-13
June 29, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-13 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
June 26, 2022 Outlaw Precision Rimfire Series - BTSA 2022 - 03
June 25, 2022 IDPA Match #2022-1
June 23, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-12
June 22, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-12 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
June 18, 2022 IPSC Qualifier Match - 2022- 1
June 17, 2022 Setup - IPSC Qualifier Match - 2022- 1
June 16, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-11
June 15, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-11 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
June 12, 2022 Rimfire Rifle League 2022 - #03
June 12, 2022 John Dzurka Performance Pistol Training - 2022-6
June 11, 2022 John Dzurka Performance Pistol Training - 2022-5
June 11, 2022 Black Badge Course 2022-4
June 11, 2022 Steel Challenge Match #2022-4 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
June 10, 2022 John Dzurka Development Pistol Training - 2022-4
June 09, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-10
June 08, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-10 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
June 05, 2022 Clubhouse Work Bee - Canceled
June 04, 2022 National Range Day & Open House 2022
June 04, 2022 Call for Volunteers - National Range Day
June 02, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-09
June 01, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-09 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
May 29, 2022 Steel Challenge Match #2022-3 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
May 28, 2022 Black Badge Course 2022-3
May 28, 2022 Outlaw Precision Rimfire Series - BTSA 2022 - 02
May 26, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-08
May 25, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-08 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
May 22, 2022 John Dzurka Performance Pistol Training - 2022-3
May 21, 2022 Rimfire Rifle League 2022 - #02
May 21, 2022 Black Badge Course 2022-2
May 21, 2022 John Dzurka Development Pistol Training - 2022-2
May 20, 2022 John Dzurka Development Pistol Training - 2022-1
May 19, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-07
May 18, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-07 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
May 15, 2022 Action Shooting League 3 Gun Event
May 14, 2022 Call for Volunteers - Spring Range Clean Up
May 14, 2022 Range Work Day - 2022
May 12, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-06
May 11, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-06 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
May 08, 2022 Mapleseed 2022 - 2
May 07, 2022 Mapleseed 2022 - 1
May 07, 2022 Black Badge Course 2022-1
May 05, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-05
May 04, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-05 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
April 30, 2022 Advanced Pistol Fundamentals - 2022-1
April 28, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-04
April 27, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-04 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
April 24, 2022 Outlaw Precision Rimfire Series - BTSA 2022 - 01
April 21, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-03
April 20, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-03 sponsored by Canada First Ammo (cancelled due to weather)
April 16, 2022 Rimfire Rifle League 2022 - #01
April 14, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-02
April 13, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-02 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
April 09, 2022 Steel Challenge Match #2022-2 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
April 07, 2022 Action Shooting League - 2022-01
April 06, 2022 Steel Challenge League 2022-01 sponsored by Canada First Ammo
March 27, 2022 Steel Challenge Match #2022-1
March 19, 2022 Action Shooting League Event
February 06, 2022 Action Shooting League Event - 2022-02
January 15, 2022 Action Shooting League Event 2022-01
December 12, 2021 Action Shooting League Event 2021-25
October 09, 2021 Action Shooting League Event 2021-24
October 07, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-23
October 03, 2021 USPSA Match #2021-5 - Cancelled
September 30, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-22
September 25, 2021 Young Guns Family Shoot!
September 23, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-21
September 22, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-25
September 19, 2021 Steel Challenge Match #2021-5
September 18, 2021 IDPA Match #2021-4
September 18, 2021 Black Badge Course 2021-6
September 17, 2021 Rotating RANGE CLOSURE - Weed Abatement
September 16, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-20
September 15, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-24
September 09, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-19
September 08, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-23
September 06, 2021 BTSA Open House 2021
September 02, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-18
September 01, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-22
August 27, 2021 Canadian National Steel Challenge Championships
August 26, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-17
August 25, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-21
August 21, 2021 IDPA Match #2021-3
August 19, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-16
August 18, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-20
August 14, 2021 Black Badge Course 2021-6
August 12, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-15
August 11, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-19
August 07, 2021 USPSA Match #2021-4
August 05, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-14
August 04, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-18
July 31, 2021 Range Orientation 21_7
July 31, 2021 Black Badge Course 2021-5
July 29, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-13
July 29, 2021 John Dzurka Tactical Performance Training - 2021-2
July 28, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-17
July 24, 2021 IPSC Qualifier Match - 2021- 1
July 23, 2021 Setup - IPSC Qualifier Match - 2021- 1
July 22, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-12
July 21, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-16
July 20, 2021 Rotating RANGE CLOSURE - CONSTRUCTION
July 18, 2021 Range Orientation 21_8
July 17, 2021 Black Badge Course 2021-4
July 17, 2021 USPSA Match #2021-3
July 15, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-11
July 14, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-15
July 11, 2021 Steel Challenge Match #2021-4
July 11, 2021 Rotating RANGE CLOSURE - CONSTRUCTION
July 10, 2021 IDPA Match #2021-2
July 08, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-10
July 07, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-14
July 03, 2021 USPSA Match #2021-2
June 30, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-13
June 28, 2021 Rotating RANGE CLOSURE - CONSTRUCTION
June 26, 2021 Black Badge Course 2021-2
June 25, 2021 Mapleseed 2021-3
June 24, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-9
June 24, 2021 Mapleseed 2021-2
June 23, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-12 (cancelled due to weather)
June 23, 2021 Setup - Mapleseed Event
June 20, 2021 Cancelled - Canadian University Shooting Federation - Outlaw Rimfire Match
June 19, 2021 Range Orientation 21_6
June 19, 2021 Cancelled - Steel Challenge Match #2021-3
June 17, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-8
June 16, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-11
June 12, 2021 Black Badge Course 2021-3
June 12, 2021 IDPA Match #2021-1
June 11, 2021 Range Orientation 21_5
June 10, 2021 Action Shooting League Night 2021-7
June 09, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-10
June 05, 2021 Black Badge Course 2021-1
June 05, 2021 Basic Pistol and Fundamentals.
June 04, 2021 Rescheduled - John Dzurka Tactical Performance Training - 2021-1
June 03, 2021 Cancelled - Action Shooting League Night 2021-6
June 03, 2021 COVID Training for Event Leaders
June 02, 2021 Cancelled - Steel Challenge League 2021-9
May 27, 2021 Cancelled - Action Shooting League Night 2021-6
May 26, 2021 Cancelled - Steel Challenge League 2021-8
May 22, 2021 Cancelled - Mapleseed 2021-1
May 20, 2021 Postponed - Action Shooting League Night 2021-5
May 19, 2021 Postponed - Steel Challenge League 2021-7
May 13, 2021 Postponed - Action Shooting League Night 2021-4
May 12, 2021 Postponed - Steel Challenge League 2021-6
May 08, 2021 Postponed - Steel Challenge Match #2021-2
May 06, 2021 Postponed - Action Shooting League Night 2021-3
May 05, 2021 Postponed - Steel Challenge League 2021-5
May 02, 2021 Postponed - Range Cleanup Day - 2021 - 1 (Alternate)
May 01, 2021 Postponed - Range Cleanup Day - 2021-1
April 29, 2021 Postponed - Action Shooting League Night 2021-2
April 28, 2021 Postponed - Steel Challenge League 2021-4
April 24, 2021 Range Orientation 21_4
April 24, 2021 Range Orientation 21_3
April 24, 2021 CANCELLED - Steel Challenge Match #2021-1
April 22, 2021 CANCELLED - Action Shooting League Night 2021-1
April 21, 2021 CANCELLED - Steel Challenge League 2021-3
April 17, 2021 Range Orientation 21_2
April 17, 2021 POSTPONED - USPSA Match #2021-1
April 14, 2021 CANCELLED - Steel Challenge League 2021-2
April 07, 2021 Steel Challenge League 2021-1
March 28, 2021 Range Orientation 21_1
March 27, 2021 Action Shooting League Afternoon
March 23, 2021 Steel Orientation #3
March 21, 2021 Range Safety Officer Training #2
March 20, 2021 Range Safety Officer Training
March 06, 2021 Action Shooting League Afternoon
February 28, 2021 Action Shooting League Afternoon
January 31, 2021 Action Shooting League Afternoon
December 30, 2020 Facility Winter Access
December 24, 2020 Limited Facility Access
December 05, 2020 Action Shooting League Afternoon
November 08, 2020 Rotating 200m Closure
October 22, 2020 RANGE is OPEN
October 19, 2020 RANGE CLOSURE - Extended
October 18, 2020 Steel Challenge Match #2020-5 (Cancelled due to weather)
October 10, 2020 USPSA Qualifier #2020-4
October 04, 2020 Mapleseed for Canadian University Shooting Federation
October 03, 2020 Mapleseed
October 02, 2020 Setup - Mapleseed Event
September 26, 2020 Black Badge Course 2020-8
September 24, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-21
September 19, 2020 IPSC Qualifier Match - 2020- 2
September 19, 2020 Cancelled - Young Guns and Family Turkey Shoot!
September 18, 2020 IPSC Qualifier Match Setup
September 17, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-20
September 13, 2020 Steel Challenge Match #2020-4
September 12, 2020 IDPA Match #2020-4
September 12, 2020 Black Badge Course 2020-7
September 10, 2020 Cancelled - Action Shooting League Night 2020-19
September 03, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-18
September 02, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-15
August 27, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-17
August 26, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-14
August 22, 2020 Steel Challenge Match #2020-3
August 21, 2020 Rotating RANGE CLOSURE - CONSTRUCTION
August 20, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-16
August 19, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-13
August 17, 2020 Cancelled - Fun With Your Handgun Night - 2020-3
August 16, 2020 IDPA Match #2020-3
August 15, 2020 Cancelled - Annie Oakley Day - Woman's Program #2020-1
August 13, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-15
August 12, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-12
August 08, 2020 USPSA Qualifier #2020-3
August 06, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-14
August 06, 2020 Range Orientation #22
August 05, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-11
August 04, 2020 Range Orientation #21
August 01, 2020 Black Badge Course 2020-5
July 30, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-13
July 29, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-10
July 26, 2020 Cancelled - IDPA Match #2020-3
July 26, 2020 Ongoing RANGE CLOSURE - CONSTRUCTION
July 23, 2020 CANCELLED - Action Shooting League Night 2020-12
July 23, 2020 Range Orientation #20
July 22, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-9 (CANCELLED DUE TO RANGE CONSTRUCTION)
July 20, 2020 RANGE CLOSURE - CONSTRUCTION
July 17, 2020 IPSC Qualifier Match - 2020-1
July 16, 2020 Setup - IPSC Qualifier
July 16, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-11
July 15, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-8
July 13, 2020 Cancelled - Fun With Your Handgun Night - 2020-2
July 11, 2020 2020 Alberta Provincial Steel Challenge Championships
July 09, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-10
July 08, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-7
July 05, 2020 Range Orientation #18
July 04, 2020 Black Badge Course 2020-4
July 04, 2020 USPSA Qualifier #2020-2
July 02, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-9
June 30, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-6
June 27, 2020 Black Badge Course 2020-2 - Make Up Day
June 27, 2020 Range Cleanup Day - Cancelled
June 25, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-8
June 25, 2020 Range Orientation #19
June 24, 2020 (Cancelled due to weather)Steel Challenge League 2020-5
June 20, 2020 USPSA Qualifier #2020-1
June 18, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-7
June 17, 2020 (Cancelled)Steel Challenge League 2020-4
June 15, 2020 Fun With Your Handgun Night - 2020-1
June 14, 2020 Steel Challenge Match #2020-2
June 13, 2020 Range Orientation #17
June 13, 2020 Black Badge Course 2020-3
June 11, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-6
June 10, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-3
June 07, 2020 Cancelled - BTSA Open House 2020
June 06, 2020 Black Badge Course 2020-2
June 04, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-5
June 03, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-2
May 28, 2020 Action Shooting League Night 2020-4
May 24, 2020 Steel Challenge Event Training Test Session
May 23, 2020 Cancelled - IDPA Match #2020-1
May 23, 2020 Black Badge Course 2020-1
May 21, 2020 Cancelled - Action Shooting League Night 2020-3
May 20, 2020 Cancelled - Steel Challenge League 2020-3
May 16, 2020 Temporary Range Closure
May 14, 2020 Cancelled - Action Shooting League Night 2020-2
May 07, 2020 Cancelled - Action Shooting League Night 2020-1
May 06, 2020 Cancelled - Steel Challenge League 2020-2
April 22, 2020 Steel Challenge League 2020-1 - CANCELLED
January 12, 2020 2020 BTSA Annual General Meeting
October 20, 2019 Action Shooting League - #2019-11
October 20, 2019 Young Guns and Family Turkey Shoot! (Alternate Day)
October 19, 2019 Young Guns and Family Turkey Shoot!
October 19, 2019 Call for Volunteers - Young Guns and Family Turkey Shoot!
October 12, 2019 USPSA Qualifier #2019-7
October 07, 2019 CANCELLED - Fun with your Handgun Program #2019-6
September 30, 2019 CANCELLED - Action Shooting League - #2019-10
September 29, 2019 CANCELLED - Steel Challenge Match #2019-5
September 28, 2019 Cancelled due to weather - BTSA Fall Range Cleanup Day
September 21, 2019 IDPA Match #2019-5
September 15, 2019 Steel Challenge Match #2019-4
September 14, 2019 CANCELLED - Vintage Milsurp Shoot
September 14, 2019 Black Badge Course #8
September 14, 2019 USPSA Qualifier #2019-6
September 09, 2019 POSTPONED - Fun with your Handgun Program #2019-5
September 02, 2019 Action Shooting League - #2019-9
August 25, 2019 Steel Challenge Match
August 24, 2019 IDPA Match #2019-4
August 12, 2019 Fun with your Handgun Program #2019-4
August 11, 2019 Action Shooting League - #2019-8
August 10, 2019 Young Guns - August Event
August 03, 2019 Black Badge Course #6
July 28, 2019 CANCELLED - USPSA Qualifier #2019-4 - CANCELLED
July 27, 2019 IDPA Match #2019-3
July 20, 2019 Black Badge Course #5
July 12, 2019 Canadian National Steel Challenge Championships
July 11, 2019 Canadian National Steel Challenge Championships - Setup
July 08, 2019 Fun with your Handgun Program #2019-3
July 07, 2019 Action Shooting League - #2019-6 Shotgun-only Day
July 06, 2019 Black Badge Course #4
June 30, 2019 Action Shooting League - Major
June 23, 2019 Annie Oakley Day - Woman's Program #2019-1
June 23, 2019 Volunteers - Annie Oakley Day
June 22, 2019 Black Badge Course #3
June 22, 2019 IDPA Match #2019-2
June 10, 2019 Fun with your Handgun Program #2019-2
June 09, 2019 Steel Challenge Match #2019-3
June 08, 2019 USPSA Qualifier #2019-3
June 08, 2019 Black Badge Course #2
June 03, 2019 Action Shooting League - #2019-5
May 26, 2019 USPSA Qualifier #2019-2
May 25, 2019 Steel Challenge Match #2019-2
May 25, 2019 Black Badge Course #1
May 20, 2019 Young Guns - Event #2019-1 - RAIN DATE
May 19, 2019 Action Shooting League - #2019-4
May 18, 2019 BTSA Open House 2019
May 18, 2019 Call for Volunteers - BTSA Open House
May 11, 2019 POSTPONED - BTSA Range Cleanup Day May 11
May 08, 2019 Fun with your Handgun Program #2019-1
May 05, 2019 Action Shooting League - #2019-3 CANCELLED
May 04, 2019 IDPA Match #2019-1
April 28, 2019 Action Shooting League CANCELLED
April 28, 2019 CANCELLED - Steel Challenge Match #2019-1
April 27, 2019 CANCELLED - USPSA Qualifier #2019-1
April 24, 2019 Wednesday Night Steel Challenge League
April 14, 2019 Action Shooting League - #2019-1
January 13, 2019 Annual General Meeting

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