The Abbotsford Fish and Game Club offers indoor shooting opportunities for both juniors and adults, using club furnished 22-cal. rifles. Emphasis is on gun safety and marksmanship in a program geared toward people of all ages. We have many family groups participating. You may also bring your own .22-cal rifle, and subject to inspection, may shoot it. Both Members and non-Members are welcome.

The fee is $5 for Members and $6 for non-Members per evening. This fee covers supplies such as ammunition and targets. Guns, and safety accessories are provided by the Club. A Range Safety Officer (RSO) is present during each session, offering supervision and instruction, as needed.

The .22-cal. rifle program is held every Monday evening in the indoor range. The program is year around, with no events on holiday Mondays, or over during the Christmas season (December 22 to January 2). Starting time is 7:00pm and we finish up around 8:30 PM.

Shooters are encouraged to record their scores every week which count towards badges for increasing levels of achievement.

If you are uncomfortable using a firearm or have never shot a rifle before and would like some instruction on safety and handling of firearms then this may be a good place to start.

Sub-club Head: Curt Smecher
Email: 22club@afgc.ca

02 August

.22 Club August Report

By | 2017-08-02T09:02:00+00:00 August 2nd, 2017|.22 Rifle|

Over the summer, numbers have dropped for the Monday night drop in, but we regularly have a few members show up. Our 6 weekly class series in Rifle Shooting for new shooters aged 10-17 (ish) has been quite successful. We had 2 Shooters win 6 medals at the North American Indigenous Games in Toronto [...]

06 June

.22 Club Report June 2017

By | 2017-06-06T09:14:03+00:00 June 6th, 2017|.22 Rifle|

Drop-in attendance continues to be strong. Members and non-members are welcome every Monday evening at 7. We have both regulars and lots of new faces coming by to give rifle shooting a try. Our first 6 week Rifle Shooting class has 25 students signed up. One of our students, and one of our instructors [...]

12 May

.22 Club May Report

By | 2017-05-12T14:31:39+00:00 May 12th, 2017|.22 Rifle|

The .22 Club continues to have good turn outs on our Monday night drop in. Two of our members have completed their training as NCCP Rifle coaches. Final certification is expected before summer.  We will be running a 6 class series in Rifle Shooting for new shooters aged 10-17 (ish) May 15 through the [...]

11 March

22 Club Year End Report

By | 2017-03-11T11:06:51+00:00 March 11th, 2017|.22 Rifle|

The .22 Club has had a busy year with our weekly numbers usually running between 8 to 12.   We have hosted a number of new shooters, including a number of Aboriginal and School groups. We are able to supply all the necessary equipment to accommodate up to 16 shooters per line, including some Left [...]

04 February

22 Rifle Sub Club Report January 2017 

By | 2017-02-04T21:49:49+00:00 February 4th, 2017|.22 Rifle|

.22 Rifle has been busy lately, with a full house more often than not.  We will be hosting two additional shooting sessions for the Seabird Native Youth Group. They had to cancel due to snow in Agassiz last year.  In additional, we will be providing RSOs, rifles, and ammo for their shooting completion end of [...]

13 January

.22 Rifle Sub Club Report January 2017

By | 2017-01-13T14:59:31+00:00 January 13th, 2017|.22 Rifle|

.22 Rifle has been busy lately, with a full house more often than not.  Besides our regular Monday evenings, we have accommodated the Outdoor Club at Abbotsford Christian School, and the Seabird Native Youth Group.  For Abby Christian, we did a training session with guns at the school which went extremely well. Thanks to David [...]

04 November

22 Rifle Sub Club Report October 2016 

By | 2016-11-04T08:53:27+00:00 November 4th, 2016|.22 Rifle|

   Wow! All of a sudden, we get 2-3 volunteers out lately to assist. Also, our latest attendance has been 11-16 shooters.  We try to mention to new attendees the varied programs we have at AFGC, but it would be great if we had a pamphlet with contact numbers to hand out that they could [...]

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