Category Archives: Smallbore

SPRING 2020 .22 RIM-FIRE RIFLE FUN SHOOT

UPDATE: Shoot has been cancelled because of the CoViD-19 pandemic

.22 Rim Fire Rifle Only

60 FT INDOOR SILHOUETTE TARGETS

Iron Sight Class & Optic Sight Class
Standard silhouette and surprise non-silhouette paper targets shot at the 20 yard indoor range
Standard silhouette rules for standing position – no special clothing allowed (40 Round Match)
Spotting scopes allowed (recommended) at shooting stations.  Four 10shot relays – shot in 2 -5 shot strings
Awards for first, second & third in both classes as well as one award for top lady in each class

WHERE: Kamloops Target Sports Association Indoor Range
753 Lansdowne Street

WHEN: Sunday March 29, 2020
Range opens at 09:00 / Shooting starts at 10:00

$30.00 ENTRY FEE
MUST PAY AT SIGN-UP – NO EXCEPTIONS
No Lunch – But coffee and cookies included
Soda Pop & Bottled Water available

DOOR PRIZE – Your Choice
Ruger 10-22 Package. All Black Synthetic Stock

With Scope and a Hard Carry Case –
OR $ 350.00 Powderkeg Store Credit
OR $300.00 Cash
Valid PAL required to claim firearm  “Door Prize”

40 SHOOTERS MAXIMUM;
(must shoot to qualify for Door Prize)
(MINIMUM 32 SHOOTERS OR REDUCED  DOOR PRIZE)

SIGN UP AT THE POWDERKEG SHOOTER’S SUPPLY
534 TRANQUILLE  RD.
Kamloops, B.C.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
Don Morphy: 250-319-1916  or  Andrew Campbell: 250-320-0815

Canadian National Smallbore Championships

Report from our Athletic Program Coach

Thought the club might be interested in this event that just took place in Toronto on the week of 24 Aug to 27 Aug. I took two of our athletes and myself to Toronto for two events including Air Rifle and Sporting Rifle (.22). In the Air Rifle event Club Members Sullivan Fagan came in 6th overall and Sera Nami came in 2nd (silver). The Air event is a 1200 point match where the athletes shoot 60 shots on electronic targets over a 1 hour and 15 minute period on two consecutive days. The second event was the .22 Sporting Rifle where they again shoot 60 shots each on two consecutive days for a total of 1200 points. Each day they shoot three 20 shot relays each of 30 minutes with only 10 minutes in between each relay. Sera Nami came in second in the Expert class for the Silver and Sully came in 3rd for the Bronze also in the Expert class. Even this old coach managed to grab a gold in two categories. One in the Expert class and one in the Veteran class (I guess I haven’t lost the touch yet!).

Both of our athletes have done very well and continue to strive to reach their goal of qualifying for the Canadian National High Performance Team.

Pat Landals Provincial Coach BC Target Sports

Editor Note: Congratulations Sera and Sullivan, very well done!!!

.22 PRS Match Results (from May 12)

May 12th Results –  Kamloops Rimfire Precision Series (KRPS)

Good turnout for the first match, 17 shooters.  Thanks to our sponsors:  Powder Keg, Go Big Tactical and Modular Driven Technologies (MDT) MDT.  We had a shooter from the LMD and for our next match we are expecting more shooters!

Results for the 10 Stages, max possible score 100 points:
1.  Ed Preto                   74
2.  Winona                     64
3.  Steven Spuzak        57
4.  Al Homer                  56
5.  Marlin Kachmar       52
6.  Don Piper                  49
7.   Dan Wright               37

next match is scheduled at KTSA Long Range for June 23rd and Aug 18th.  SIgn up at the Powder Keg or email 

kamloopsrimfire@gmail.com

.22 Rimfire PRS Introductory Shoot

KTSA Long Range
Sunday May 12, 2019, starts at 8:30 Am (5 hr event)
Fee: $10 (non members welcome)

What do you need?:
Rimfire Rifle in 22 LR with a scope and 200 rounds of ammo.
If you don’t have a rifle, there will be several you can borrow.
Hearing and Eye Protection needed.

What will we shoot?: Steel targets at ranges of 50 to 200 metres off of various props (barricades, tires, tank trap, etc)

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