Sep 22

2014-2015 CRPC Smallbore Rifle Indoor Schedule

2014-2015 CRPC Smallbore Rifle Indoor Fall-Winter League

04 Oct 2014
08 Nov 2014
29 Nov 2014

10 Jan 2015
07 Feb 2015
07 Mar 2015
11 Apr 2015

Location: Calgary Rifle & Pistol Club (CRPC)

1910 – 39th Avenue NE, Calgary, AB, T2E 7Y9

8:00 a.m. Doors Open for registration & equipment set-up.
09:00 a.m. First Match/Course of Fire – Iron sights only
10:30 p.m. Second Match/Course of Fire – Any sights
Matches start promptly, so don’t be late.

CourseOf Fire:
Time limit: 75 minutes [1 hour and 15 minutes]
Unlimited sighters + 60 scoring shots on 3 separate “SFC series 136” targets
20 scoring shots per target, 2 shots per bullseye

Rules: ISSF & SFC rules apply.

Match Rifle – 25 meter prone
Sporting Rifle & Hunting Rifle – 25 meter prone
All disciplines will be run simultaneously
Although these are prone matches, 3-position will also be accommodated.

Entry Fees:
$ 7.00 for CRPC members for both matches (please bring exact change)
$ 12.00 for non-members (day pass with insurance – please bring exact change)

Match Director & Range Safety Officer: Jeff Hunter

Targets will be provided.
Targets will be SFC series 136, shot at 25 meter targets for match & sporting rifle.
Competitor scoring will apply – please bring scoring towers & overlays.
Scoring will be done at the end of each match.

None; only bragging rights at Tim Horton’s after the fact.
This is a shoulder to shoulder match, “best” man/woman wins.

To reserve a lane, please contact:
Jeff Hunter @ H (403) 238-2651 / W (403) 541-5259 or email:
Only 10 lanes available so first “registered” with Jeff = first served.

Note: These are not SFC sanctioned matches – scores do not count towards classification.
Scores will be posted at CRPC and on the ASRA website.

Match Information here: 2014-2015 CRPC Smallbore Rifle Season


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Oct 28

Quota winners and awards

The 2014 CAT RIO Quota winners: Here

The 2014 CAT Pan Am Quota Award Schedule: Here


Aug 10

Shooting Coach Resource Material

Here is a link to a list of great resource material for the shooting coach.
It is an excellent compendium of resource material.

If you need any further information please contact:

Susan Eymann: 
Dennis Grover: 

Link: Shooting Coach Resource Material


Jul 27

ASRA at the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow

ASRA is proud to have Wynn Payne on the Canadian Shooting Team.

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Jul 15

Press Release: SFC nominates Canadian athletes to the Glasgow 2014 Team

The athletes nominated by the Shooting Federation of Canada to the Canadian Team for the 2014 Commonwealth Games are:

§ Aerial Arthur (Saskatoon, SK) – Women’s air rifle
§ Monica Fyfe (Winnipeg, MB) – Women’s air rifle
§ Wynn Payne (Edmonton, AB) – Men’s prone rifle [ASRA’s own!!!!!]

The full press release from SFC is available here: Glasgow 2014 Team


Jul 12

New AFSS Scholarship

Alberta Federation of Shooting Sports (AFSS) has announced a new scholarship.

For full details on this new fund, check out the form here: AFSS Scholarship


Sep 13

SFC Cut Score for High Performance

Please be advised that the cut scores for the 2014 High Performance Program have been added to the Selection Criteria.

Please follow this link to view the 2014 SFC High Performance Selection Criteria:

2014 Athlete Selection Criteria


Sep 07

IOC moves shooting from group D up to group C

Shooting moved from Group D to Group C.

The International Olympic Committee announced a new grouping of Olympic sports for the purposes of the distribution of Olympic revenues to international federations, at a joint meeting of its Executive Board and that of the Association of Olympic International Federations at the SportAccord convention in St Petersburg, on the 29th of May.
Being group A the federation with the largest revenues share, and group E the group with the smaller revenues share, Shooting was elevated from group D up to group C.

The new ranking of existing Olympic sports for revenues share is as follows:
Group A
aquatics; athletics; gymnastics
Group B
basketball; cycling; football (soccer); tennis; volleyball
Group C
Shooting; archery; badminton; boxing; judo; rowing; table tennis; weightlifting
Group D
canoe/kayak; equestrian; fencing; handball; (field) hockey; sailing; taekwondo; triathlon, wrestling
Group E
modern pentathlon; golf; rugby sevens.

IOC proposed to ASOIF this new groups after evaluating sports according to six criteria. Each criteria was assigned a different weight:

• TV (the television audiences that each sport attracted during the games): 40
• Internet (the number of internet page views and social media mentions): 20
• General public (favourite sports, according to a survey): 15
• Spectators (ticket requests in the host territory): 10
• Press (number of favourable press articles): 10
• Universality (number of national federations): 5

The validity of this methodology was guaranteed by CIES, the International Centre for Sports Studies in Lausanne, as IOC authorities explained.
“Shooting was previously ranked in Group D. After the last evaluation our sport has been moved up into Group C. This means that the efforts of the ISSF to improve its visibility on TV and Internet were successful, and that Shooting is becoming more and more popular among sport fans.” ISSF President Olegario Vazquez Rana said.
“We welcome this positive news with great pleasure. Our aim is to keep on improving the status of Shooting on the international panorama.” Secretary General Franz Schreiber said. “The ISSF is doing things right in the fields of management, media and promotion, and this positive news proves it.”


Article also available here on line: IOC Group change


Aug 14

Video link update

Hey shooters: the video link page has been updated to include the 2013 ISSF World Cup videos.
You can get them here: video links


Feb 15

2013 ISSF Rule Interpretations

An 8 page summation detailing the interpretation of some of the new ISSF 2013 rules.

It’s available in the “Downloads” and “Shooting Resources” page of the website.

It should make for some interesting reading: 2013 ISSF Rule Interpretation


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