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Alberta Clubs and Ranges

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The following is a list of Rifle Ranges and Clubs in the 8 Alberta Gaming Zones.

The list is by no means all inclusive and exhaustive—merely a sample.  If you are aware of any other clubs or ranges that are not listed below, please contact us and we will add the establishment to the list for everyone’s benefit.

Membership in the specific clubs or ranges will likely be required in order to shoot at most of these facilities.  Membership in ASRA alone will not guarantee any access to specific clubs or ranges.  Check with the applicable websites and Club/Range Executive Membership for more information, membership and access.

Another comprehensive list of affiliated Alberta clubs & ranges is also available on the Alberta Provincial Rifle Association webpage:  APRA.

Zone 1 – Sunny South (Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Brooks, Taber)

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Medicine Hat Rifle and Revolver Club
Brooks Pistol and Smallbore Rifle Club
Lethbridge Fish and Game Association
Taber Shooting Foundation

Zone 2 – Big Country (High River, Drumheller, Olds)
Drumheller & District Shooting Association 

Zone 3 – Calgary
Calgary Rifle & Pistol Club (CRPC)

Zone 4 – Parkland (Rocky Mountain House, Red Deer, Camrose)
Red Deer Shooting Sports Association
Rocky Rod and Gun Club 

Zone 5 – Black Gold/Yellowhead (Leduc, St Albert, Spruce Grove, Edson, Swan Lake)
Spruce Grove Gun Club

Zone 6 – Edmonton
Edmonton Swiss Rifle Club 

Zone 7 – North East (St Paul, Cold Lake, Fort McMurray)
Bonnyville Shooting Sports Association

Zone 8 – Peace Country (Grande Prairie, Slave Lake)
Wapiti Shooters Club