PQFGA .22 Rifle Field Shoot

PQFGA   .22 Rifle Field Shoot – Rules of Engagement

(Henry Range – RIFLE Range – Thursday, 29 August 2019 @ 10 a.m.)

The intent of this Shoot is to practice “in-the-FieldUnsupported and Supported shooting on paper animal targets set at varying distances. Any sight can be used. No owner-supplied rifle rests plus no slings, no bipods (they can be attached to the rifle, but not used when shooting). Field binoculars can be used on any Firing Station (FS). Dedicated spotting scopes can only be used in Firing Stations (FS) #5-6-7-8. No Spotter/Observer/Coach to be used.

Each FS will be occupied by a single shooter.  10 shots to be fired in 5 minutes at each FS. Shooters will rotate through all 8 FSs to complete the Shoot. The Shoot is to be completed with only one rifle. In the event of a rifle malfunction, a ‘loaner’ rifle can be used (i.e. owned by someone else, not you) to complete the Shoot. No dedicated sighting-in of the loaner is permitted . . .  deduce your new sight holds by the Points Of Impact on your next target.


1/5 scale small-bore rifle animal paper silhouette targets are used, in the downrange order of (closest-to-furthest) Chicken, Pig, Turkey, Ram (akin to silhouette rifle shooting on metal targets).



#1 FS – 25 yards – Shooter is Standing  UNSUPPORTED.

#2 FS– 25 yards – Shooter is Standing  SUPPORTED by Organizer-supplied shooting sticks (X-profile).

#3 FS – 50 yards – Shooter is Sitting  UNSUPPORTED on an Organizer-supplied stump.  Both feet on ground.

#4 FS – 50 yards – Shooter is Sitting  on an Organizer-supplied stump and SUPPORTED by Organizer-supplied shooting sticks.

#5 FS – 75 yards – Shooter is sitting primarily UNSUPPORTED at a shooting bench (no rest, no slings, no bipods)  holding the rifle with both elbows on the bench top (forearms must be vertical – not horizontal, nor touching the bench top) .  Spotting scopes can be used (Beware: peeking cuts into your 5 minutes shooting time).

#6 FS – 75 yards – Shooter is sitting at a bench SUPPORTED by an Organizer-supplied rifle rest . . .  but no slings, no bipods). Spotting scopes can be used (Beware: peeking cuts into your 5 minutes).

#7 FS – 100 yards – Shooter is sitting primarily UNSUPPORTED at a shooting bench (no rest, no slings, no bipods)  holding the rifle with both elbows on the bench top (forearms must be vertical – not horizontal, nor touching the bench top) .  Spotting scopes can be used (Beware: peeking cuts into your 5 minutes).

#8 FS – 100 yards – Shooter is sitting at a bench SUPPORTED by an Organizer-supplied rifle rest . . .  but no slings, no bipods).  Spotting scopes can be used (Beware: peeking cuts into your 5 minutes).

NOTE:  All rifles will be racked upon completion of each FS shooting event.


Each target has a maximum potential attainable score of 10 points/HITs.

Any bullet hole cutting the target animal outline or within the body is a HIT (worth 1 point score). Outside the animal is a MISS (worth 0).  A bullet gauge is available to solve any HIT/MISS quandaries.

Shooters have 5 minutes to shoot 10 rounds at each FS. A “1-Minute-To-Go” call will be made before the Cease Fire call.

  • In the event that shooters do not fire all 10 shots in the time allotted, unfired rounds are forfeited.
  • If a shooter cross-fires onto a wrong target, he/she does NOT get replacement rounds. The aggrieved target shooter will count all HITs first (up to maximum of 10).
  • If a shooter loses round count and shoots more than 10 shots at his/her target, only 10 shots will be counted, starting with all MISS’es firstly (MISSes + HITs to be no more than 10);
  • Shooters will be grouped into Categories for ranking of scores: Scopes (S), Dots (D), Open (O) and Aperture (A).

Shooter Responsibilities:

  • Arrive at Rifle Range not later than 9:30 a.m. to help with the set-up and/or conduct administrative duties.
  • Bring a minimum of 80 rounds.
  • Pay $2 Shoot Fee to cover target costs.
  • Provide Shoot Organizer with your e-mail address (if you wish to receive written final results following scores verification).
  • BYOS: Bring Your Own Snacks (none provided)


The 2019 Vancouver Island Sporting Clays (VISC) Championships

The 2019 Vancouver Island Sporting Clays (VISC) Championships will be hosted at the Dorman range on June 8th and 9th.  Shooters from all over the Island will be participating in this 2 day, 200 target shoot.  To qualify for the shoot you have to be a VISC member ($20 fee) and shoot at least 100 targets at each of two separate courses in the past year.  Shooters who have not qualified may shoot in ‘Hunter” class by paying the VISC membership and entry fee ($120).  Lunch is available on Saturday and Sunday and breakfast on Sunday for $5 each and dinner on Saturday for $25 all with limited availability.  There is a perpetual trophy, as well as keeper trophies and prizes up for grabs.

Parksville Rod & Gun Show

This Coombs gun show is held at the Arrowsmith Hall and hosted by Parksville-Qualicum Fish & Game Club. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

Sunday May 26: 8:00am – 1:00pm

General Admission: $5.00

Children 16 & under: Free

Women: Free

Location: Arrowsmith Hall, 1014 Ford Rd, Coombs, BC V0R 1M0

Contact: Graham Alexander Phone: (250) 240-0459

Event Announcement: Team BC Training Camp, 02 Feb 2019

Dear Parksville-Qualicum Fish & Game Assn.,
Registration is now open for the following event:

Team BC Training Camp

When: 02 Feb 2019 9:00 AM, PST
Where: 4161 Lakemount Road, Box 293 Abbotsford, BC V2T 6Z6


This is a training camp conducted by Team – BC. There will be training sessions for both small-bore and air rifle athletes and for air pistol athletes. Any athlete that wishes to train with Team BC members is welcome to attend. They will receive the same training as team members.Topics will include physical and technical training, nutrition, psychology and journaling.

This camp is designed for intermediate and advanced athletes and therefore is not suitable for beginner athletes. If you are not sure if your experience level is suitable for this camp please discuss it with your coach prior to registering.

This camp is part of the Air Team selection Criteria.

This is a mandatory camp for BC Small – Bore team members.

You must be a BCTSA member to register for this event.

Will you be attending?

Register Not attending

Best regards,
BC Target Sports Assocation


Dear Parksville-Qualicum Fish & Game Assn.,
You are invited to the following event:


When: 22 Mar 2019 , PDT
Where: Mission, B.C.

Will you be attending?

Yes Maybe No



Hosted by Mission Rod & Gun Club

Please register before March 1, 2019.

This event will have two courses of fire:

Small-bore – 3 x 40 shot matches in each silhouette and hunting rifle.

High Power – 2 x 40 shot matches in each silhouette and hunting rifle.

All competitors must be members of the B. C. Target Sports Association or their equivalent.  B.C. Target Sports membership applications will be available at the range.

Information about the event schedule, rules, camping etc. can be found in the Information and Schedule. Registration is by mail. Please complete the Registration Form and submit it no latter than March 1st 2019.

Current NRA Metallic Silhouette Rifle Rules will apply.

Best regards,
BC Target Sports Assocation

.22 Rifle Skills Match

Henry Range – PISTOL Range – Tuesday, 18 Sep @ 10 a.m.


The Shoot consists of 7 different Firing Stations (FS) occupied by individual shooters, each firing 10 shots in 5 minutes.

Paper targets are used. Shooting positions involve standing and sitting (on a stump) – both unsupported as well as supported – bench and prone.

Shooting Fee:  $2


Point Of Contact: Bob Lake,

Henry Range Report – Summer 2018

Henry Range Report
It has been awhile since our last Henry Range Report, but this is to advise that all organized shooting activities, casual participation, and range rentals continue to flourish. The organized shoots continue to attract new members and both the rifle range and handgun range are busy with casual shooters on a daily basis. There has been 463 range pass keys purchased to date and at $30 per key, this has generated a substantial amount of revenue for the range operating budget.
The new 50 yard range was inspected and approved for use by the Chief Firearms Officer just in time to accommodate the local RCMP Detachments annual firearms training and qualifications at the end of April. The 50 yard range is ideal to accommodate the use and training with their new carbines. There is still some fine-tuning to be carried out on the range and that  will be an ongoing project as budget allows. We have enthusiastic volunteers standing by to do the work. We have to recognize club member KEVIN KIVELA for his time and donation of equipment time to this project. His effort and enthusiasm is greatly appreciated !!
We recently hosted a group of the local Boy Scouts for a session of firearms safety and training. The boys and girls along with the leaders and some parents shot many rounds of .22 cal ammo at reactive steel targets at 30m at the handgun range. The group reported at the end of the session that it was a valuable learning experience and a lot of fun. This kind of effort on our part not only is a good way to give back to the community,but also to promote the shooting sports.
Handgun Safety and Orientation Course
A two-hour session dedicated to handgun safety and orientation and shooting technics is being offered to club members. The sessions will be held at the handgun range on prearranged evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. The sessions will be limited to six (6) participants only. For information and registration please contact Rick Gammon at 250 248-0304.
Our gang of perennial volunteers (and thankfully some new ones)have been busy with some much needed range buildings and general range maintenance projects. The inside of the rifle range canopy has been painted white which makes it much brighter and aids in better sighting, especially with open sights. The handgun building has had a new coat of paint to the exterior and is looking pretty spiffy. A major roof repair and some other preventative maintenance was also carried out to the roof on the handgun building. Brushing at the base of the berms on both ranges was also carried out recently. This is an annual event due the invasion of black berry and broom bushes growing further up the berms. Due to the increased amount of activity at the ranges, we are incurring an increased amount of target frame damage, please use cardboard and staple your targets to it and not the wood frames, makes life easier for us frame fixer guys. We intend to have firewood cutting work party in the near future,we will keep you posted.
Have a great summer, safe shooting and good luck in the LEH draw.
Submitted by Len Fong, Member PQFG Range Committee.