WHICH DISCIPLINE ARE YOU INTERESTED IN?
Since 1868 the DCRA has supported shooting disciplines using both bullseye and military-type targets.
Target Rifle is a traditional target sport, and presents the unique challenge of shooting long range using iron sights with no external support for the rifle. Shooting is done on targets from 300m - 900m.
F-Class shooting is done from 300m-900m with rifles supported by bipods or mechanical front rests and using highly magnified optics. Wind reading is at a premium in order to hit the 10" bullseye at nearly 1 km.
The DCRA Black Powder matches celebrate the half-mile Canadian marksmanship tradition and are a more leisurely, less formal and less rule encumbered pursuit than many other modern shooting disciplines.
Descended from the original Service Rifle (A), today's Service Rifle affords the opportunity to shoot a variety of positions and types of engagement at distances up to 500m.
Shot in pairs, Precision Rifle competition provides a challenging mix of targets and engagements from 200m to 900m.
Our Service Pistol matches incorporate a variety of stances and positions at distances ranging from 10-25y. A great challenge for any pistol shooter.