Q. What is the probation period for new members?
A. New members will serve a 3 month probationary period. New members will be expected to shoot at the club a minimum of 6 times during regularly schedualed club meets. (Friday evenings)
There will be club guns available for those new members on Friday evenings. Please provide your own ammunition. (.22 cal )
Q. How much are the dues at the NFRC?
A. The 2020 - 2021 club dues for a regular single membership are $210.
For a regular membership plus spouse, the dues are $310.
A. Follow the hyperlink above to the Canadian Government Firearms Center.
For further information pertaining to Safety Courses and starting dates, please see FIREARMS TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES OF NIAGARA.
Q. What is the Canadian Shooting Sports Association?
A. Canadian Shooting Sports has been formed to ensure the survival of all shooting sports across Canada, and for generations of Canadians to come.
Q. What is the cost of the Niagara Falls Revolver Club's Safety Course for new members ?
Q. What is "Bullseye" shooting ?
A. One of the shooting disciplines found at the Niagara Falls Revolver Club is the NRA Gallery Pistol Course (Bullseye). This is comprised of three individual stages. Each stage firing 10 rounds, at a distance of 50 ft; with varying amounts of time allowed to complete each stage.
The standard 30-shot course of fire begins with 10 shots of slow fire. In the slow-fire stage you're given 10 minutes to fire 10 shots. The 10-ring on the target is 23 cm. (3/4?) in diameter.
After the slow-fire course is complete, then 10 shots are fired in five-shot strings with 20 seconds allowed for each five- shot string. The 10-ring on this target is 46 cm. (1 3/4?) in diameter.
Unlike other handgun sports that use a hand-held timer, in bullseye each target rotates to and from the shooter to regulate the timing. As the shooters prepare to fire, only the edge of the target is visible. The target rotates to face the shooter when shooting is to begin. The target rotates away when time has expired.
The shooters score, out of a possible 300, is the sum of his or hers three targets.