6th Annual Fall Classic – ON

Participate in any Galt Shoots and enter in the draw.

Prize: 692 Sporting 32″ with B-Fast. Draw Held on October 27th, 2019

Galt Shoot Schedule Beretta Sponsor


Brian Burke’s – Target for Kids – AB

The event is supporting KidSport Calgary and the Flames EvenStrength program.  Both programs work together to provide sport registration fee support to low income families in Calgary and surrounding area.

Registration – contact Kevin to sign up – kevinw@kidsportcalgary.ca 403-202-0251

Guns and Tactical Show / Range Day – ON

GAT SHOW is Canada’s premier live fire trade show event. It is a “Try & Buy”

event.   Leading gun manufacturers and distributors will have wide variety of demo firearms for you to shoot on the line.   This gives you a chance to actually shoot the firearms you want, and to talk with manufacturers and distributors.    After you’ve had the chance to shoot those firearms, walk over to the vendor area where you will find dealers ready to offer you the best deals on the guns you had the opportunity to shoot, plus a ton of other related products, services and gear!

Best of all – GAT Show is open to the general public without the requirement of a PAL (Canadian Firearms License).   Anyone wanting to try to shoot a firearm for the first time, in a safe, controlled, and professionally supervised environment.   For firearms owners that have always wanted to share the incredible experience of what the firearms shooting sports community has to offer they can do so, this is a fun and safe way!

NSCA Central Regional – ON

Participate in any Galt Shoots and enter in the draw.

Prize: 692 Sporting 32″ with B-Fast. Draw Held on October 27th, 2019

Please contact: jerry@gagnonsports.com for more information.

Galt Shoot Schedule Beretta Sponsor

ALS Shoot for the Cure Sporting Clays Event – BC

ALS Vancouver Shoot Poster 2019


In October 2000, Vancouver Firefighter, Ranny MacDonald, was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. On January 13, 2003, after a long and valiant fight, Ranny succumbed to this disease. Since his passing, the members of the Vancouver Firefighters’ Union Local 18, in conjunction with the Vancouver Gun Club, have held an annual fundraising event for ALS in Ranny’s memory.

Battalion Chief, Jim MacLeod, who was also a member of the Vancouver Fire Fighters’ Union, was also diagnosed with ALS in 2008. Jim battled this disease with strength, courage, and dignity and unfortunately passed away in 2009.

What is ALS?

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a rapidly progressive, neuromuscular disease. It attacks the motor neurons that transmit electrical impulses from the brain to the voluntary muscles in the body. When they fail to receive messages, the muscles lose strength, atrophy and die.

ALS can strike anyone at anytime, regardless of age, gender, or ethnic origin. It does not affect the senses, and only rarely does it affect the mind. The equipment costs for each patient average $137,000, while nursing and home care costs can be up to 10 times this amount.

The average life expectancy after diagnosis is 3 to 5 years.

For more information visit ALS BC.