National Range Day

2.3 Million Licensed Gun Owners

National Range Day (June 1st 2024), is an annual day set aside to honour and celebrate the people, places and events that shape the legal Canadian firearms community.

Salon Clicpleinair – QC Online Tradeshow

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QC Brand Representative Luc Lamirande will present firearms and optics with Stephane Monette during the online show Salon Clicpleinair.

08:15 – Benelli
12:00 – Sako
12:15 – Steiner

10:00 – Beretta
12:45 – Tikka
14:30 – Burris Optics

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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!

Got Your Six – Precision Rifle Charity Competition – AB

The Got Your Six Precision Rifle Charity Competition is an annual charity shooting competition. Each year we focus on a different community within the circle of Canadian heroes: Military, Police, Emergency Medical Service (EMS) and Fire Rescue.

“Got your six” is a phrase used by military, police, fire and EMS personnel – “six” meaning your back. When you’re in a fire fight or chasing down a suspect, quite often you’re trusting your friend or partner “to have your back”.