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The Firing Line is located at 439 Turenne Street in St Boniface off of Marion Ave.

Mail to: FLGC Box 69030 RPO Tuxedo Winnipeg MB  R3P 2G9

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Call the office at 233-4600 and leave a message (allow up to 7 days for reply).

YES WE ARE TAKING NEW MEMBERS

* Memberships can be paid for by cash, cheque or EMT only

** New member orientation on the first and third Thursday night at 6:30PM
You must reserve a spot by sending an e-mail at least 48 hours in advance to 
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 December 2018 16:02
 

MATCHES

There is a scheduled PPC match every month from December to March on the first Sunday of each month. Match time is 9AM and finishes after all participants have completed the course of fire. This does not interfere with general membership range access. Generally done by noon

There is a tentatively scheduled IPSC match on the second Sunday of each month from  November to April. All three ranges are used from 9AM to 5PM so check the bulletin board at the club for confirmation of dates. General membership range access is not available when a match is scheduled until after 5PM.


MDPL usually has 2 matches one (end) of January and one (end) of April and only use 2 shooting bays. General membership range access is not effected. Check the MBDPL website.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 December 2018 16:01
 

We are All Volunteers

At the Firing Line Gun Club we all need to do our part to promote safety, to assist and mentor new shooters and make sure we do our part to promote a sport that is fun and safe.

Volunteers are the backbone of our club and keep our membership costs manageable.

Make sure you do your part to keep the facility clean, by cleaning up the range after you shoot, making sure there are supplies available for the next person. Ensure that nobody has to clean up after you and that if something isn't quite right fix it or let us know that there is something in need of repair or attention.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 December 2018 16:03