The Cape Nova Rifle and Revolver Club
2019 Shoot Schedule
Shoot time: 12:00 p.m. --- 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 26 Rifle & Handgun
Sunday, June 23 Skeet & Handgun
Sunday, July 7 Rifle & Handgun
Sunday, July 28 Skeet & Handgun
Sunday, August 18 Rifle & Handgun
Sunday, September 8 Skeet & Handgun
Sunday, October 13 Rifle & Handgun
Sunday, October 27 Skeet & handgun or Sight In Day
The following club shoots will be held from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.:
Saturday, June 8 3 gun match
Saturday, June 22 Skeet
Saturday, July 20 3 gun match
Saturday, August 3 Centre fire pistol
Saturday, August 17 Skeet
Queensville Shooting Range
Civic Address of Range: 2558 Highway 105
Location Description: 24.1 km from Port Hawkesbury off Highway 105
Lat / Long Coordinates: N 45° 44' 32.8" W 061° 20' 43.8"
UTM Coordinates: 20T E 628704 N 5066763
Small prize will be awarded for overall winner each shoot.
Our shoots are for fun and are informal.
You don’t have to be an expert marksman to have a good time.
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The Fundamentals of Firearm Safety
This is an extract from WIKIPEDIA Gun safety. Details can be found here.
Gun safety training seeks to instill a certain mindset and appropriate habits by following specific rules. The mindset is that firearms are inherently dangerous and must always be stored carefully and handled with care. Handlers are taught to treat firearms with respect for their destructive capabilities, and strongly discouraged from playing or toying with firearms, a common cause of accidents. The rules of gun safety follow from this mindset.
In 1902, the English politician and game shooting enthusiast Mark Hanbury Beaufoy wrote some much-quoted verses on gun safety, including many salient points.
His verses "A Father's Advice" begin with the following:
If a sportsman true you'd be
Listen carefully to me:
Never, never, let your gun
Pointed be at anyone...
Yes, these verses might be over hundred years old, be they are still very true in our days.
Please alway remember the vital four ACTS:
• Assume every firearm is loaded
• Control the muzzle direction at all times
• Trigger finger must be kept off the trigger and out of the trigger guard
• See that the firearm is unloaded - PROVE it safe
- Point the firearm in the safest available direction
- Removeall cartridges
- Observe the chamber
- Verify the feeding path
- Examine the bore for obstructions
Many more information can be found on the Royal Canadian Mounted Police website: www.rcmp.gc.ca (http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/index-eng.htm).