Sunshine Coast Rod and Gun Club

Devoted to the pursuit of the outdoor lifestyle


Keep up to date with happenings around the club. Check this area often for updates. Be sure to check the CALENDAR for range closures.  You can subscribe to updates to news posts on the SCRGC RSS Feed 
  • June 01, 2021 10:42 PM | Anonymous

    Call for Volunteers


    Please email if you are able to commit to helping get the lower ranges cleaned up this Sunday.

    This is NOT an event or a gathering and everyone MUST maintain a distance.

    Equipment to bring:

    • Gloves, clippers, string trimmers/whipper snippers, pruning shears, rakes, wheel barrows.
    • Your own snacks & water
    • Need a pickup or a trailer
      • transport wood to pinecone for campfire
      • Green waste disposal
    ☆ No mowers required this weekend 

    Work to be completed:
    • remove any rocks from areas to be mowed
    • remove any junk wood, pallets etc and take them to the upper range for campfire. [This includes the fence that has fallen flat by the kitchen and the berm wood on the 88 meter]
    • take down and store the event tent next to the clubhouse
    • trim around the horseshoe boxes
    • trim around the 88 meter utility stake so we do not mow over it
    • remove the rocks and wood adjacent to the upper trap house
    • trim any fence lines so mowing can get as close as possible

     HAVE FUN 

    Club will provide cooler of water and pop, if we have a reasonable volunteer commitment.

  • March 21, 2021 3:40 PM | Anonymous

    The 2020 Year End Financial Summary as presented by the Treasurer at the March 11, 2021 General Membership Meeting is available in the Members Only section of this website at the following link:

    SCRGC 2020 Year End Financial Summary.pdf

    You will need to log in to view this Members Only document.

  • March 11, 2021 6:55 PM | Anonymous

    All members are to comply with the conditions of the current provincial health order.

    Province-wide restrictions - Province of British Columbia (

  • January 20, 2021 8:14 PM | Anonymous

    Since November 1st 2020, our members have had the opportunity to apply and renew their 2021 memberships. Unfortunately COVID protocols have made it that our membership cards and keys be mailed out and not issued in person at the clubhouse.

    It was noticed that our local mail delivery in the Sechelt and surrounding areas was slower than usual as our post offices were overwhelmed with Christmas and high amount of parcel deliveries.  Speaking to the Post Office supervisor, it has been determined that our local mail has a  3-6 weeks delay of delivery.

    Please note that your cards and keys are been mailed out  as quickly as possible upon receiving your membership renewal whether online or on paper. 

    It is asked that your be patient with the postal service as you will receive your cards and keys as soon as possible. 


    Trish Dobson

    Secretary/Membership Coordinator

  • December 11, 2020 8:33 PM | Anonymous

    FYI - The SCRGC has been granted an extension on the 2020 AGM. It must be held on or before November 1, 2021.

    The Board will continue to monitor the pandemic and will schedule an AGM as soon as it is safe to gather the membership for a meeting.

  • November 08, 2020 11:57 PM | Anonymous

    March 11th 2021: Orientations are been conducted based upon the new PHO. Members who are requesting orientation need to reserve a spot to help maintain the small groups in compliance with the PHO. Other group activities such as steel target shooting are offered on a basis of the current PHO protocols and MUST have a designated RSO.  The Indoor range is still open to only two persons at a time but you must adhere to all COVID protocols, masks,  wash hands and wipe down surfaces that you touch.

    Read more on the Health Order at:

    If you have questions or concerns email

    Stay healthy, stay home and take care of each other!  Here are some reliable information sources to keep yourself up to date.

  • October 16, 2020 4:44 PM | Anonymous

    The updated Rules and Regulations adopted Sept 10, 2020 is available on the Membership Rules and Regulations page of this website.

    Other documents including the SCRGC policies, bylaws and meeting minutes is available in the member only document section of the website.

  • September 03, 2020 4:46 PM | Anonymous

    A few club members have asked if there is a document illustrating the differences between the current Rules and Regulations and the proposed Rules and Regulations.

    There is no document showing the differences as the Rules and Regulations have been reformatted and it is not really possible to do up a document showing the changes.

    For your convenience in reviewing the differences here are links to the proposed new Rules and Regulations and Current Rules and Regulations.

    Draft proposed new Rules and Regulations

    Current Rules and Regulations

  • July 22, 2020 8:08 PM | Anonymous

    The clubhouse and indoor range are open.  For your safety, please note the following re-opening measures and rules for use.

    • Indoor range maximum capacity of 2 people. The only exception to this rule is if ALL individuals in the indoor range reside in the same household.
    • Cough fever, sniffles, any cold symptoms - stay home
    • Hand sanitizer and surface disinfectant have been provided
    • If you touch it, you clean it!
    • High touch surfaces and washrooms will be cleaned once a week
    • the outdoor range logbook is once again inside the clubhouse
    • a bin of clean golf pencils have been provided. If you use one, please place it in the used container for sanitizing
    • For sanitary reasons a digital logbook option is now available. Members can email with the range of use, member name and #, number of guests, date & time in/out, plus firearm type used and # rounds fired
    • use of the logbook is critical for our lead management program and is mandatory as per the Club Rules and Regulations
    The security camera system has been upgraded to support enhanced monitoring
    If you have any questions please email 

    REMEMBER: Shooters must follow the Provincial Health Officer’s physical distancing recommendations and keep themselves 2 metres apart while on site as much as possible.

    If you are feeling sick, stay home. No exceptions. 

  • May 10, 2020 10:18 PM | Anonymous

    Are you concerned about the recent Federal Government Order in Council that marks the first step in the ban and confiscation of multiple models of firearms that were legally possessed by Canadian firearms owners for the purpose of hunting, collecting or sports shooting?

    If so there are things you can do. This information is being posted to provide resources for members convenience and, with respect to non shooting members of the club, this information should not be considered representation of the views of any member or of the Sunshine Coast Rod and Gun Club as a whole.

    Here is a  Guide To The Ban Of So-Called “Military Type Assault Rifles” published by the NFA.

    Some things you can do:

    1.       Sign Petitions to the Prime Minister
    2.       Write to your MLA and MP (Sample Wording below)
    Patrick Weiler, Member of Parliament for Sunshine Coast
    Telephone: 604-913-2660
    Send Mail to:
    Patrick Weiler
    House of Commons *
    Ottawa, Ontario,
    K1A 0A6

    * Mail may be sent postage-free to any member of Parliament

    Nicholas Simons, Member of Legislative Assembly for Sunshine Coast
    Telephone: (604) 741-0792
    Toll Free Phone: 1-866-373-0792
    Send Mail to:
    Nicholas Simons, MLA
    109, 4675 Marine Ave.
    Powell River, BC   V8A
    3.       Stay Informed and consider supporting the CCFRA and NRA
    a.       Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights
    b.       CCFR Going to Court – Charter Challenge
    c.       National Firearms Association of Canada

    Sample wording for letter to MP and MLA (customize as desired)

    Mail and email your letter. It has more impact if signed and mailed to your MP

    Dear Mr. _______,

    I am writing today as one of your constituents to express my disbelief and disappointment over the action taken by Mr. Trudeau and the federal government against legal firearm owners.

    As a lifelong target shooter, shooting sports enthusiast, legal firearm owner and individual affected by the recent action, I strongly feel that the use of an order-in-council ban is an egregious overstepping of the legislative process, and that the action taken will be completely ineffective in combating crime and gun violence in Canada. It is widely documented that the overwhelming majority of firearms used in crime are smuggled into the country illegally and used by criminals who do not abide by the law. Legal firearm owners in Canada are among the most thoroughly vetted individuals and are statistically less likely than other residents of Canada to commit crime. This order-in-council action unfairly targets the legal firearm owner community in what appears to be an attempt to show false progress on combating crime and simultaneously fails to address the issue of criminal gun violence.

    I believe that bypassing the legislative process via an order-in-council action is extraordinarily undemocratic and reinforces my confidence in my decision to not vote Liberal in federal elections.

    I implore you to consider the facts, consider the results of Petition e-2341 and encourage Mr. Trudeau and his cabinet to rethink this misstep.

    Yours sincerely,
    <Full Name>

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