Disciplines and Specialization


The Junior programme starts at 11yrs on Air Pistol only.  At age 12 they are given the option to shoot air pistol/rifle and/or a .22 calibre rifle (Hunting/Sporting/ISSF).
The programme focuses on the safe handling of firearms. Juniors are coached on marksmanship and the physical and mental aspects of the precision shooting disciplines.

Contact for Discipline - Juniors.brrc@gmail.com

Saturday:  9:00 am - 12:00pm


The Black Powder Section is dedicated to our heritage by use of historical firearms. One may observe and participate in the use of muzzle loading, flintlock and caplock rifles & pistols. Some members use black powder cartridges in both long guns and revolvers. The aim is toward recreational shooting with some scheduled competitions from time to time.

Contact for Discipline - blackpowder.brrc@gmail.com

Friday: Black Powder 7:00 pm - 11:00pm


The Bullseye Pistol Section shoot the International (ISSF) or Olympic pistol events. All shooting is done one-handed, unsupported, using iron sights against traditional turning targets at fixed distances. All shots are scored 1-10 and are strictly timed. The pistol section also competes in the Ontario Inter-county Handgun League with five other clubs in the region throughout the winter, along with occasional matches with neighboring clubs.

Contact for Discipline - bullseye.brrc@gmail.com

Monday: Bullseye Pistol 5.30pm - 8:30pm


The International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) Section is a dynamic shooting sport where the principles of accuracy, speed and power are balanced in a unique scoring system. Various courses of fire are used, featuring multiple, reactive and penalty targets as well as obstacles throughout the course of fire. It requires competitors to shoot fast and accurately, often shooting on the move and developing techniques and styles to shave off fractions of a second between shots, during reloads and drawing from the holster.

Participants MUST be members in good standing of IPSC to participate in this event. (Practice or matches).

Contact for Discipline- ipsc.brrc@gmail.com

Tuesday: IPSC 3:00pm - 10:00pm


Police Pistol competition involved shooting targets from various distances (3,7,15,25, and 50 yards) in a variety of positions and under different time constraints. PPC shooting focuses on accuracy with different time limits defined for each course of fire. Centre Fire Revolvers and Pistols are to be used in this sport. The discipline is open to all Holster qualified members and there is a PPC Holster qualification course held for members wanting to take part in this sport.

Contact for Discipline- Ppc.director@rangeburlington.ca

Sunday: PPC: 6:00pm - 11:00pm


This section promotes the art of small-bore (rimfire) and full bore (center fire) rifle shooting at Range Burlington. Rifle shooters develop marksmanship skills and confidence during this discipline shooting at a variety of targets placed at 25 and 50 yards 

The 6 pm line shoots 75 rounds rimfire with the option of shooting 55 rimfire and 20 rounds centerfire ammunition if the member wishes. 
The 7.30 pm line shoots 75 rounds of rimfire with the option of shooting 55 rimfire and 20 centerfire If the member wishes.

Guests are always welcome to shoot with us if accompanied by a member. Target fee is $2.

Plan on arriving 20 minutes before shooting time so you can set up your ammo and targets.

The change is optional counter fire on both lines and the note that guests are allowed when accompanied by a member     

Contact for Discipline- rifle.brrc@gmail.com

1st line shoots at 6 pm
2nd line shoots at 7.30 pm


The Silhouette Discipline consists of a Field Pistol course of fire with (chickens at 25 yards and pigs at 50yds of fire) The chickens and pigs are half-sized metal silhouettes set to fall if hit anywhere on the target. and Small-bore targets can be shot with any >22LR handgun or rifle.

Contact for Discipline- silhouette.brrc@gmail.com

Thursday: Metallic Silhouette 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm 


Cowboy Action Shooting (CAS) was started in California in the early 1980s. Since then, the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) and CAS has spread around the world in what is likely, the fastest growing discipline in the shooting sports. This a very unique discipline where period dress and scenario based courses of fire, produce a social yet competitive atmosphere.

  • Pistol caliber lever action rifle (.45 Colt, 44-40, 38 Special, 44 magnum).
  • Two single action revolvers.
  • Either a double barrel shotgun with no ejectors or a pump shotgun with an external hammer.
Duct taping a claw hammer to the butt of a modern pump action shotgun was one of the first things outlawed by the SASS rule book.

Members of the Single Action Shooting Society shoot using an alias. Some will have elaborate costumes that flesh out their “aliases” and chosen characters to add an historical dimension to the sport.

Cowboys weren’t fashion models. A pair of jeans, a work shirt and boots and a hat is a fair approximation of what the cowboy wore anyway and will do fine to start.

Contact for Discipline- western.brrc@gmail.com

 Thursday: Western Shooting: 8:30 pm 11:00 pm

Archery Range

BRRC  Is pleased to announce our new outdoor Archery range which opened in September 2020.
It is a 3 lane outdoor range with a maximum distance of 40 meters. 
There are 2 butts per lane stacked on top of each other giving extra height to catch stray arrows.
Compound or recurve bows up to 70lbs are allowed. No Crossbow or Broadhead arrows are allowed at this time.
The Archery Range is open Dawn to Dusk Supervised Sunday 11am to 1 pm Weather permitting to all members and guests of the club year long during daylight hours.
No  Pal or RPal is needed.  For more information contact brrc.archery@gmail.com

Contact for Discipline- brrc.archery@gmail.com

Open Everyday 

Advanced firearms skills

Firearms Skills Clinic is focused on the individual who is new to intermediate level in shooting sports and who wants to improve his/her skills in Pistol & Rifle.

Through various drills, practice and group/individual coaching you will establish a strong foundation in your shooting skills.
Areas of focus will be:

  • Grip

  • Stance

  • Sight alignment

  • Sight picture

  • Trigger control

  • Breathing

  • Follow through

  • Among others …

New, exciting skills and drills will be introduced at every session to make it challenging and fun, catering to all skill levels in attendance.
Finally, we will consistently be focusing on firearms safety and the skills necessary to increase your accuracy, safe handling and enjoyment of the shooting sports. As well, demonstrating a positive attitude and leadership as new ambassadors of the shooting sports.

We look forward to having you in our clinic! 

WHEN:   Every second Monday. Check the BRRC Calendar for exact dates or changes.
TIME:     8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Contact:   advanced.rifle.pistol.brrc@gmail.com


The Small-bore Section is for members who are interested in developing their marksmanship skills and/or participating in small-bore target shooting competitions.  We practice and compete in the standing, prone, and three-position events defined by the rulebooks of the Shooting Federation of Canada (SFC) and the International Sport Shooting Federation (ISSF) using .22LR caliber rifles and .177 caliber air pistols/rifles with target-grade ammunition.  Members of the section compete in the Lakeshore Small-bore Association (LSBA) matches at home during the winter and travel to the Ontario and Canadian National championships each summer.

Contact for Discipline - smallbore.brrc@gmail.com

As in previous years, there are seven Sundays during the winter shooting season where we will have the range only from 8:00am to 10:00am due to a Western (i.e., Cowboy) match.  These days currently look to be: 

October 17, 2021
November 21, 2021
December 19, 2021
January 16, 2022
February 20, 2022
March 20, 2022
April 17, 2022

The remaining Sunday: Small-bore and Air Pistol/Rifle  9:00am - 12:00pm

HOLSTER COURSE - Club Level Only

Club-level Holster Course, starting January 2022. 
Last Saturday of the month, except for July and December. 3:30 p.m.
No registration is required.
This Club-Level course teaches the BRRC-specific protocols of holster use for this range. 
Applicants must already have an appropriate holster qualification, such as: law enforcement, armed guard, IPSC, etc.

Pistol skills clinic

The Pistol Skills Clinic is designed to teach recreational pistol shooters the Principles of Marksmanship. 

Candidates must provide their own firearm, ammunition (at least 50 rounds) and safety equipment. A cap with a brim is highly recommended.
There is a mandatory Safety Briefing at the start of each clinic.

Areas of focus will be:

  • Grip

  • Stance

  • Sight alignment

  • Sight picture

  • Trigger control

  • Breathing

  • Follow through

  • Among others …

WHEN:   Every second Monday. Check the BRRC Calendar for exact dates or changes.
TIME:     8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Contact:  pistolskillsclinic@rangeburlington.ca