Match dates have been selected for 2016. There have been a few changes to annual memberships, shooting fees, and participation rules.
Unfortunately, the CFO has not approved the long range, or pistol bays, and we have no approval date in sight. Therefore, we will be operating off of the 100m and Shotgun Range for the foreseeable future. We are working on solutions to provide more stages, in order to alleviate shooter congestion.
Skills & Drills dates will be emailed out on a monthly basis. If you are interested in Skills & Drills, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or attend a match.
Match Attendance & Shooting Fees:
If your are interested in participating in a CHAS 3GUN event, you must be a paid member of CHAS, or a guest of a member.
There are NO ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEES for this league.
Match fees are $40 PER MATCH. WE WILL BE LOWERING THE FEE T0 $20 UNTIL THE RANGE IS FULLY OPEN.
Guests must pay their Genesee Guest fee, through their supervising host.
3GUN Match Instructions
CHAS Genesee Range.
8:00 AM - Set up begins (All shooters expected to assist).
10:00 AM - Safety brief & walk through.
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM - Shooting Stages.
4:00 PM - Tear down & clean up (All shooters expected to assist).
NOTE: The shooting day may go longer than scheduled, depending on the number of shooters and stage condition for the day. Be prepared to stay until 6:00 PM, or sun down, whichever comes first.
Round Count for Matches:
Each match will have different stages with some variation in the total number of rounds required to complete those stages. Your shooting ability and equipment will dictate how many rounds you use, with better shooters, using less rounds to complete each stage.
It is highly recommended that you confirm the zero on your carbine/rife optic, and know your holdover/adjustments for distances out to 300m. The following is a generous daily round count for even the most inexperienced shooter.
The Canadian Historical Arms Society (CHAS) 3GUN league is a subsidiary club of CHAS with events held at the Genesee Range. The league focuses on promoting the sport of 3 Gun by shooting dynamic, practical shooting stages in a competitive environment.
Our scoring system is based upon the time it takes to complete a stage, with penalties for missing targets, or failing to complete certain portions of the stage.
Our shooting stages are designed to challenge shooters of all skill levels and equipment.
The Genesee Range facility is located near the Genessee power plant 45 minutes West of Edmonton Alberta. Come check us out!