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Our instructor is a seasoned PRS shooter who has competed throughout North America. He will brief shooters in preparing DOPE, maximize stability using bipod/shooting bags, and other shooting fundamentals to achieve best result. 

This maximum number of participants for this clinic is 10. 




You should be familier with your equipments and your rifle should be at 100m zero prior to the start of the day.


This 2-day event will take place entirely in the outdoor, therefore, you will need to dress for the weather. There will be no food service, therefore, you need to bring your lunch/water/snacks. 

We will meet at a designated location near the site and convey into our shooting area to minimize the environment impact. An off-road capable vehicle is ideal, but not necessary, to reach the destination. 


Equipment list:

  • A non-restricted rifle capable to engage target up to 800 meter

  • Minimum 100 rounds of reliable match ammunition

  • Spotting scope (optional)

  • Range finder (optional)

  • Bi-pod/tripod (recommended)

  • Shooting mat (optional)

  • Shooting bags (recommended)

  • Ballistic computer/Kestrel etc (optional)

  • Tools to make adjustment on your optic/rifle (recommended)

  • Pen & papers (recommended)

  • Lunch, water, snacks (Highly recommended)

  • Eyes and ears protection (mandatory)

  • Weather appropriated clothings (Highly recommended)


If you prefer alternate payment method, we accept e-transfer. Please contact us for e-transfer information.



We encouraging our participants to challenge themselves. They will engage targets at unknown distance after they acquired their fire solutions.  This is your opportunity to test your kit, build your Distance From Previous Engagement (DOPE), collect load data and any other information you need for your next successful hunt/competition. 

Steel targets will be set up by our staffs and those targets will be situated between 200m to 700m pending on the shooter's ability and their equipments. Shooters will arrive on site to participate in safety brief, and they will be guide to the designate shooting area. The event will take place east of the Lower Mainland and require approximately 2.5 hrs of travelling time. 




We can provide private shooting instruction to shooters who are new to the shooting sport, or to those shooters who are looking to improve/adjust their shooting ability in order to elevate their performance. 


Our private shooting instruction is structured at 2 hour intervals to maximize learning without excessive fatigue to our new shooters. Longer session can be arrange upon request.


The private shooting instruction is designed to be an ongoing training based on the shooter’s goal and ability. As the fundamental of shooting skill improves, the training will expand to cover more advance skills that are required in competition shooting or specific goal.



Abbotsford Fish & Game Club

4161 Lakemount Rd,

Abbotsford, BC

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