MEMBERSHIP IS CURRENTLY CLOSED
Elmira District Rod & Gun Club prides itself on being not just a shooting range, but a club for firearms and archery enthusiasts. We have some of the lowest club dues in all of southern Ontario while offering some of the best and most diverse facilities. In order to become a full member of the Elmira District Rod & Gun Club you will be required to complete our application process.
If we are accepting new members you can click here to obtain the New Member Application Form. Fill it out and come to your first meeting. We meet the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 8pm out at the club. Please ensure you hand in your application BEFORE the meeting starts to the membership chair. At this time ask the membership chair for your volunteer/shooting events form to complete. During that meeting you will be asked to stand and introduce yourself to the membership. NOTE: you will need to have your PAL/POL present as you need the number from it. After you have been added to the meeting minutes you will now be required to complete your volunteer/shooting events. NOTE: you must complete this within a year of your application or you will be required to start the process from the beginning. Once you have completed your volunteer/shooting events you will be required to get a police check from your local police station (the standard one is sufficient), a nominal fee will be charged at your local station to receive your police check. At the next meeting hand in your police check and completed volunteer/shooting forms to the membership chair. During the meeting you will be voted on by the membership for your entry in the club as a probationary member. At the end of the meeting, see the membership chair to pay your dues.
The standard annual membership rate is $200/year, plus a one-time $75 initiation fee for new members. Family membership rates are also available upon request. (Includes a discounted rate for your spouse and children under the age of 18)
You will need to set up a date and time to complete your range orientation with the club Range Safety Officer. Upon completion of that you will receive your key.
Keys are issued to new and returning members upon full payment of dues.
As a respected member of the community, Elmira Rod & Gun Club strives to conduct itself in a safe and
responsible manner at all times. As such, we have a one strike and you are out rule for any members
who break range safety or conduct rules. Be safe, use all safety equipment, and appoint a Range Officer
if there is more than one person shooting and always treat members and citizens with the respect that
you would expect in return.
Welcome to the Club!
In order to be accepted into the Canagagigue Shooting Association, prospective members are required to first be a member in good standing of the Elmira Rod & Gun Club for a minimum of six months.
Obtain a Canagagigue Shooting Association membership application and request a Range Safety Course from our Club Range Safety Officer, these courses are scheduled on a request basis.
Canagagigue Shooting Association meetings are held when requested after the Elmira Rod & Gun Club meetings.
The standard annual membership rate for the Canagagigue Shooting Association is $75/year; please note that this is in addition to your membership fees for the Elmira Rod & Gun Club. Fees collected for the Canagagigue Shooting Association go towards the cost of maintaining your ATT while those collected for the Elmira Rod & Gun Club take care of the ranges and facilities.
ATT (Authorization to Transport)
In order to transport Restricted firearms legally in Ontario, residents must be in possession of a Federal ATT (Authorization to transport) for target shooting. If you are a member in good standing who has successfully passed the safety courses and do not already have an ATT from another club, the Canagagigue Shooting Association Secretary will apply for your ATT. This process can take several weeks so apply early to avoid having to wait.