Canadian National Police Pistol Combat Championships; RP, RH & CH closed all day

Preparation and Sight-in day for our Big PPC (Police Pistol Competition) Match of the Year!!

The year, we are please to host the Canadian National Police Pistol Combat Championships.  This is an invitational match that attracts shooters from not only Vancouver Island, but the whole of Canada, with guests that come to participate from as far away as the USA & Europe.  

We expect to have a total of around 50 shooters to participate.

The Colwood PPC Club, our PPC section of the Victoria Fish & Game Club, is proud to present the Canadian National Police Pistol Combat Championships for 2019.

Membership in CPCA is mandatory to participate.

We have great prizes, wonderful food, and an enjoyable atmosphere for all.

Friday is preparation and sighting-in.  Competitive shooting commences on the Saturday, and finishes on Sunday in the afternoon. 

For those who do not want to travel far to get to the range, why not bring your RV and camp at the range! You don’t have to worry about going home at the end of the night and you can stay and enjoy yourself at our banquet.


 clubhouse1Our log clubhouse has ample room for club meetings, socializing, and relaxing with friends in front of a large fireplace. Meal preparation for special events is enhanced thanks to a fully-equipped kitchen, while a covered BBQ pit sits just outside.   The clubhouse is wheelchair accessible. Washrooms and showers are also available.

Range House

Located behind the rifle range, the rangehouse is ideal for small meetings and training sessions. It includes a fireplace and small kitchen facilities.

Rifle/Pistol Range

This range is located on the mid-level area of the property. This is a dual function range with covered stations. The East side of the shooting gallery has target rails at 25 and 50 yards. The West side of the shooting gallery has target rails at 25, 50, 100, 200, and 250 yards. Small bore rifle metallic silhouette rails are at 40, 60, 77, and 100 metres. Un-sighted or Rapid fire is NOT permitted on this range; all firing must be controlled & sighted;   All bullets/projectiles must end up in the down-range berms, NOT the side-berms.