Small Bore Rifle

Restricted Rifle & Restricted Carbine

All members must complete the club level safety course before they bring a restricted rifle or a restricted carbine to any range at Crumlin.

Click here to learn more about the mandatory course content and for information on how to enroll in the course.

Small bore rifle refers to any 22 rimfire rifle.
There is a small group of members that gather to do precision rimfire shooting. Check the event calendar for Precision Rimfire shooting times.They typically use a bolt action or semi-auto rifle, but there are some pump and lever action shooters as well.

Some events and matches and scheduled throughout the year.

Everybody has a 22 rifle and everyone is welcome to come out and try your hand at precision rimfire shooting

Where can I shoot my 22 rimfire?

  • Range 1:  (Indoor winter),  sitting, or standing,  20 yards
  • Range 4:    sitting or prone,   50, 100 yards
  • Range 5A:  from the bench, sitting or standing, 25 or 50 yards
  • Range 5B:  from the bench, sitting or standing, 15 or 20 yards
  • Range 6:    From the bench or firing line, sitting or standing, 25 or 50 yards
  • Action ranges with club approved action range RO

Where can I sight in my rifle?

To avoid errant shots hitting the ground, or missing the backstop on Range 4, when sighting in a rifle, scope or optic, the club suggests the following procedure:
  • Set up on Range 5A bench
  • set target at 25 yards
  • Take a few shots to get on target
  • The distance to the backstop is closer and in effect higher.  More likely to contain an errant shot
  • Once on target, you can move to other ranges

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