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.

Pistol Calibre Carbines (PCC) are
   •   22 rimfire
   •   9mm
   •   40 S&W
   •   45 ACP
They last 3 are currently classified as centrefire rifles.  The Federal Range Guidelines has set standards that centrefire rifles must be no closer than 25 metres to impact with backstops or berms.  The CFO has given us a reduction to 10 metres on fixed firing lines for PCC.

Other Carbines

Typically semi-auto.
Restricted and non-restricted.
Calibres such as 223/5.56, SKS, 308/7.65,  many more
Must be shot from a minimum of 25 metres from point of impact with backstops or berms.

Where can I shoot my carbine?

Carbines can be shot from fixed firing line ranges as follows:
• Range 1    From the bench or yellow firing line, Indoor at 20 yards. [PISTOL CALIBRE CARBINES ONLY]
• Range 4:    From bench, sitting or prone only
• Range 5A   From the bench, sitting standing
• Range 5B   From the bench, sitting or standing [PISTOL CALIBRE CARBINES ONLY]
Range 6    From the bench or yellow firing line, sitting, standing or prone
• Action ranges, except 9 and 12, with club approved action range RO

Where can I sight in my carbine?

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, move to Range 4

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