If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact or visit us. We will gladly answer your questions.
The CFSC and the ICAF courses are required.
The CFSC and CRFSC courses are required to obtain a PAL for restricted firearms. Afterwards, you must follow the Law 9 competency course, which is obligatory in all shooting ranges in Québec. If you want to become a member of the CTM, you must also follow the club safety course. You can obtain further information in the “Training & Initiations” section of our website or in the “Become a member” section.
No. You must show up in person and bring your PAL as well as your Law 9 competency card. If you are the member of another club, please bring your membership card of that club. When you come in person to the club, we will give you the form and proof of membership to obtain your authorization to transport a firearm.
Yes. You must bring your PAL as well as the registration certificate of the firearm you are bringing.
We do not give prices by telephone or email, except for items that we sell. If you want to know our prices, please show up in person at the club.
Yes. Please contact Lizie and take an appointment with her.
Yes. Every Wednesday from 7PM. Previously, you have to register on the FQT’s website (fqtir.qc.ca) – Training, Bill 9, Training Calendar, Montreal and you choose the date. You must show up at the club on the Wednesday that you registered around 6h45pm. Please consult our calendar to make sure there is a course on that particular Wednesday. You will pay the registration fees on the FQT’s website and the evening of the course, you will have to pay for the firearm and the ammunition to do the practical test. To avoid having to come back on another Wednesday night, we suggest you also follow the club security course on the same evening that starts at 6PM even if you do not wish to immediately become a member. It is possible to do the club security course at a later date. The price for that course is 70.00$ plus applicable taxes.
Yes, for a fee we provide storage for handguns.
An associate member has access to a reduced membership cost because of his work for a security agency, a police force, the armed forces, or another job in which his employment requires the use of a firearm. He must present his accreditation as such when subscribing a new membership or renewing it.
Yes. You are responsible for them at all times. As indicated in club rules, you must remain with your guest and watch him when he uses a firearm.
No. As indicated in club rules, only one firearm can be used at a firing position.
All paper and cardboard target except those having prominent human characteristics like eyes, nose, mouth, etc. Silhouettes are allowed.
NO. All such ammunition is prohibited from use in our facilities. No ammunition from the maker “MFS” can be used either.
If you are the holder of a Black Badge issued by the Quebec Practical Shooting Association or if your employment requires you to carry a firearm in a holster, you are allowed to use your firearm with a holster. Otherwise, the use of a holster is not allowed.