Interested in Membership?
First of all, take a look at the descriptions of what our sections do, and decide which of them you are interested in. Contact the activity captain to coordinate a visit with your preferred section(s). Decide for yourself whether you'd like to participate.
If you decide that the NCRRA is right for you, you can download the 2019-20 Membership Application form and fill it out with your computer. (*Macintosh users: see note below.)
Please note that the free Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to complete the form and to save the completed file.**
How much does it cost?
Membership dues are for a year. The club's membership year starts in April, and ends at the end of March the following year. Fees are quite competitive with other clubs. If you're under 25, the annual fees are less than $120 per year, plus activity fees for the discipline(s) you participate in. Over 25 is more, see the membership application for details. Target Rifle and F Class shooters also pay a modest “greens fee” per visit, which covers the cost of having someone pull and score your targets. They're almost a kilometre away, remember?
So I'm a New Member – What happens now?
Your name will be added to the NCRRA-Announcements mailing list, and you'll start to receive notifications of upcoming activities and events. You'll start to attend practices, and your activity captain will help you get started. They'll be there to help you learn the range procedures and safety rules that apply to your new activity. They'll make sure someone's right there with you until they're sure you know you're okay to continue without assistance.
I don't have a Firearms Licence – What do I do?
Not a problem! You can come out and try a discipline under supervision. Each section is a little bit different, but ask the Section Captain, most times they can help. If you join the club to shoot, you're expected to apply for a Firearms License. If you need to take a Firearms Course, your Section Captain can help you arrange to take a course.
Note about access to the ranges:
The NCRRA is a civilian club that has the privilege of using the CRPTC facilities; we do not have full access to the ranges at all times. We can be bumped from our schedule at any time. Our access and priority are determined by CRPTC.