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The Silvercore National Pistol Shoot

Announcement October 29, 2019

Meet | Compete | Shoot | Win 

A Canada Wide Shooting Competition Bringing Together Canadian Silvercore Gun Club Members

The purpose of this pistol shoot is to offer all Silvercore Gun Club members who are competitors, both new and experienced, an opportunity to participate in a nationwide postal pistol shoot competition. The Silvercore National Pistol Shoot aims to bring together our Canadian community members in a fun and inclusive competition.

The only requirement associated with participating in the Silvercore National Pistol Shoot is that all participants must be a valid member of the Silvercore Gun Club. Not a member? Register here!

The competition will begin on October 29, 2019, and run until March 31, 2020. Submissions must be sent via snail mail, and to be eligible to win Silvercore must receive your submission by the deadline of April 13, 2020, our winners will then be announced on April 17, 2020. 

Thank you to Drummond ShootingPoco Military & Kent OutdoorsDlask ArmsReliable Gun, and of course Silvercorefor donating a variety of fantastic prizes, including Post Topper Target Hangers, a 6” AR500 Round Target, a Glock G19 Gen 4 9MM, a Carbon Fibre 10-22 Barrel, a Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 9MM, and much more! These companies are local to British Columbia, but don't worry, all of these stores have online shops, so they are accessible to all Silvercore Gun Club members nationwide! 

Shoot Conditions

In the Silvercore National Pistol Shoot, there will be four categories available for competitors to participate in. However, a competitor may only submit one category for the purpose of this match. The categories consist of the following:

  1. Revolver.
  2. Semi-Automatic Pistol.
  3. .22.
  4. Under 20 years old.

Authorized firearms for use in this competition include Revolvers and Semi-Automatic Pistols. Participants may only use one firearm to compete in the Silvercore National Pistol Shoot. 

For all match conditions, including a list of available prizes, requirements, and targets required, please review the entire Entry & Rule Book and Entry Form

We are proud to be a part of the Canadian firearms community, and that is why we created an event that celebrates and brings together all Silvercore Gun Club members, no matter your location! So, participate, share with your friends and submit your targets! We look forward to marking your submissions and announcing our winners. 

We're ready for you to participate, are you? Remember to read the Entry & Rule Book and Entry Form. These two documents provide you with everything you'll need to participate according to the outlined Silvercore National Pistol Shoot rules. 

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