The Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association is hosting its annual Inter-Agency Fun Shoot June 9 at the Bond Lake Road Rod and Gun Club.
Terry Chupa, director with the WLSA, said registration and planning is already underway for the event.
“Last year was a huge success and we are going to do it again,” Chupa said.
The event is a fun, shooting event held at the WLSA gun range, featuring friendly competition between the RCMP, the Sheriff’s department and three teams of International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) members.
“If we are fortunate enough to have a military team, or a few members show up, we will look at what type of course of fire they use, if any,” he added.
“There may be an all-female IPSC team this year, as well as an “Outcast” team with one shooter from each agency/IPSC.”
Each team must consist of four members with a minimum of one female shooter from the same agency or IPSC, with a max of three teams per agency or IPSC.
If there is enough interest there will also be a tactical shoot with one, two-person team per agency.
The registration deadline for the event is May 16. Cost is $40 for WLSA members and $45 for non-WLSA members, which includes dinner and door prizes at the end of the match.
For more on the WLSA Inter-Agency Fun Shoot contact Chupa through the WLSA website at www.williamslakesportsmen.ca.