NB Clubs and Courses

NB Gun Clubs:



Upcoming Courses:

 Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) / Hunter Education Course:



Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC):



International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) Black Badge Course:

Dates to be announced. http://www.ipscnb.org/


Project Mapleseed:

Dates to be announced. https://mapleseedrifleman.com/


We do not have an official office, or staff, but we have many ways to contact us:


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Our Mailing Address is:

PO Box 4143 Stn Douglastown
Miramichi, NB
E1V 7K8

Range Location:

10231 Route 11
Redmondville, NB

Our Range is located in Redmondville, approximately 16.5 kilometers south from the Centennial Bridge and 8.5 kilometers north from the St. Margarets church on Route 11.


Range Rental

Range Rental


coming Soon

Membership Form

We have a few ways that you can apply for membership:

  • You can download and print the application form, fill out the form COMPLETELY, then complete the Application by:
    • Mailing the completed form, along with a cheque, to the Club mailing address, or
    • Scanning and Emailing the completed form, and sending an EMT payment, or
  • Or you can fill out this form right on your computer. To do that, you require Adobe Acrobat Reader:
    • Click the link below to open the form,
    • SAVE it to your desktop (This step is critical, or you will wind up sending or printing a blank form.)
    • Close the Form (again, this is critical - you likely cannot fill in a form that is open in the browser)
    • Locate the form on your desktop, and open it. It will open with Adobe Acrobat Reader, if you have it.
    • Fill it out, then either print it out, or email the completed form, and follow up with payment.
  • Or, you can drop by NAPA Newcastle, during business hours, and fill out an application form, and pay cash or cheque.

If you are renewing your membership, you must provide your old key, with your application, either at NAPA, or by mailing it to the address on the membership form.

Once your membership application has been received, it will be reviewed, and if accepted, your membership card and gate key will be mailed to the address on your membership form.

Incomplete forms WILL delay processing!

Important News about Memberships - Read this before Applying: HERE

After Reading the Above, you can Apply HERE



Wobble Trap

Wobble Trap is a variant of standard Trap Shooting. Each shooter is presented with 15 clays, and may take up to two shots at each clay, for a total of 30 rounds of ammunition per game.

The Thrower:

In this sport, there is a single trap house centered low in front of the shooters. The thrower in this house moves its aim in a random fashion, and on the "Pull" command, a clay can come out in virtually any downrange direction and angle of elevation.

The Shooters:

Five Shooters stand at five stations behind and facing the house. Each shooter, in turn, calls out "Pull", and receives one clay. A maximum of two shots may be taken at the clay, before the next shooter gets a turn with a fresh pull. Once the fifth shooter has completed his turn, the Scorekeeper may order (or the shooters may arrange on their own) a "change" of stations. All shooters to move to the next station on the right. The fifth shooter exits the station by turning to the right, and crossing behind the other stations to station #1.

Rules and Etiquette:

As each shooter completes their turn, they should not move from their station, until the shooter to the right has completed their turn. This is to ensure they do not crowd the next shooter. However, once the shooter to the right has completed their turn, each shooter should move toward their new station to allow the shooter on the left to slide in. (it's also important that the left shooter is able to shoot without being crowded by people on their right. 

Shotguns must be unloaded, and have actions open at all times, except when on their station. While on Station, a shooter will have two rounds loaded, but action open, until it's their turn to call. The shooter on the far right, when completed shooting, must remove any remaining ammunition from the firearm before leaving the station, and may reload once arrived at station 1. At no time, should a shotgun be removed from the line, or pointed in any direction other than downrange, with ammunition present in the firearm

The Wobble Trap Range at our Club was built in 2015 by members of the Shotgun Faction.

(Photo to follow soon)

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