ICORE is a growing sport in Canada, with a small but active group of clubs coming on board. If your club would like information about this dynamic shooting sport, please visit the ICORE.org site to learn more, then contact the Canadian ICORE representative for more details about starting ICORE at your club.
FRPC started its ICORE shooting program in summer 2014, under the very able direction of Rod Brown. Approximately 12 - 15 local shooters are showing enthusiasm and turning out for practice nights and matches. We have now hosted 12 matches over three seasons, including the 2014, 2015 and 2016 'International Postal Match.' Match attendance has been as high as 33 with shooters coming from as far away as Montreal and South Western Ontario. ICORE is thriving at FRPC.
A person does not have to be a member of ICORE to shoot a practice or match at FRPC. But you must have demonstrated the ability to draw and holster a revolver and maintain safe handling of the gun, similar to what you would find in IPSC, IDPA or at an FRPC 'Tuesday night Action Shooting practice' in Range C.
ICORE has been a discipline at Sharon Gun Club since 2013 and the club hosts monthly matches between May and October.
Dates for upcoming matches at Sharon Gun Club are listed on the match calendar section of this website.
For more information about shooting ICORE at Sharon Gun Club, please send an e-mail to Tony.
To participate in these matches, competitors must possess a recognized holster shooting qualification and be an active shooter in that discipline. Examples of disciplines with recognized holster qualification include IPSC, CDP and PPC.
PFGA will be running 3 indoor winter matches this year. Each match we see new shooters coming out and shooting. PFGA is fortunate to have a top shelf indoor facility to keep the sport going throughout the winter months. Anyone wishing to know more about participating in these matches can feel free to contact me by email. Thanks for everyone's support during the winter months. Map and directions to the club can be found at www.pfga.ca
A general club safety policy is read before commencing the match.
We have toilet facilities on site at the ranges, we will provide bottled water, and our Club House will be open. We hope to hold a BBQ after the match depending on the availability of volunteers. Special note, for July 30 setup we may not have time for the setup crew to shoot. If that is the case setup crew can shoot Sunday at no cost.
To participate in these matches competitors must possess a recognized holster shooting qualification and be an active shooter in that discipline. Examples of disciplines with recognized holster qualification include IPSC, IDPA, CDP, USPSA and PPC. Members of the Smiths Falls Fish and Game Club must at minimum have passed the Club Handgun and Holster course.
Lower Trent Valley revolver enthusiasts have been attending ICORE matches at other clubs (and often winning!) for a few years. With some encouragement we hope they will host a match or two themselves sometime soon!
Any rounds in the ground or that leave the range will result in a DQ for the match. All current ICORE rules apply to each match.
A new club has joined the ICORE Canada ranks!