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LFGA meeting on Monday, Oct 17 at 7 pm. - Your turn out needed! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Scott Sweetman   
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 06:36
"LFGA Members - we are flattered! When very few people show up to meetings with an organization of almost 1700 members, that says that members are pretty happy with how the club is operating. So, thanks for the vote of confidence! The only challenge is that there are some actions that we want to make which are stalled because we don't have enough members in attendance to vote. Please come to the LFGA meeting on Monday, Oct 17 at 7 pm. Look forward to seeing you there. - President Ken Peterson
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Canadian Firearm Safety Course Available PDF Print E-mail


When there is enough interest the Lethbridge Fish and Game Association, in conjunction with the Southern Alberta Firearms Education (SAFE) Society will offers the CANADIAN FIREARM SAFETY COURSE. 

Non-Member Day Pass Requirement PDF Print E-mail

Range Fee Required For Non-Members
 LFGA Day Passes are required for non-member users eighteen or over.  Supervision by a Range Officer will be required so you should make arrangements with a Range Officer before you purchase your day pass. 

To use a Day Pass, you should first arrange for a volunteer Range Officer by sending an e-mail to the Range Officer Network at least 48 hours in advance. In your e-mail, include your contact information and what type of shooting you wish to do. A LFGA Range Officer will contact you.

Day Passes are available at
Wholesale Sports (3160 Fairway St S), Marksman Guns and Sports (312-13 St N), Section 8 Sport (3221 - 2 Ave N) and Lethbridge Tactical Supply (622-13 St N).  

The cost is
$25.00 per day for each range user who is not an LFGA member. This fee is used for insurance, operating expenses and maintenance.

LFGA Range Officers volunteer their time to assist people who wish to access the Range. If you want to become a Range Officer you must first purchase a LFGA membership, select a date from the Range Calendar and then register to take the three hour course with the Range Officer Network at