Our Sports

The Sharon Gun Club provides support for a number of shooting disciplines.  We encourage our members to learn and participate in different types of shooting.  In addition to target shooting from the bench, Sharon Gun Club encourages members to consider training and certification in additional specialties.


IPSC is an international discipline focused on a combination of time and accuracy.  It is based on shooting pistols, rifles or shotguns in a very dynamic environment.

Consult IPSC Ontario for more information.

Qualified IPSC competitors may attend matches during the spring, summer and fall.  Consult the Sharon web site for schedule information.


Bullseye target shooting is perhaps one of the oldest of all shooting sports and has evolved with many different formal sub-disciplines and categories.  Typically in bullseye competition, participants shoot from a fixed position at stationary, round, paper targets attempting to hit the center of the target with slow, precise shots.  The name of the sport comes from center of the target, known as the "bullseye".


F-Class rifle is a relatively sub-discipline of bullseye target with its origins in Canada. F-Class is a precision long distance target shooting sport, in which competitors shoot at targets between 300 and 900 meters, with the object to place shots as close to the center, or “Bull” as possible.

It is a sport that was started in Canada, by the late George “Farky” Farquharson, after whom the sport is named. This sport involves using highly accurate single-shot centerfire rifles, high powered scopes and a means of steadying the rifle such as a bipod or pedestal rest. Participants shoot at paper bull’s eye targets at long distance, where the ability to read wind and other conditions determines success.  For more information consult the International Confederation of Fullbore Rifle Associations or the Ontario Rifle Association.

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