This is the 2-day season final for the 2018 season.
Hosted at CFB Petawawa.
Day 1 - Sept 22,2018
Day 2 - Sept 23, 2018
This event will feature a total of 28 unique stages (14 per day) including our new "Extreme Long Range" stage designed to test each shooter's capabilities and their equipment.
This will be the last sanctioned CRPS event of the year that will count for the points race.
In order to accommodate various shooter's schedules we have decided to allow registration for single days. If you wish to shoot on both days, simply register for both days.
Please keep in mind that your overall placement in the match and the season points awarded will be based on your aggregate score over the 2 day match.
CRPS Finals - Day 1
CRPS Finals - Day 2
April 7, 2018 - Owen Sound, Ontario
Owen Sound, the county seat of Grey County, is a city in the northern area of Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Owen Sound is located at the mouths of the Pottawatomi and Sydenham Rivers on an inlet of Georgian Bay.
June 2 2018 - Petawawa, Ontario @ CFB Petawawa
Petawawa is a town located in eastern portion of Southern Ontario. Situated in the Ottawa Valley, with a population of 17,187. Petawawa is the most populous municipality in Renfrew County.
August 5 2018 - Taber, Alberta @ Taber Shooting Foundation
Taber, Alberta is a town in southern Alberta, Canada within the Municipal District of Taber. It is located approximately 51 km (32 mi) east of the City of Lethbridge at the intersection of Highway 3 and Highway 36.
The Taber Shooting Foundation is Western Canada's newest, largest shooting range. Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun, Action, Archery. 600yd/200yd/100yd/50yd/Action.
April 29 2018 - Valcartier, Quebec
Set in the heart of the province of Quebec, Canadian Forces Base Valcartier is the site of the 2018 Eastern Canadian Rimfire Precision Series.
August 12, 2018 - Merritt, British Columbia @ Nicola Valley Fish & Game
Merritt is a city in the Nicola Valley of the south-central Interior of British Columbia, Canada. It is 270 km northeast of Vancouver. Situated at the confluence of the Nicola and Coldwater rivers, it is the first major community encountered after travelling along Phase One of the Coquihalla Highway and acts as the gateway to all other major highways to the B.C. Interior.