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Calgary and District Target Shooters Association

Milo and Shepard Ranges                                                                                                        


Event Contact

We do not currently have a match director for CQB events.  If you are interested in running CQB, please contact the Pistol Director.

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  • Open to 10-28 shooters (Half spots reserved for CDTSA members other half open for non members)
  • Snap shooting, rapid fire shooting, modified prone shooting
  • Advance and fire shooting
  • Rapid magazine changes
  • Gear selection, gear manipulation, gear evolution
  • What works in close and what belongs in the video games
  • What works for you and what does not work for you
  • Why you velcro or button up your pockets, vest pouches
  • CQB (non-restricted rifle) or (restricted rifle) Gear to Bring:
  • Reliable, dependable NON-RESTRICTED rifle semi-auto loader: SKS, M1 Carbine, M1 Garand, Lee Enfield, etc
  • Reliable , dependable, and tested RESTRICTED rifle & pistol
  • Optics (Aimpoint, EOTech, BUIS, iron sights, ACOG, ELCAN, 1x or 2x magnification scope)
  • Bring over 400 Rounds of carbine ammo (distances inside 50m)
  • Bring 100 rounds of pistol ammo
  • Ensure you have reliable iron sights or reliable/tested/proven optics
  • Your vest or webbing must hold the 4 x 5/20 rd magazines you will need
  • Your vest should have pouches for 2 pistol magazines (restricted CQB clinic)
  • Your vest or webbing should be reliable (read: avoid the mall ninja, airsoft renditions) so buy quality
  • Bring extra ammo whenever in doubt (better yet double the suggestions)
  • A bottle of lube (CLP, oil, grease, KY Jelly)
  • 2 or 3 pens/pencils
  • Small rag
  • Ear protection (electronic types are recommended)
  • Ballistic glasses are mandatory
  • An open mind
  • A sense of humor


All CDTSA CQB matches are held at the Milo range.  Please note the requirement to come down Range Road 223 and backtrack along Township Road 184.  Travelling this route keeps traffic down in front of the residences on Range Road 224.


The Milo range is far enough from the nearest town that you cannot run off to get lunch, water, sunscreen, etc during the match. This is an outdoor event. Sometimes it's hot, sometimes it's cold, sometimes it's windy, sometimes it's muddy.   Bring lunch, water, sunscreen, bug spray, a hat, sunglasses, etc.

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