Like every organized sport, the shooting sports have particular rules for each event and discipline. Every shooter has a responsibility to be fully informed of all current rules and regulations. The following are only a few for quick reference. The ISSF governs the competitive rules of all Olympic shooting.
Please refer to the RCMP for the most authoritative rules pertaining to the ownership, storage and transportation of firearms in Canada.
In addition to the above, any member of the SFC is required to comply, at all times, with the Shooting Federation of Canada’s bylaws, policies, procedures, and rules and regulations, as adopted and amended from time to time. Members pledge to ensure adherence to the rules of the sport and the spirit of those rules. In particular, refraining from engaging in deliberate cheating which is intended to manipulate the outcome of a competition and/or not offer or receive any bribe which is intended to manipulate the outcome of a competition.
* Please note the current ATT rule (Bill C-71) allowing transportation only: