Disciplines at WCRA

The Waterloo County Revolver Association is a gun club that caters to a wide range of shooting interests and disciplines. With over 300 members, the club is a thriving community of shooters who come together to participate in a variety of practical shooting activities. The club is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for its members to engage in their chosen shooting activities, and it offers a variety of resources and support to help shooters of all skill levels improve and develop their skills. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or new to the shooting sports, the Waterloo County Revolver Association has something to offer for everyone.


IPSC is a dynamic action shooting discipline recognized around the world. Competitors are challenged to balance accuracy, power and speed. You can get started today by registering for the Black Badge course. For your convenience, the course is offered at the club during the summer months.


Also known as precision target shooting, this sport rewards those who hit the most shots closest to the Bullseye (the center of the target). Since this discipline perfects the most basic skills, it is ideal for the beginner and expert shooter alike.

Cowboy Action

Cowboy action shooting is the fastest growing shooting sport in North America with over 90,000 members worldwide registered with the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS).  It is a sport truly dedicated to the old west!

Black Powder

Black powder shooting recreates the firearms used in Canada’s history. The black powder cartridge firearms used range from the very early models to smokeless powder firearms. 

3 Gun

Three Gun Shooting is using a modern pistol, handgun caliber rifle and a semi-auto or pump shotgun.  The same rules and shooting order applies to each category at the matches. Most matches have 4 – 6 stages and will use 10 pistol, 10 rifle and 4 – 8 rounds of shotgun ammo per stage.


Silhouette involves shooting steel targets at varying distances ranging from 25 to 100 yards. Rimfire and centerfire caliber pistols are used at the WCRA.


Archery is the practice of using a bow and arrow to shoot at a target. It is a sport that has a long history and has been practiced by people all around the world for centuries.


Precision Pistol Competition (also known as Police Pistol Combat), is a shooting sport centring on precision shooting from a range of positions (standing, kneeling, sitting and lying) at differing distances and includes shooting from behind an obstacle.


Benchrest 50 (BR50) shooting is a type of competitive shooting sport that involves the use of rifles. In BR50 shooting, participants are required to shoot at paper targets from a distance of 50 yards, using a rifle that is supported on a bench or other stable platform.

Precision 22

Precision 22 shooting is a type of competitive shooting sport that involves the use of .22 caliber firearms. In Precision 22 shooting, participants are required to shoot at paper targets from a variety of distances and positions, using a .22 caliber rifle or handgun.

Black Badge Training

The IPSC Black Badge is a highly respected and comprehensive firearms training program offered by the Waterloo County Revolver Association. This course is designed to help individuals develop advanced skills in shooting and handling firearms.

Youth Introduction Class