WCRA Membership Information

We should get some member's words to put here, saying why it's great to be a member of the WCRA

Matt S

We should get some member's words to put here, saying why it's great to be a member of the WCRA

Matt S

Waterloo County Revolver Association is a members only club. We’re accepting new applications here from Canadian Citizens or Landed Immigrants aged 18 and over.

You must be in possession of a valid Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

All applications are subject to the approval of the WCRA Board of Directors, the submission of an application is not a guarantee of acceptance.

the membership application is ONLY available online.

Once you’ve filled out your application, within 3 weeks you will be contacted by a safety instructor with instructions on how to proceed with your application.

You’ll be invited to a Club Meeting, where the club will vote you in (or not) and you can proceed with the next steps.

the WCRA requires new members to complete a Club Level Safety Training Course as a barrier to entry for those who don’t know where to point a gun.

 

For a minimum of 6 months after you’re voted in, you’ll be hunting 10 signatures from other members to upload to the site.

During this time, as a Probationary Member, you’ll be able to visit the club ONLY during supervised hours, and obtain the signature of the Duty Member by demonstrating safe shooting protocol as defined by the WCRA Range Rules and Procedures.

After completing their probationary period, members will be granted 24 hour access to the facilities

Annual Fees:

Membership – $225
Legal Fee – $5
CSSA – $50

One Time Fees (hopefully)

Club Level Safety Course – $50
Key Fob – $50

Full members may:

-grant Associate Membership ($125) to their direct family members
-escort guests on the premises and supervise their shooting

CSSA fees may be purchased as a family bundle for $80.

If you lose your Key Fob, a $50 replacement fee will be charged and the lost key will be deactivated.