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Courtesy of Vera Carter:

Need your help to take this viral - PLEASE SHARE.
The government wants to hear a diversity of views on how to reduce violent crime in Canada and whether a BAN ON HANDGUNS AND ASSAULT WEAPONS would be the best way to address the problem. Public consultation is open until November 10.
Police forces are implying that illegal 'illicit' firearms are coming from legal owners through theft or sales, hence the need to ban legal ownership of firearms in Canada.
also from Thursday’s CTV news post:


Hugh Williamson Precision / Real World Results With HWP Barrels
« on: October 10, 2018, 05:33:23 PM »
Lots of shooters have been turning in great results with HWP barrels, here are some of the higher finishes I am aware of:

At the World Championships in New Zealand all of Canada 1 team used HWP barrels and finished 5th overall in the World in the 2-Gun Championship. Hugh Williamson was 6th in the World in the individual results.

Peter Smith was 2nd in the HV 100 at the IBS National Championships with a .1776" Aggregate

Rob MacLennan was 3rd in the HV 200 at the NBRSA National Championship with a .1939" Aggregate

Rick Pollock was 2nd in the Sporter 100 at the NBRSA National Championships with a .1670" Aggregate.

Hugh Williamson was 1st in the HV Grand Aggegate at the NBRSA National Championships with a .1798" Grand Aggregate. Earning 2 Hall of Fame Points for this!

Hugh Williamson was 2nd in the 3-Gun at the NBRSA Nationals with a .2073" Aggregate, missing first place in the 3 Gun by only .007"!

Hugh Williamson was 1st in the HV 100 at the IBS Nationals with .1732" Aggregate. Earning a Hall of Fame Point for this.

Hugh Williamson, Rob Seemann, and Rick Pollock took the top 3 places at the BRSC National Championships this year using HWP barrels.


BR Equipment + Components / 6mm Bullets for sale (Sold)
« on: October 09, 2018, 07:44:14 AM »
I have for sale various small lots of 6mm bullets for sale. These are made by Hugh Williamson. There are 7.5 ogive,  7/9 double radius, and 8 ogive. About 4000 bullets available, bags range from 35 to 300 bullets. Mostly boat tails. Each bag represents a different lot. These are $.20/each plus shipping.
Contact me if you are interested.

Now Sold

Courtesy of Michel Ouellet:

Here the results for the match  19 august 2018 in Club de tir Sandhill Québec Canada

The weather was sunny,some wind and mirage  .A lot of ‘’X’’ but not to many 250

Reminder to everyone that Rosebud will be hosting their last shoot of the 2018 season, the Alberta Provincials on September 1/2. This will be the conventional format of a LV and HV shoot at 100 yards on Saturday, and a HV then LV shoot at 200 yards on the Sunday.

The range will open for practice on the Friday, and camping is available with prior notice.

Interested shooters should contact me at as we always like to get an idea of attendance when organizing helpers.

Club Events / IBS Nationals - Weikert
« on: August 15, 2018, 12:36:58 PM »
Lots of Canucks in here.

Just a reminder that the BRSC Super Shoot will take place the weekend of August 18/19. The format will be LV 100 and then HV 100 on the Saturday and then HV 200 and LV 200 on the Sunday. First shots at 9am. The range is open for practice on the Friday, any out of towners should get in touch with me to arrange access. Camping is allowed, and again anybody wanting to camp should let me know.

We will gather round the BBQ on the Saturday after shooting has finished to tell some stories and grill some meat. Note that you will need to bring your own food and drink for this one.

And lastly please let me know if you plan to attend so we can plan the helpers accordingly.


Latest News and Discussions / Welcome to the F-Class and TR Section
« on: August 08, 2018, 02:19:17 PM »
One of the reasons was created was to give BR shooters a place to communicate outside of the general firearms forums already in existence in Canada. To that end I felt it would helpful to create a place for F-Class and TR shooters to communicate among like minded competitors. Feel free to take advantage of this addition to the

Hugh Williamson Precision / Website
« on: August 08, 2018, 02:17:03 PM »
HWP now has a website up and running at

Thanks to Michel Ouellet for sending these results!

This will be a 4-Gun shoot, Sporter, Light Varmint, Heavy Varmint, Unlimited Class. Course of fire is all at 100 yds, 5 shot groups, and order of fire will be SP, LV, on Saturday, and then HV, UNL on Sunday.

We will have a BBQ on the Saturday after the shoot is over. Bring your own meat for the grill, the club will supply the side dishes and soft drinks and chips.

As per the normal procedure please contact me if you are planning on attending that way we can line up a suitable number of helpers.

Lastly, any out of towners will need to contact me for gate code access, and permission for camping if they are planning to camp.

Hope to see everyone there!

Plenty O Patches / Welcome to Plenty O Patches!
« on: July 09, 2018, 07:36:57 AM »
I am pleased to welcome Dan and Sue Opel and their company Plenty O Patches as sponsors of the Benchrest in Canada Forum. Dan and Sue are longtime supporters of benchrest shooting in Canada. I encourage our community to support Plenty O Patches in return. Rick

Hugh Williamson Precision / Welcome to Hugh Williamson Precision
« on: June 28, 2018, 04:46:38 PM »
This section has been created to provide a venue for HWP to offer barrels and other items for sale. Check back here to see what is currently available and what is upcoming with HWP. In the near term please direct any HWP inquiries to my attention: or call 403-554-6772.

Club Events / Sand Hill Results for June 3
« on: June 11, 2018, 07:10:25 PM »
Once again thanks to Michel Ouellet for sending these results to us!

Thanks to Michel Ouellet for sending these results!

Rimfire results

Centerfire Results

BRSC - Benchrest Shooters Canada / Selkirk Shoot May 19/20 2018
« on: June 02, 2018, 12:33:26 PM »
Thanks to Ron McDaniel for sending these results!

Reminder to everyone our first sanctioned shoot this year is the Heavy Iron shoot on June 9/10. Basically it is the anything goes class (unlimited) on both days. We will shoot 5 shot groups at 100 yards on Saturday morning and 10 shot groups at 100 yards on Saturday afternoon. On Sunday we will shoot 10 shot groups in the morning and 5 shoot groups in the afternoon, all at 200 yards.

Those planning to camp at the range, or those needing access on the Friday practice day need to contact me for arrangements.

Let me know if you are planning to come so we can be sure to have the correct amount of volunteers.


About This Forum / Moderator/Administrator Contact Information
« on: April 13, 2018, 09:16:14 AM »
If required here it is Rick Pollock: Four O Three 554 6772 or you can always email

Club Events / Shamrock 2018 - Dublin, Georgia
« on: March 25, 2018, 04:53:40 PM »
6 Canucks made the treck to Dublin, Georgia for the Shamrock. Great showing by all.

Rob S + Matt W

Hugh W + Matt W

Wayne C + Matt W

Club Events / Cactus Classic 2018
« on: March 14, 2018, 03:56:28 PM »
12 Canadians made the trek to Phoenix to participate in the 2018 Cactus Classic. Here is an excellent write up of the event by Ryan Neal:
Thank you for coming out to shoot the 2018 Cactus Classic. We are thrilled to say that this match saw a total of 157 shooters this year, the largest that we have seen in quite some time! Shooters from as far away as Sweden came out to enjoy a mostly sunny week.
The first few days of practice saw quite  a bit of wind in the morning, but the rest of the week saw some pretty mild, even if sometimes switchy, conditions. We ended the week of practice on Friday night with a banquet where we gave away prizes that were donated to the match by various sponsors; including scopes, barrels, stocks, and more.
Saturday we started with Light Varmint 100 yards. Durward Wofford took match 1 with a 0.123, Keith Cottrell took match 2 with a 0.109, Dean Ekstrom took match 3 with a 0.102 which earned him small group for the LV-100, Peter Haxel took match 4 with a 0.105, and Joe Pipola took match 5 with a 0.120. Larry Baggett came in 3rd in the LV-100 agg with a 0.1856, Hugh Williamson came in 2nd with a 0.1834, and Jonas Sandberg came in 1st with a 0.1818.
 Wayne Miller came in 3rd with a 0.2220,
In the afternoon we shot Heavy Varmint 100 yards. Tom DeBacco took match 1 with a 0.095 which got him small group for the yardage, Gabriel Ledesma took match 2 with a 0.116, Lowell Frei took match 3 with a 0.104, Jack Childers took match 4 with a 0.129, and Greg King took match 5 with a 0.106. Keith Cottrell came in 3rd in the HV-100 agg with a 0.1976, Robert Seeman came in 2nd with a 0.1920, and Wayne Campbell came in 1st with a 0.1864.
Sunday morning’s weather took a turn and we ended up with pouring rain in the early morning. Unfortunately for the target crew, it was still pouring while they were putting in the targets. Luckily for our shooters, the rain calmed down by the time we started shooting. The rest of the day saw sunny and fairly calm conditions.
We shot Heavy Varmint 200 yards first on Sunday. William Marsh took match 1 with a 0.271, Dennis Wagner took match 2 with a 0.242, Dennis Thornbury took match 3 with a 0.201 which got him small group for HV-200, Richard Brensing took match 4 with a 0.209, and Dennis Thornbury took match 5 with a 0.252. In the HV-200 agg, Bob Scarbrough came in 3rd with a 0.1921, Dean Ekstrom came in 2nd with a 0.1867, and Wayne Campbell came in 1st with a 0.1731.
In the afternoon we shot Light Varmint 200 yards. Lester Bruno took match 1 with a 0.235, Paul Pennell took match 2 with a 0.241, Gabriel Ledesma took match 3 with a 0.253, Joel Nader took match 4 with a 0.121, and Jack Neary took match 5 with a 0.109 that got him small group for the yardage. For the LV-200 agg,  Jack Neary came in 2nd with a 0.1823, and Joel Nader came in 1st with a 0.1821.
For the Light Varmint grand agg, Jack Neary came in 3rd with a 0.2173, Joel Nader came in 2nd with a 0.2127, and Jonas Sandberg came in 1st with a 0.2042. For the Heavy Varmint grand agg, Dean Ekstrom came in 3rd with a 0.2189, Dave Gibson came in 2nd with a 0.2150, and Wayne Campbell came in 1st with a 0.1798. In the end for the 2-Gun grand agg, Andy Shifflett came in 5th with a 0.2331, Jack Neary came in 4th with a 0.2327, Dean Ekstrom came in 3rd with a 0.2308, Joel Nader came in 2nd with a 0.2188, and Wayne Campbell came away our 2018 Cactus Classic 2-Gun winner with a 0.2100.
Another big thank you for making the trip out here to Phoenix, we are thrilled that we had such a great showing this year and always appreciate you choosing the Cactus as one of your must-attend matches. We hope to see you next month for the April 7th-8th Unlimited 5-shot Season Closing Match.
To view pictures from the 2018 Cactus Classic, visit our Flickr page at
For more information about the Arizona Bench Rest Shooters, visit our website at

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