Our Clubs

Whether to try something new, or increase your skill level, the Saskatoon Wildlife Federations clubs have something for all ages and all levels of expertise.

Archery Club

Required entry level: Beginner
Club Contact: sssacregister@gmail.com
The Saskatoon Straight Shooters Archery Club runs the archery programs at the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation. The SSSAC offers both youth and adult programs, as well as private group bookings. We are a Saskatchewan Archery Association-affiliated club.

Our youth program (Junior Olympic Program) runs from September to May at the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation indoor range. Youth archers submit scores and earn badges while working on their archery skills. We occasionally have fun shoots and 3D shoots, as well as attend other tournaments and the Provincial JOP Championship each year.

Our adult program is open to anyone over the age of 16 who is shooting at an 18-meter distance or further. This program runs from September to May at the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation indoor range. The adult program also participates in a Mail Match and does fun shoots and 3D shoots on occasion. Many of our adult members attend the SAA Provincial Tournament each year.

Private Group Bookings are available- contact the club for details. Our club can supply equipment for these bookings, or you may bring your own. One of our two certified coaches will run these bookings and teach basic introductory archery.

Archery Club
Biathalon Club

Biathlon Club

Required entry level: Beginner
Club Contact: saskatoonbiathlonclub@gmail.com
We are a small, growing club on the lookout for new members! Biathlon is an Olympic sport that combines cross-country skiing with small bore rifle marksmanship. The Saskatoon Wildlife Biathlon Club is a place where aspiring biathletes can learn the basics of skiing and shooting, as well as hone their skills. Programs run through the winter season at the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation Silhouette outdoor range. Learn-to-shoot, recreational athlete, and competitive athlete programs are available for ages 8+.

Saskatoon Rifle & Revolver Club

Required entry level: Beginner
Club Contact: srrc.exec@gmail.com

• International Practical Shooting Confederation (ISPC)
• Canadian Police Combat
IPSC is a style of shooting that attempts to measure the ability to shoot rapidly and accurately with a handgun, rifle, and/or shotgun. Three elements (speed, accuracy, and power) form the sides of the practical shooting triangle. By design, each match will measure a shooter’s ability in all three areas. Learn more at www.ipsc-canada.org.

PPC is a somewhat slower type of target shooting, and is a great way to get a new shooter into competition, and hone the skills of sight alignment and trigger control. There are both traditional revolver and semi-auto classes. Learn more at www.cpca-ppc.org.


Saskatoon Rifle & Revolver Junior Club

Required entry level: Beginner
Club Contact: swf.srrc.juniorprogram@gmail.com

The Saskatoon Rifle and Revolver Junior Club, operating in partnership with the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation, offers a junior shooting program for youth 10 years and older. The youth are taught competition-style air rifles and air pistol target shooting. All equipment, targets, and pellets are supplied.

Levels in the Program

As the youth gain accuracy in their shooting, they work through various levels of achievement. Some choose to display their levels in the form of rings on a plaque. Youth earn their way to competing, if they wish, at the Provincial level, out of province, and eventually at national competitions.

Introductory Program

The Introductory Program begins with a safety talk and orientation. Youth start on air rifles and, at a certain level, can try air pistols if so desired. Focus at this stage is learning how to use the sights and getting their shots close together. Eventually, they are shooting without a stand and work on gaining balance and accuracy.

High-Performance Program

In competition, women and men shoot 60 shots. High-performance shooters can compete at events such as Grand Prix in Toronto, Canada Winter Games, Nationals, and eventually earn a position on the Canadian National Junior Team or on the Developmental Team for Canada.

Successes of the Junior Athletes

Commonwealth Games as a Canadian Competitor

Junior Olympics in Sydney Australia

Canada Winter Games Gold medalist in 2011 and 2015

Canada Winter Games Silver and Bronze medalists in 2015

National Competition medalists in 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015

ISSF Junior Cup 2015

Pan Am Games 2015

Memorial Airgun Match 2016 (Olds, AB) – Gold, silver, and bronze junior medalists

The Junior Shooting Program was featured in the Canadian Firearms Journal (May- June 2016)

Junior Outdoors Club

Junior Outdoors Club

Required entry level: none
Hosts multiple activities throughout the year for Saskatoon Wildlife Federation youth members

The Junior Outdoors Club is currently seeking a dedicated coordinator to plan and execute events for Saskatoon Wildlife Federation youth members.  If you are interested in volunteering for this position, please email office@swildfed.ca with your information and a short introduction.