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US Shooters – Transporting firearms

* Everyone is personally responsible to ensure they are in compliance with all firearms rules and regulations. Ignorance of the law is not an excuse. Regulations are subject to change. These tips are just a high level overview that is meant to point you in the right direction.

Tips for U.S. (and international) Mounted Shooters competing in Canada

U.S. and international competitors that wish to bring their guns to Canadian competitions have to apply for a Non-Resident Declaration and a Short Term Authorization to Transport in addition to a valid passport and a letter of invitation from the mounted shooting club.

* The Non-Resident Declaration application (form 909) - A non-resident must complete this application prior to arriving at the Border Crossing. The non-resident should not sign the application until they are in front of a customs officer.  The 909 acts as a firearms license and registration for each gun that is being imported into Canada. 909-RCMP_5589_-_Eng_Non_resident_firearms_declaration

* The 910 Continuation application - Is only required if a non-resident is bringing more than 3 firearms into Canada.910-RCMP_5590_-_Eng_Non_resident_firearms_declaration_continuation

* Non-resident Short Term Authorization to Transport (ST ATT).  This application must be completed and sent to the Provincial Chief Firearms Officer as soon as possible. Processing times vary, so do not delay in submitting this form. Even if the Chief Firearms Officer issues the ST ATT, non-resident entry to Canada rests with the Canadian Border Services Agency. Request_for_Non-Resident_ATT

  • Pistol barrel lengths below 4.25” are not legal in Canada.
  • Do not transport ammunition with the firearms. (Including blanks and even empty shell casings)
  • All firearms must have trigger locks on them when not in use.
  • Firearms must be in a locked case.
  • Firearms should be transported out of sight (i.e. Vehicles trunk)
  • You must be 18 years of age or older to use firearms in Canada.


Contact a Chief Firearms Officer: 1 800-731-4000 (for Canada and the United States)

Canadian Firearms Program: http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/index-eng.htm

Saskatchewan Chief Firearms Officer

Room 310, 1783 Hamilton Street
Regina, SK S4P 2B6
Fax: (306) 780-7400


The address for ST ATT needs to include a mailing address and the land location when applicable.

Host Club: http://www.saskcowboymountedshooting.com/



2015 SCMSA Shoots

The committees are buzzing and trigger fingers are getting itchy!

We are planning for CMSA shoots on the following dates:

Regina, SK - "Pile O Bones CMSA Classic" - November 28th, 2015 - Results are posted on CmsaEvents.com

EXCITING NEWS! Saskatoon, SK - We are launching what could be the biggest shoot Saskatchewan has ever seen!! Indoors at the Prairie Land Center (NICE venue!)  September 26 and 27. Details TBA


Thank you to our Pile ‘O’ Bones 2014 CMSA Classic Shoot Sponsors!

We could not make this happen without our sponsors generous support!

Premier Sponsors Pile O Bones 2014

Premier Sponsors Pile O Bones 2014


**I apologize if any sponsors are missing from this list! Please email garygtmm@gmail.com to make corrections. 


Pile ‘O’ Bones CMSA Classic 2014 – arrival plan

Hello Pile 'O' Bones 2014 shooters!

* Please refer to the attached arrival plan and documentation for Friday November 28th.

* Registration is between 5 and 8 pm Friday night on the main floor of barn 6.   Call Cain (306-424-7955) if you are going to be late or if you won’t be able to register in person. There will be no changes or additions to entries after 8 pm Friday night.

* Google Maps to the arena: http://goo.gl/maps/DKJP1
* Anyone wanting to move in early, or needing additional stalls, needs to contact the match director: Cain Quam   306-424-7955
* Please ensure your firearms are unloaded, have trigger locks and are stored in a locked case. Firearms should be out of sight and locked in vehicle. Shooters need to have their firearms documentation and physical PAL card.
* Canadian shooters need their mounted shooting club membership and provincial horse federation cards as well.
Arena contact:
Evraz Place 1700 Elphinstone Street, Regina, SK S4P 2Z6

**Important! No trailers are allowed on barn road for move in between 5 pm and 8pm on Friday night.  There is tie outs and cattle crossing barn road during that time**

We are very grateful to everyone for supporting this competition! We can't wait to see everyone there!


Alternate contacts: Roberta Quam 306-424-7746  Gary Charnock 306-540-7491





Cowboy Mounted Shooting Clinic – Nov 21-23,2014


DATE: NOVEMBER 21-23, 2014

LOCATION: Prairieland Park Ag Centre, 503 Ruth Street West, Saskatoon, SK.

COST: $425 (plus gst)

Introductory & Advanced

Ø Clinic will commence at 9:00 am & will conclude by 4:00 pm on Sunday.


Participants who wish to shoot must hold a current PAL, SHF membership

and SCMSA membership.

Ø Cost includes stabling Thursday night to Sunday evening (extra nights $20).


Ø Shavings available @ $7.00/bag, NO straw; please bring water pail; stalls must


left clean prior to departure.

Ø Limited number of participants.


Ø DEADLINE: November 8, 2014


FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT Brenda Sapergia, Livestock Manager

Saskatoon Prairieland Park

Tel: (306) 931-7149 Fax: (306) 931-7886

Email: bsapergia@saskatoonex.com

Pile ‘O’ Bones 2014 – Agribition CMSA Classic


Perdue Shoot Aug 2014 – Judgement Day 1 & 2

See Photos (picture credit goes to Gwen Krienke from Vanscoy. THANKS!)

Perdue Judgement Day 2014 Payouts

What a wonderful weekend (barring the weather on Day 2 which we wish we had some control over)! It was interesting to see how well people shot in the wind and at the end of the day we had some clean shooters. We are pleased (and a little proud) to have grown from a shoot with 8 competitors last year to a shoot with 28 this year.
On behalf of the Omits (Leeanne & Ian) and the O’Neail’s (Mike & Debbie) I’d like to thank Chris and Mikayla Christopherson as well as Lee and Clarence Walerius to responding to our first call for volunteers to be on the “Shoot Committee”. An extra big “Thank You” to Bob & Cathy Irwin for finding sponsorship for our shoot (I think this is why we had an increase in entries).
We would also like to shout out big Thank You’s to:
Gary – for thinking up such an awesome name for our shoot and getting it on the website for us.
Chris & Mikayla for volunteering for the weekend as our announcer and our armourer respectively.
Frank Bullin – for lending us his timer (and some extra valve stems)
Phil Woods for acting in the capacity of Match Director and helping with the parking on Friday night.
Jayne Woods for being our Gate person on Sunday.
Cain, Tom, Niels & Holly for helping the Match Director and Range master with setting up the courses.
Duncan & Cain for teaching us and helping us with the payouts.
Dora – as always thanks for your support and reassurance – we REALLY appreciate it.
Our thanks to the Living Skies Vaulting Club for the awesome job they did as Balloon Runners for the weekend. A huge job and one that makes such a difference to keeping things moving smoothly.
A BIG THANKYOU to all of our Alberta shooting pals for showing support by coming to play and compete for the weekend.
We’re already busy working on next year’s shoot. We have lots of ideas and sponsorship to pursue. I will be attending the Perdue Ag. society meeting on Sept 24th and have asked to have the SCMSA shoot put on the agenda.
Once again, thank you to everyone who helped us make this shoot a success and we invite all members to get actively involved in your club and the shoots – be it Agribition, Aylesbury, Perdue – or all of them.
Respectfully Submitted,
Debbie O’Neail

Trails End CMSA Shootout – June 7/8 2014

The 1st annual Trails End CMSA Shootout is a wrap!

The SCMSA is very grateful to all of our shooters, our sponsors, volunteers, and supporters for making this shoot happen. This was our first two day CMSA shootout and apparently the biggest shoot in Canada this year! Thanks to Meagan Charnock and Will Campbell for running the timer booth and announcing the event and Cain Quam for doing the safety meeting and guiding the "Wranglers".

Special thanks to Bob and Cathy Irwin for gathering so much sponsorship! Thanks also to Lyle and Chris Benz (Trails End Guest Ranch) for the excellent facilities and hospitality. Importantly, Tom and Dora Hakl made enormous contributions of time and effort toward this shoot! Tom Hakl really stepped up to the plate as our arena groomer and all around hard working set up and tear down dude. The advice and support from the seasoned shooters that came and supported out shoot is also greatly appreciated.

Mark your calendars! This will be an annual event and it will be even bigger in 2015.

Congratulations to all of our competitors! 

Wrangler Results

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Trails End 2014 - Payouts

Clean shooters got $136 each! Gail Cook, Jean MacMillan, Harold Oliver, Cain Quam & Denise Feenstra. Darn good shooting!


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