The National Capital Region Rifle Association (NCRRA) is a multi-discipline shooting organization based at the Connaught military ranges in Ottawa, Ontario. The NCRRA is comprised of sections and is dedicated to furthering the development of marksmanship skills in Target Rifle, Service Conditions, Pistol and Shotgun.
Base annual general membership for 2017 is $185 ($50 for NCRRA membership plus $135 for DCRA membership). Additional annual fees apply by Section (see below). Junior members under the age of 25 pay $100, plus activity fees. An optional membership to the NDHQRA costs $5 per year and is especially recommended for serving members of Canadian Forces, Reserve or RCMP/Police.
Our History and Status
The National Capital Region Rifle Association’s (NCRRA) history is rooted in the National Defence Headquarters Rifle Association (NHQRA), which was founded in 1902 and reorganized after World War II by a small group of dedicated military and civilian shooters.
In 1985, the National Capital Region Rifle Association (NCRRA) was founded and today it is one of the largest shooting groups in Eastern Canada. NCRRA is affiliated with DCRA, which recognizes NCRRA as a body similar to a Provincial Rifle Association.