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    Calgary Shooting Centre - News/Membership info

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    Easter marks our 7th anniversary, and we have some big news for our membership.

    Starting 1 April 2018, we will be introducing a loyalty point program for our membership. Standard members will receive 2% of every sale in CSC points. Each CSC point is redeemable for $1 in merchandise or services. Premium members will receive 3% of each sale in CSC points.

    But wait, there's more:

    We have kept our membership prices constant since we opened. This in spite of ever increasing utility costs, rising insurance costs, increased payroll costs, and most recently carbon taxes. But we are committed to providing our membership with the best shooting club, and the best value for their dollars. So, once again this year, we will be leaving our membership prices unchanged. Not only that, but renewing standard members will get 100 CSC points (a $100 value), and renewing premium members will receive 200 CSC points (a $200 value).

    Still more,

    We have been proud to offer a local hero discount on memberships to police, military, EMS, and Firefighters. This year we are extending that to retired police, military, EMS and Firefighters. We are also offering a reduced membership for armed professionals (Armoured car guards, contractors, etc). All of these members are also eligible for the 100 CSC points on renewal.
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    Right on! That is awesome news.

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    good stuff, thanks!

    from the pics, i did get excited thinking that a second location or expansion into fabric land was happening
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    Are you able to disclose what the rates will be for the Armed Professional membership?
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    Now if only you would introduce a "brass loss" program, I think I have easily lost $100 of brass shooting there in the 8 months I have been a member and will likely be why I won't renew. When I got my membership I specifically asked about this and was told "oh, don't worry, we will help you" as in sweep or offer up the sacred closed bay for walk in customers. NOT ONCE has this happened. Every time I have asked I get the "sorry, too bad" from the staff. I get the rules/insurance thing, but I sure do have a hard time leaving $10-$20 of brass on the floor there for you to pick up every time I shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docscoutjr View Post
    Now if only you would introduce a "brass loss" program, I think I have easily lost $100 of brass shooting there in the 8 months I have been a member and will likely be why I won't renew. When I got my membership I specifically asked about this and was told "oh, don't worry, we will help you" as in sweep or offer up the sacred closed bay for walk in customers. NOT ONCE has this happened. Every time I have asked I get the "sorry, too bad" from the staff. I get the rules/insurance thing, but I sure do have a hard time leaving $10-$20 of brass on the floor there for you to pick up every time I shoot.
    there are brooms around the bay, just pull back your casings with it.

    EDIT: thank you CSC, and congrats on the milestone. I hope you make it another decade, with me as a loyal customer.
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    Happy 7th Anniversary CSC!

    Already renewed for the year.

    Thanks for everything, you guys are awesome!

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    Oh wow, didn't ever think of that......you have four our five people shooting, at least a good 500-700 rounds of mixed brass already on the floor, you see how much of your brass you can get back. I hate to be a ##### about this, but .45acp and .38 super are not casings you can just toss. Average practice session for me is 2-300 rounds. I am lucky if I can get 20 or 30 back. My idea is, "hey guys, I am shooting 200 rounds of .45 today, can I get 200 cases back". Would save everyone a lot of agro and fussing about with piddly brooms annoying other shooters. Hell give me a bucket to pick through.


    Quote Originally Posted by p.Rundle View Post
    there are brooms around the bay, just pull back your casings with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docscoutjr View Post
    Oh wow, didn't ever think of that......you have four our five people shooting, at least a good 500-700 rounds of mixed brass already on the floor, you see how much of your brass you can get back. I hate to be a ##### about this, but .45acp and .38 super are not casings you can just toss. Average practice session for me is 2-300 rounds. I am lucky if I can get 20 or 30 back. My idea is, "hey guys, I am shooting 200 rounds of .45 today, can I get 200 cases back". Would save everyone a lot of agro and fussing about with piddly brooms annoying other shooters. Hell give me a bucket to pick through.
    I've seen dudes tape up a curtain to catch the brass at other ranges, maybe try that.
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    Yup, the CSC has a good thing going there.

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