Crean Hill Gun Club

Serving the Sport Shooters of the District of Sudbury Since 1965




The following club members were elected as Board Members

at the Annual General Meeting held on November 22, 2018,

and elected to the offices noted.

Steve Hogan (President)

Len Walker (Vice-President)

Gordon Boyer (Treasurer)

Guy Rochette (Secretary/Membership Director)

Pauline Newman (Assistant to the Secretary)

Mike Depatie (Gun Show Director)

Rob Boyer

Pierre Bonin

Chris Caron

Trevor Weise 

Contact information for each Director will be posted on the Members Only Page.

The next General Meeting of the Membership

is being held on

Thursday, January 24, 2019, at the club house starting at 7:00 p.m.

If you wish to renew your memberships at the meeting, 

please arrive at 6:30 to allow the

Membership Director and Secretary to accept your renewals.

Please direct any membership renewal questions to the Membership Director!

Persons wishing to obtain membership information directly may attend

any monthly membership meeting at 6:30 to speak with the Membership Director.


We have a Firearms Licence Instructor in our Midst

Director and Club Secretary Guy Rochette will be 

will be scheduling some CFSC (PAL) and CRFSC (R-PAL) courses in the new year.

If you’re interested in taking one of the courses, please contact Guy Rochette

by using the button below, or call:


November 11, Remembrance Day

One of our senior, valuable members, wrote the poem

below on September 5, 2008.

Many thanks to Tom Grylls who is a constant 

source of inspiration to all of our members

and a mentor to many.

The Board of Directors

Crean Hill Gun Club

November 11, 2018

No Man’s Land

We heard the call to come and save

Those beaten down by those depraved.

We left our homes so far away

And all we love remains away.

We do not fight for gold or fame

It is our job just the same.

So here I am fighting to bring peace in no man’s land.

I hear the shells in dark of night.

They come so close each time we fight


And in the day you cannot see

Those who would kill my friends and me,

And women and children indiscriminately.

So here I am fighting my way through no man’s land.

I hold his hand, his eyes are dim.

He speaks no more, no life within.

He was my friend and will always be,

Never erased by a dark enemy.

I mourn my loss, his loss of life,

He left a child, he left a wife.

My friend is dead and fights no more in no man’s land.

And if that time should come to be

When we have set these people free,

Those who’ve passed on will smile down,

They've helped bring peace to every town.

I ask you now, I’ll ask you then.

Please take my hand and bring me home,

Please take my hand and bring me home


Please take my hand and bring me home from no man’s land.

Thomas C. Grylls

September 5, 2008

Dedicated to the Honour and Memory of all those brave Canadian’s who fight and who

 have fought and who have died in WW 1, WW 2, Korea, Bosnia, Afghanistan 

and No Man’s Land.

I.P.S.C. Black Badge Course

May 3, 4, 5, 2019

This very popular course is being offered once again this spring.

The course takes place from Friday at 6:00 p.m. at the club house


continues on Saturday & Sunday from 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.

on the indoor range and at the club house.

Successful completion of this course will provide you with

membership in the 

International Practical Shooting Confederation (Ontario)

and allow you to compete in any match in the world that is sanctioned by the

International Practical Shooting Confederation.

The course will be taught by

Black Badge Instructor Leo Cossetto

who has been at our club many times as an instructor.

Several people have already expressed an interest in this course.

If you are serious about taking it, make the commitment now.

For further information contact Course Coordinator Tom Grylls by

completing the dialogue box below!

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Gun Repairs & Re-finishing!

Kent Hill,

a colleague and supporter of our club, has opened a new business!

Notch and Post Custom Inc.

Kent runs a small licensed shop offering: 

general gunsmithing; 


tuning; and, 


for restricted, non-restricted and prohibited handguns.

Kent is a Certified Glock and AR armorer.

For refinishing, he uses Duracoat firearms finishes

 and they are available in over 300 colours, 

with over 30 Camo patterns available as well.


There are also a number of traditional finish replicators in their line, 

so you can have the look of bluing without the worry of rusty fingerprints 

if you forget to wipe a gun down after a day in the field or on the range.

Right now they are on Facebook at Notch and Post Custom

And on instagram at notchandpostcustom.

or email at [email protected]

They can also accept firearms by mail.

Next Club Level Safety Course

Notice of Handgun Safety Training Courses for new members will be found here.

All courses are held at the Club House starting at 7:00 p.m.

Present members may take the safety course as a refresher at no charge

This course is required by the Regulations under the Firearms Act for all new members.

Please contact Education & Safety Officer Gord Boyer by clicking on the link below

if you wish to attend this course.

Firearms Licence Renewals

Do not let your PAL expire!

Below is the link to the RCMP licence renewal web-page.

Please Direct All Membership Inquiries to

Membership Director Guy Rochette by using the link below.

Club members seeking to upgrade their PAL's to include Restricted Firearms please

contact Firearms Instructor Guy Rochette 

Newsletters are occasionally released by the Chief Firearms Office for Ontario.  

To obtain a copy of the news letters in our possession,

please click on the buttons below.