How It Started
The Kitimat Fire Mountain Shooting Club evolved from several shooting clubs such as the Alcan Pistol Club and the Anderson Creek Shooting Club.
The Anderson Creek Shooting Club had been in existence for many years as the former Alcan Police Pistol Club. It was renamed in 1997. It consisted of a 200 metre pistol/rifle range with a 100 foot covered firing line. In addition, a trap range had been built.
The range was initially cleared as a trailer park, and as the townsite developed, this was phased out. Later it was used for a go-cart track, and then it became a shooting range. Local industry and members put in the materials and work to bring it to its present state.
At the Range
The Kitimat Shooting Club offers 5 stand trap shooting.