Elaine Hoeppner is one of only two women who do skeet shooting at the Langley Rod and Gun Club. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.

VIDEO: Giving it a shot at the Langley Rod and Gun Club

Members of the club provided free, supervised instruction during their family fun day

The Langley Rod and Gun Club offered free, supervised instruction for a variety of styles of shooting during their family fun day on Saturday, Sept. 10.

Members of the public were invited to try their hand at using rifles, fast draw pistols, shotguns, air rifles and archery.

The Club, located at 3854 208 St. in Brookswood, has been operating in Langley since 1946.

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Jonah Prosser, 9, and mom Tami visited the Langley Rod and Gun Club for the very first time during the club’s family fun day on Sept. 10. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

Jonah Prosser, 9, and mom Tami visited the Langley Rod and Gun Club for the very first time during the club’s family fun day on Sept. 10. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

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