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Gun range’t worry, we have put together a handy guide for your visit. COVID INFO Reservations will be required at this time as will face masks. If you’re planning on coming in to do some shooting, please pre-fill out the waiver ahead of time. Changes will happen from time to time to our operating procedures. Sign up for our newsletter to stay informed on what is happening and for updates on current guns and ammunition for sale. Greater Vancouver’s Best Gun Range Enjoy the experience from the comfort of BC’s finest gun range and Vancouver’s only indoor shooting range! Our professional staff and instructors ensure that your visit is safe, fun and memorable and our motorized return system enables you to spend more time shooting without the hassles of stopping for target returns. Looking to take a PAL course?

Why not learn right at the range? Check us out on Vancity Buzz! All customers including minors must have valid govt. Single Shooter Policy We encourage the buddy system for all first timers, and all new to the sport. We recommend shooting in a group setting and require a minimum of two people per group.

No single shooters unless you are law enforcement, military, a current member of DVC, or hold a valid PAL License. The Perfect Event Idea for Stags, Stagettes or Corporate Events Make your next event one to remember by including a stop at the DVC indoor shooting centre. We can accommodate large groups by accepting advanced reservations for groups of 10 or more. Contact Us and tell us about your next outing or event and we will make sure that everything is prepared for you. Frequently Asked Questions If you have a question, the chances are it has been answered on our Frequently Asked Questions page. Why not have a look there and see if you can find the answers you need.

Our Location We are situated on Broadway St in Port Coquitlam, approximately halfway between the Mary Hill Bypass and Kingsway Ave. If you would like exact driving directions from your location to the gun range then please visit our contact page to use the map. We will fill out all the forms and take care of the paperwork. Best of all, YOU CAN USE YOUR SUPPRESSOR AT THE RANGE WHILE YOU WAIT. What could be better than that? Once you shoot with a suppressor, you will wonder why you hadn’t done it earlier.

We are a full service range open to the public. You will receive a free 30-day membership with any firearm purchase. If you want the best price and selection, visit our online store. For those uncomfortable with the idea of carrying a firearm, we also offer a Less Than Lethal Self-Defense class. Ownership Opportunity We’re building a second tactical indoor gun range. Friendly, honest and knowledgeable are but a few of the adjectives that come to mind when describing Franklin Dickinson.

Although I have known Franklin for less than two years, I consider him one of the most responsible and respectable people I know. He keeps his appointments or will inform you of any delays. He is straight-forward and fair, almost to a fault. ME: Ok Chris, the criminal with a gun has been located and gun fire is being exchanged between the civilian and the criminal. Now the police come inside and encounter us both. Chris: Quite frankly, the civilian involved in the gunfire should expect to get shot if that’s what LE sees upon entering. Chris is a very good shot.

ME: Alright, you have your gun drawn and are just standing over the criminal you have shot, when the police round the corner. Again, should we expect to be shot? Visible hands and compliance are so important. What LE looks for is your hands, your hands, your hands. Guns don’t shoot people, knives don’t stab people, and other weapons don’t harm people. People shoot people, people stab people and people harm people and they use their hands. So if we see no threat in your hands we are going to check your surroundings and see if you have quick accessibility to a threat.

ME: What if the threat is not dead but shot and just lying on the ground? Chris: At that point you will want to do the best you can to announce to us that you have the threat and you are not going to turn toward LE. So essentially you are standing there, you are above the criminal and you hear the police enter in from the hallway. I am in here with the threat. I am not a threat, I am not a threat, I am not a threat. You have to remember, we are going to have some audible exclusions, as well.

We are going to have an adrenaline dump. We are going to have some tunnel vision. So we need you to loudly and slowly repeat yourself because when we come in, we need to know you are not going to pull the trigger, that you do have a gun, but that you are not going to make evasive moves towards us. I guess we are still covering him, do we shoot him again? Are police on scene that you’re aware of? Chris: If there is a deadly threat, then you shoot to kill. The pulling of your trigger has constituted the use of deadly force, and that is what you should expect to accomplish. Chris: As a civilian, and as a LEO, if you pull the trigger, the only expectation is that someone dies.

It is unfortunate, but we don’t shoot to wound and if there is a threat and they still have the firearm they could still potentially kill people. ME: Ok, the crisis is over, you may or may not have shot the threat. The good news is the police haven’t shot you, what can we expect to happen from the policemen? Chris: LE is going to take you into custody, you may get handcuffed, you are most likely going to get escorted out by two officers and you will get separated from the scene. ME: I guess they have my gun? The gun will be secured at that point.

We are going to temporarily detain you in many cases and escort you to a safe haven as said before. It is not because you have done anything wrong and in fact, you did everything right. But as LE what we know that you are about to go through emotional meltdown most likely and that’s to be expected. All this with you, and we still have a lot to do. We need to finish clearing buildings, we need to finish checking for other victims. ME: What would you suggest that we say? Police will ask us questions, what do you suggest that would be helpful to you? Chris: Say nothing more than what you absolutely have to say for pertinent information until you can fully calm down.

Even ask for legal representation if you’d like. Calming down for some people is thirty minutes to an hour. For other people it is two or three days. Don’t be ashamed to ask for time or help. I am going to be asking you a bunch of questions. I want information to know if there are more threats and how did this occur, as explained above. We want to know the immediate, pertinent information. It is proven, people under pressure and under duress will unintentionally say things that are not completely accurate.

Sometimes details can be unintentionally misconstrued until your body is back in a normal state. ME: The police are still trying to understand what is going on, regardless how they feel or what they think about us. Should we expect that from all departments? Chris: You should always expect to be treated professionally and respectfully from LE. ME: I know you need information, you made that clear, in order to help you and keep the place safe but should we expect policemen to try and trap us or at this point are they still fact finding? Chris: It is going to be fact finding with us. Remember, we are human beings too and even possibly have children who attend the school you just protected. Sometimes people think we are robots, created in a government factory, but we are not.

We are spouses, parents and even children of people who live in the same community as you. You should expect to be honored for your heroic decision. We have no reason to try and back you into a corner or anything like that. You have to remember, at the end of the day we are supportive of people who help eliminate threats. We support good people with firearms and we are a team with our community. ME: Ok, I am going to jump around a little bit. Now you have gone in and the police are now there but they haven’t found you yet, what should you do? Once you realize the cops are there they have probably been there for thirty or forty seconds, maybe a minute.

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You’re in a tough situation as a civilian now. ME: You are going to be amped and in a place where something very bad could happen to you? Chris: Not only are you going to have audible exclusion and tunnel vision, things of that nature and so forth, but law enforcement is pushing up somewhat covertly to enter the campus quietly without the threat knowing. Once you know that they are there they have probably closed a big gap to you. At that point we recommend putting away your firearm from visibility and putting yourself in a safe concealed position until they can come and find you. ME: Chris, let’s assume you have your rifle or pistol and they spot you but you don’t see them.

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They see you are armed, what should we do and what should we expect? You should expect to get shot. There are no if ands or buts about it. As a law enforcement officer, if I enter into an active shooter situation and I push in and see a person with a firearm who is moving forward, I am going to most likely shoot them if they are not clearly known to me as an officer. ME: What do you think the dispatcher may have told them, is there a chance the dispatcher could have told them or are we on the broad assumption any officer coming in may not know and the good guy is going to get fired upon? Chris: You should always assume the officer coming in does not know you are there. Nor, would that officer remember your description even if he does know in most cases. Dispatch probably told us about you, but probably came at the start of the incident and way too much progresses in these cases.

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New info is being told by the second and it’s truly overwhelming. LE has to prioritize information and retain hard facts. ME: Ok, so we have come upon the bad guy, he has not seen you, what should we do? Chris: Is the bad guy armed? ME: Let’s look at it both ways. Chris: You enter into the building and you find a subject matching the description of the man said to have had a gun but you see no gun in his hand. I am going to draw down on him and give him loud verbal commands to comply to me and even as a civilian, if he is resistant, I am going to explain to him that he matches the description of an active shooter and to get down on the ground. ME: What if he turns and runs. Chris: At that point I am not going to run after him, because I have not seen a firearm, though I am going to pursue his direction, but still in a methodical type of manner. What I don’t want is him to look like he ran way down the hallway when he cut a corner and is waiting to ambush me.

ME: We are now talking about tactics, most won’t know what you are talking about. Chris: Some civilians do, we do have prior military members, we do have people who have gone through training courses and have more than the average understanding of tactics. ME: More than likely those are the people we are talking about now, don’t you think? Chris: Sure, at that point we are. So, let’s just back up and let’s just say that it is your good wholesome mom, she has a firearm, she is very comfortable shooting a firearm and she heard there was a shooter inside and she went in. This isn’t just men, not just middle age people or young people, this could be anybody who has a warrior’s mentality and won’t evade confrontation. Say this woman goes in but has no training, military background or tactical awareness. Chris: Shots fired and seeing a firearm changes everything on these scenarios. ME: We are back inside, no shots fired, but we have come across, unlike last time, a man with a gun.

Chris: The man matches the description of the person we have been told is walking the hallways, if we have clear confirmation, based on the information we gathered moving up, that this person should not have a gun on school campus, I am taking shots. ME: Would you order him, or say anything or would you fire on him? Chris: As a civilian I am pushing up and I am taking shots. Chris: I can explain why if you need it. Essentially, firearms are not allowed on school property usually. You have school resource officers, school safety officers, guardians and ones who would have firearms. These are the people who should be clearly identifiable on the campus and they are not going to be the ones school students, faculty and staff get scared over having a gun, right?

ME: You are in the hallway and you hear gun fire in a classroom? Chris: At that point I am entering the classroom, quickly. I am going to be like a stick of dynamite. I am going to be explosive and fast and ready to take a shot. ME: Chris, we are on the school grounds but now we hear gunshots. Chris: Ok, people will be running out of the school while you are observing them.

Someone tells you there is a man inside with a firearm. You immediately dial 911 and tell dispatch of the situation that is unfolding and explained to them what you are wearing and what your intent is and you retrieve your firearm from inside your vehicle. Your firearm is still secure and it is covered. You are moving up to the building and as you are approaching you hear shots fired from inside. ME: So, the only reason we would now present our gun is that we have heard gunfire. Chris: At the point of hearing gun fire you potentially are in a situation that you have no choice but to pull out your firearm and to be prepared to pull the trigger. ME: So, if we are just told there is a man with a gun would we stay concealed or if, once we have entered the building, would you suggest we draw our weapon? Chris: As a civilian, once you have made the decision to close the gap between you and the threat and you have pushed up, and you have now heard shots being fired, you pretty much don’t have a choice but to pull your firearm. ME: What if you haven’t heard shots fired? Chris: At that point I am still going to stay concealed and I am going to try and move forward the best I can as a civilian and gather information until the crowd has dispersed and the hallways have emptied and there is no one else around, then I will remove my firearm in a safe manner and still keep it concealed on my person, maybe keeping the gun on the side next to my body, slightly behind my back, as I push forward while I try to determine what is going on. ME: What about the men who may carry a rifle in their truck, you can’t conceal that. Just take their concealed handgun or take the rifle? Chris: A rifle is going to be a more practical and accurate tool to utilize in this situation, however it is also going to jeopardize you moving forward as a civilian. It is a decision someone would have to make on scene moving up to the incident. ME: As a dad, as a policeman, if you had more firepower in the back of your truck, as it relates to where we are now, would you want that private citizen to use the rifle or stay concealed and stay less and go in with his concealed pistol?

Chris: As a father, if there is an active shooter in my child’s school, I want someone to go address the threat. Waiting on law enforcement is not always sufficient or practical. Here is why: LE is coming, we will be there in a hurry, but, the one or two minutes that you can close the gap between the bad guy and the victims may save dozens of lives. ME: I read an article that said the majority of these shootings were over in three minutes. ME: So, you are leaving it, with rifles, for people to use their best judgment as to what they should do? Chris: Close quarters combat doesn’t necessarily negate a rifle. Schools have long hallways, that is where rifles are beneficial. They have big rooms that you may have to shoot across and rifles are more beneficial. However, they also have small corners and small classrooms and areas like closets where a pistol is much more practical. Either way, entering into this type of situation is dangerous with decisions being made in your mind, in the matter of seconds. Not only do you have to consider overwhelming barage of people coming at you, the overwhelming emotional distress you will be functioning through and the overwhelming dangers you will be facing, you must also consider that to the arriving police officers, you will appear to be the criminal. We don’t have a crystal ball, that reveals to us unforeseen knowledge. I hope you find the next few days of interviews interesting as I have. This is part one in a multi-day interview with Deputy Chris Padgett of the Clay County Sheriff’s Office. With Sheriff Daniels permission I had an opportunity to sit down with Deputy Chris Padgett of the Clay County Sheriff’s Office. Chris was happy to help and give his time.

He is our sheriff’s spokesman and is the Public Information Officer for the sheriff. Chris started His career in patrol, advanced to violent crimes, later a detective in burglary, sex crimes and then homicide. Chris was also a SWAT member for six years and one of their snipers for three years. He has also been on multiple task forces. Chris has received several commendations including a life-saving award. Chris has been in several deadly force incidents and unfortunately one where he had to utilize deadly force himself. Chris is a Christian and a family man with open minded, but conservative and knowledge based views. We are going to talk about active shootings in school. I may or may not be well trained. As I walk toward the school people start running out of the school. I stop a woman and ask what is going on? Chris: From a civilian standpoint, you have to ask yourself how comfortable you are in putting yourself in that active shooter incident.