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NROI Ontario Bulletin October 2022

 Greetings NROI Ontario Officials! I hope this letter finds you all enjoying the fall colours and looking forward to a festive Halloween!  I am sending you this note today to communicate a couple of important points before year end: 1.      NROI Range Officer’s Workshop – February 25, 2023, Springhill Suites, Vaughan ONMark your calendars and come…
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February 2022

Greetings Ontario Officials! As a part of an ongoing effort to keep you informed of the happenings in NROI Ontario, please find below the latest installment of our bulletin. 1.     Recertification Exams After many hours of development and discussion I am happy to announce that our Recertification Exams are now online!  For those officials who did…
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Allied Equipment Question: Is a belt attachment with loops capable of holding single cartridges considered ‘allied equipment’ and therefore must be behind the hip bone for some divisions? Answer: No.  Bullet keepers are not considered ‘allied equipment’. See definition below Relevant Rule Book references: Glossary  Allied Equipment  –  Magazines, speed loaders and/or their respective retention devices (including…
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Greetings Ontario Match Directors and Competitors,  I am writing to you today to bring your attention to a couple of updates in the administration of the NROI program, and hopefully clarify some recent concerns brought to my attention. 1) OverlaysWith the number of officials growing in our section, it has become increasingly difficult to ensure…
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Announcement for all NROI Ontario Officials

April 22, 2020 To All Ontario Officials, I am reaching out to you today to check in with our community across the province and to give you an update on the status of NROI Ontario maintenance requirements. Due to the rapidly changing nature of COVID-19 and the ensuing provincial measures to limit its spread, the…
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Clay Targets – Rule Clarification

Please note there is an official clarification from NROI Canada regarding the prohibition of clay targets in sanctioned IPSC Rifle and PCC matches.  Find the full statement here:

Claiming RO points

Greetings Officials, Just a reminder for all Officials who are claiming RO points:In order to claim points you must officiate a minimum of one full squad for a level 1 match, two full squads or a half day for a level 2 match and a full day of work is required for a level 3…
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NEW RO shirts have arrived

Greetings Officials, The new Range Officer shirts have arrived. If you indicated match pick up on your order form, the shirts will be available for you at the upcoming level 3 matches. The first level 3 of the season – OPSL UC5 had some shirts handed out to the officials who were able to attend.…
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NROI Call for Officials – Canadian Shotgun Nationals Level 3

NROI Call for Officials – CANADIAN SHOTGUN NATIONALS LEVEL 3 Greetings Officials, The Canadian Shotgun Nationals is looking for Officials who can RO and CRO the main match which will be held on September 19-20, 2019 at the Crumlin Sportsmen’s Association and the Oxford Fish and Game Club. The Match Director is Paul Sarantis. He…
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New NROI Website

Greetings IPSC Ontario members, NROI Ontario, with the help of Megan O’Neil and Adam Smith, has just launched a website to support its members with easy access to Points Claim, Rule Books, Resources and contact information. You can access this page at or through the link at the top of the IPSC Ontario page.…
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