Since its beginnings, the Toronto Revolver Club has held a leadership position in supporting safe and enjoyable participation in various handgun shooting disciplines.

Latest news:

Here are the latest articles that you may be interested in:
  • David Perry GNR crime expert on the rise of violence in the GTA: Click here
  • Mayor puts legal gun owners on the firing line: Click here
  • Handgun ban would have 'no impact,' police union head warns: Click here
  • Rebel Media Interview of TRC Past President Meredith Cutting: Click here
  • CBC - Canada can't say where its crime guns are coming from: Click here
  • Rebel Media review of CBC article above: Click here
  • National Post - the liberals are playing dishonest games with stats to crack down on legal gun owners: Click here
  • CSSA Special Report: The Elephant in the Room | August 7, 2018: Click here
  • Toronto Star - Analysis of Toronto gun shooting stats will surprise you: Click here
  • Global News (Commentary) - Is greater gun control the key to curbing gun violence?: Click here
  • Toronto Sun (Editorial) - We need real solutions to gun crimes: Click here
  • CTV News - Canada's police chiefs to study ‘spike’ in gun violence over the last year: Click here
  • National Post (Rex Murphy) - Tough questions need answering about the response to the Danforth slaughter: Click here
  • 2014: Olivia Chow calls for handgun ban, John Tory says ‘empty gesture’: Click here

Alex Rutherford

A veteran of the Boer War, the late Alex Rutherford founded the Toronto Revolver Club in the year 1905. He died on April 18th, 1934 at the age of 58.

The TRC Lounge

A place for both learning and socializing, the hallowed TRC lounge is a meeting place like no other. This is where club members come to learn about marksmanship, score targets, trade stories, and stay in touch with the Canadian shooting community.

Len Appleyard

The late Len Appleyard was a member of the travelling TRC shooting team who won medals galore as they competed in various matches around Ontario, Michigan, and New York. In his professional life he was an employee of the De Havilland Aircraft Company.