The Swiss Gun Club is a separate shooting association which shoots under the NCRRA. The membership is composed of Swiss nationals and their families who shoot the National Swiss Shooting Program over the course of the summer. As well, there are various matches shot against other Swiss shooting clubs in Canada.The equipment used are Swiss Target carbines, such as the Schmidt Rubin K-31 and Schmidt Rubin M-1911. Targets are located at 300 meters and there are two separate styles used. As with other Sections, there is a break in September for the Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Concentration (CAFSAC).