Firearm Safety Training FAQs
Yes, Please bring current picture I.D. issued by Provincial or Federal government.
No, in some cases, those with little to no experience do better during the course than those with a lot of experience.
No, you must complete the CFSC prior to completing the CRFSC. Please bring in your valid Non-Restricted PAL to the course.
Yes, the CFSC has a written and practical Test. The CRFSC also has a written and practical test. Don’t worry, the course provides all of the necessary information to be successful
No, you are required to complete the application and mail it to the Canadian Firearms Center.
This is not in our control. The length to process a application can vary. The will provide an update on your application status.
We will provide you with the application to complete.
Each circumstance is different. We recommend that they are completed in the same day, however it is possible to split them up
Yes, please contact us to organize a private course, typically we require a minimum of 10 student to organize a private course.
Yes, please contact us to arrange gift certificates
The firearms and ammunition have all been deactivated. That means they are considered training aids and are no longer firearms
No, the CFSC and CRFSC will provide you with enough information to be able to handle, load/unload, store, display and transport firearms, and dos not currently have a field component.
The CFSC requires students to be 12 and over, however are not eligible to hold a PAL until the age of 18. Student seeking the CRFSC must be 18 years of age.
Bear Awareness FAQs
No, this is an introductory course
Some employers require that prospective employee come trained with bear awareness
Yes, we provide private classes, please contact us to discuss details
No, there is no age limit to participate in the course.
Yes, there is a small written test. (Don’t worry, we will provide you with the information during the course to be successful)
If you possess firearms, you MUST have a valid Firearms Licence and (for Quebec residents) your firearms must be registered . You will still need a firearms licence to legally possess guns and to buy ammunition. It is NOT too late to get your firearms Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL)!