All-In-One CFSC & CRFSC (Full PAL | RPAL)
Overview: This course combines both the Canadian Firearms Safety course (Non-restricted) and the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety course. The combined Canadian Firearms Safety course and Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety course is made up of lectures and hands on practical training in the safe handling of non-restricted firearm (typically shotguns and rifles used for hunting and target shooting) and restricted firearms (typically handguns). Students will develop skills and knowledge on non-restricted and restricted firearms in the following areas: The evolution of firearms, major parts, types and actions, handling and using firearms in a safe manner, social responsibilities of firearms owners, ammunition, storage, display, and transportation laws for firearms.
- the evolution of firearms
- major parts, types and actions basic firearms
- safety practices
- operating firearm actions
- safe handling and carry procedures
- firing techniques and procedures
- care of non-restricted firearms
- responsibilities of the firearms owner/user
- safe storage, display, transportation and handling of non-restricted firearms
Dates: To Be Confirmed
Duration: 2 days
Location: The Schoolhouse 2.0 Experiential Learning, 4010 County Rd 29, RR#4, Brockville, ON K6V 5T4
Pre-Requisites: Schoolhouse 2.0 Membership
In order to take the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety course on Day 2 you must pass the non-restricted Canadian Firearms Safety course on Day 1. Students that are between the ages of 15 and 18 can take the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety course; however, they cannot write the test until they are 18 years old. Students must present a government issued photo ID when they are checking in for the course.