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We offer the Federal Canadian Firearms Safety Course and the Federal Restricted Canadian Firearms Safety Course. We also teach the Ontario Hunter's Education Course.
Our firearms courses will enable you to apply for a Federal Possession and Acquisition Firearms License or the Ontario Hunting License upon successful completion of the courses and exams.
We generally teach the Non-Restricted Canadian Firearms Safety Course on a Saturday. This course is taught in a mandatory minimum 10-hour course. The testing follows right after the course so don't make plans on the date you book for the course as the testing can last several hours. Successful completion of this course will allow you to apply for the Non-restricted component of the Firearms License.
If you require the restricted component of the license, (generally for handgun and restricted rifle possession), you will require an additional six-hour restricted firearms safety course. The testing follows the six-hour course. Successful completion of this course will allow you to apply for both the Non-restricted and Restricted component of the Firearms License. Effective April 2016, If a student does NOT complete the Restricted course either back to back with the Non Restricted course or within a 30 day period, the student will be required to then take an extended 6 hour Restricted class which may be scheduled over 2 days PLUS pay an additional $40. fee plus 13% HST for a total of an additional $45.20 over the regular Restricted Course fee.
Please note that generally students are required to take the non-restricted firearms course prior to taking the restricted firearms safety course. Arrangements can be made for students who have completed the Non-Restricted Canadian Firearms Safety Course and/or tests with another instructor.
We also offer a ten hour Provincial Hunter Education Course for students who have taken the Non-Restricted Canadian Firearms Safety Course. Successful completion of this course and test will allow you to apply for a provincial hunting license. Arrangements can be made for students who have completed the Non-Restricted Canadian Firearms Safety and/or test with another instructor.