Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL and RPAL Courses
The PAL course covers rifles and shotguns in the unrestricted classification of firearms.
The minimum age is 12 years old (with parental consent)
You must have current government issued identification (drivers license, passport, permanent resident card, provincial ID card or birth certificate are examples)
The RPAL course covers primarily handguns in the restricted classification of firearms.
You must be 18 years of age.
You must have already passed the PAL course as it is a prerequisite.
You must have current government issued identification (drivers license, passport, permanent resident card, provincial ID card, are examples).
The course will be based on a PowerPoint based lecture covering the material in the relevant modules in the Course Manual. This will be followed by a demonstration of the required firearms handling procedures for the firearms. This will include how to PROVE the firearm is safe, as well as loading and unloading each firearm action. There will then be instructor supervised practice on mastering those procedures. Once everyone is comfortable handling the firearms there will be the required 50 question multiple choice exam for the theory phase. This will be followed up with an individual practical test and then the completion of the course report.
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