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February 18 2024 UPDATE​

Class size is limited to 10 students

Classes are held on the Danforth at Coxwell TTC station.


Do NOT contact me to reserve a seat. Read directions under the course date.
 
Course Hours:
Non-Restricted Course (CFSC) 8am to 8PM
Restricted Course (CRFSC) 8:00am to 5PM

Cost: COMBO CFSC/CRFSC $429.40
Non-Restricted CFSC Only $237.30


RCMP Non-Restricted/Restricted Combo Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC/CRFSC)
March 2/3 2024
Toronto Location Danforth & Coxwell TTC Station
SOLD OUT!


RCMP Non-Restricted Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC)
March 9 2024
Toronto Location Danforth & Coxwell TTC Station
SOLD OUT!


NO NEW COURSES UNTIL APRIL
Check back March 28 for new courses.

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Toronto Firearm Safety Services was established in 2017 with one mission:

To be your introduction to a lifetime of enjoyment in the safe sport of shooting in Canada.

Proudly based in central Toronto and teaching on the Danforth.

I instruct and examine students wishing to take the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) & the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) so that you may apply for your Canadian Firearms licence.

Click the image below for more information Canadian Firearms Safety Course and Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course

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CANADIAN FIREARMS SAFETY COURSE /

CANADIAN RESTRICTED FIREARMS SAFETY COURSE

CONTACT ME
But before you do, scroll up and READ about courses dates first. 

416-999-6886

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ANSWERS TO COMMON QUESTIONS

HOW DO I GET A CANADIAN FIREARMS LICENCE?

The first step is to attend and pass the Canadian Firearm Safety Course and/or Canadian Restricted Firearm Safety Course.

In about 4-5 weeks after you attend the course, you will receive an envelope from the FSESO in Orillia (the people who administer the courses on behalf of the RCMP).

The envelope will contain two copies of your course report that proves you passed the course.

Keep one copy for your own records and submit the second copy with your Canadian Firearm Licence application, your photograph, and your fee to the Canadian Firearms Centre in New Brunswick.

This link has further information.

IS THE CANADIAN FIREARMS SAFETY COURSE DIFFICULT?

The course is held over two days providing you take both the Non-Restricted and Restricted course. After each days instruction including handling time with the disabled firearms, you will challenge a 50 question written test followed by a private one-on-one practical test to ensure you have the understanding of the common firearm action types demonstrating your safe handling techniques. Your success is dependent on your knowledge learned throughout the day. The test is in the English language. I strongly urge students to download the PDF version of the Canadian Firearms Safety Course Manual and read it prior to attending.

WHERE CAN I DOWNLOAD THE LATEST EDITION OF THE CANADIAN FIREARM SAFETY COURSE MANUAL AS A PDF ?

OK, NOW THAT I HAVE MY LICENCE, HOW DO I STORE, TRANSPORT AND DISPLAY FIREARMS IN CANADA?

Its VITAL that responsible Canadian firearms owners know and follow the law regarding the safe storage, transport and display of non-restricted and restricted firearms!

I RECEIVED MY CANADIAN FIREARMS LICENCE AND WANT TO GO TO A RANGE WITH MY FIREARM. NOW WHAT?

This link has further information of Clubs and Ranges in Canada

I WANT TO BECOME A CBSA OFFICER, DO I NEED MY CANADIAN FIREARMS LICENCE FIRST?

My course and exams will ensure you have the correct requirements prior to starting your CBSA training. For more information, please click this link: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/job-emploi/bso-asf/hiring-embauche-eng.html

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