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Next Steps for CRFSC Graduates.

Thanks to all those who attended this past weekend’s Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course. We’re looking forward to seeing many of you at the pistol club in the near future!

As promised, here’s the link to the Firearms Application.

As ever, if you have any questions you know who to call ;).


6 Responses to Next Steps for CRFSC Graduates.

  1. Hey!!very informative blog..

  2. David Freedman says:

    Thanks for a great course. It’s great to be taught by people that are so knowledgable. A great experience.

  3. Rob Callaghan says:

    25 hours our of your life is nothing compared to the knowledge and expertise given by guide to game and there staff. Mark sr. And mark jr. Are absoululy the best instructors of any course I have ever taken. I feel confident with practice and gained skill I will be able to preform an ethical hunt. They have given me the tools and education I need.
    Thanks you to the staff at guide to game.

  4. Brian King says:

    Took the RPAL course on Sunday very enjoyable and easy to understand Mark Jr. & Sr. very good instructors and take the time to answer questions as they arise. Definetly advise everyone to take this course with these guys learn lots and still feel relaxed.

  5. Beverley King says:

    Just finished my restrictive gun course on Sunday. I was a little uptight about taking the course but I had a very enjoyable day. Both Mark Sr. And Mark Jr. were fantastic instructors and they made everyone feel comfortable and at ease. Their knowledge of the subject and ability to teach it was very apparent. Thank both of you for making me feel comfortable and for teaching me this course. Bev.

  6. Craig Adams says:

    Just wanted to follow up to the Firearms Safety and Hunter Safety courses that I attended in late December. I really enjoyed the courses, and both Marks were not only informative but also engaging and easy to understand. Thanks for everything and I look forward to coming back for more courses and for some time on the range. 🙂
    Happy New Year! Craig.

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