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NON-RESTRICTED ONLY CFSC (non-restricted PAL) Abbotsford Thurs Mar 28

NON-RESTRICTED ONLY CFSC (non-restricted PAL) Abbotsford Thurs Mar 28

NON-RESTRICTED ONLY CFSC (non-restricted PAL) Abbotsford Thurs Mar 28 This Canadian Firearms Safety Course Non-Restricted Only includes 8 hours of firearms training. This is the course required for your non-restricted Canadian Firearms Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL). This course includes 8 hours of instruction on the date of the course and includes the testing. The CFSC is designed so that those who […]

Canadian Firearms Safety Course ( CFSC )

Canadian Firearms Safety Course ( CFSC )

Canadian Firearms Safety Course ( CFSC ) Canadian Firearms Safety Course ( CFSC ) is the program individuals must compleat in order to apply for firearms licences.  The firearms licences in Canada is referred to as PAL or Possession Acquisition Licences.  The Canadian Firearms Safety Course ( CFSC ) is often abbreviated CFSC. In order to apply for a […]

Can You Still Name These Bullets?

Can You Still Name These Bullets?

Can You Still Name These Bullets?      Lead Round Nose (LRN) Lead Round Nose or LRN bullets are versatile, economical bullets for general purpose, used mainly in revolvers. They are very accurate and especially suitable for practice. Wad Cutter (WC) A wadcutter or WC is a special-purpose flat-fronted bullet specially designed for shooting paper targets Wadcutters are often used […]

Skills Drills: El Presidente Drill BC Firearms Academy

Skills Drills: El Presidente Drill BC Firearms Academy

Skills Drills: El Presidente Drill BC Firearms Academy by Dave Spaulding http://www.handgunsmag.com/tactics-training/skills-drills-el-presidente-drill/#ixzz46P2uxtdL Drill: Three targets with a realistic high-chest region (such as an IPSC or IDPA) target set one yard apart, 10 yards from the shooter. Shooter faces away from the target with hands in a surrender position. On the beep of an electronic timer, […]

Top 5 Most Fun Guns

Top 5 Most Fun Guns

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