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Action Firearms Safety Training Inc.

Visit their website to book your P.A.L or R.P.A.L. in the Edmonton area! (Links Below)

Certified Firearms Instructors with many years of experience who have trained and examined thousands of students for the Canadian Firearms Safety Courses are ready to train you to achieve your objectives.  The goal of our program is to ensure the safe and responsible, as well as the enjoyable use of firearms.

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NON-RESTRICTED POSSESSION ACQUISITION LICENSE (P.A.L)

The test consists of two parts; a written exam of 50 questions –approximately half are true and false and the remainder multiple choice.  The written exam is followed by a practical exam in which the individual is required to demonstrate practical knowledge of the five different actions (bolt, lever, semi-auto, pump and hinge).

During the practical exam you will be asked to demonstrate safe handling with three of the five actions. Marks will be deducted if ACTS and PROVE are not demonstrated.  Two points will also be deducted if the firearm is pointed in an unsafe direction, if your finger is unnecessarily on the trigger or in the trigger guard, or if you attempt to load the wrong ammunition into the firearm, or you do not complete PROVE.

An automatic fail occurs if you point the firearm at another human being, including yourself.  Unless when doing a visual bore inspection the action must be open.   

You must achieve a minimum of 80% on each exam to successfully apply for your Non Restricted Possession Acquisition License (PAL).

If a student fails a test, a minimum of 1 day must pass before the re-take.  If the student fails the re-take or more than 7 days have passed, the student must re-take the entire course.

 

Click Here to register (External Link)

 

RESTRICTED POSSESSION ACQUISITION LICENSE (RPAL)

Changes as of July 1, 2016:
An individual 18 or older may take the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course, which has been mandated by the Federal Government to be a four hour course if taken within 7 days of taking the Canadian Firearms Safety Course, and a minimun of 6 hours if taken after 7 days.

A minor may take the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course for educational purposes only.  They may take the CRFSC test for educational purpose only, it will not be sent in to the RCMP.

The test consists of two parts; a written exam of 50 questions – approximately half are true and false and the remainder multiple choice.  The written exam is followed by a practical exam in which the individual is required to demonstrate practical knowledge of the three different actions (semi-auto, double action and single action). You must achieve a minimum of 80% on each exam to successfully apply for your Restricted Possession Acquisition License (PAL).

You must  have your non restricted course or PAL before taking the restricted course.

Click Here to register (External Link)

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Inusksuk Safety has no affiliation with Action Firearms Safety Training Inc. The instructor is just a good instructor!

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