CFSC/CRFSC Student Handbooks will no longer be sold directly from our website or through our courses. Though we continue to offer high-quality Canadian Firearms Safety Courses (CFSC) and Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Courses (CRFSC) to the community, we recently have made a decision to stop making the Student Handbooks available for sale. For those who […]
The Firearms Safety Education Service of Ontario has announced to certified firearms safety course instructors in the province that the implementation date for the new Canadian Firearms Safety Course program is July 13, 2016. This means that all courses taught in the province starting on that date must be with the new course and exam […]
The RCMP, which is responsible for managing the Canadian Firearms Program, has advised provincial authorities that new course and exam material for the Canadian Firearms Safety Course will be made available on March 31. In Ontario,the planned implementation date set by the Chief Firearms Officer is July 1st, should the materials be received by the […]
If you have received a GTAGunSafety.com gift card, there is a simple way to redeem the gift card amount when registering for our courses online. Simply select your course and ticket type, and enter your personal information as you normally would. When you proceed to the payment screen, you are shown an itemized summary of […]
Two important changes to Canada’s firearms laws have come into effect today, the first dealing with certain types of licences, and the second streamlining the authorization to transport process.
THE INFORMATION IN THIS ARTICLE IS OUT OF DATE. THE FIREARMS MENTIONED HAVE BEEN SUBSEQUENTLY RE-CLASSIFIED AS “PROHIBITED” AS OF MAY 1, 2020. The regulation for CZ and Swiss Arms reclassification of certain rifles, and their variants, as non-restricted firearms, which we announced previously, has been published in the Canada Gazette, the official publication of […]
Several provisions brought in under Bill C-42, which amended several Canadian firearms laws, that were originally to be implemented at a later date will now become effective sooner, according to a recent news release.
The government recently announced a reclassification of two popular sporting rifles, which had been made prohibited due to an RCMP classification.
On the Canadian Firearms Safety Course, students are informed of the cartridge magazine capacity limitations which apply to Canadian firearms. These limits are generally five cartridges for semi-automatic rifles using centre-fire ammunition, and ten cartridges for handguns commonly available in Canada.