TheGunBlog.ca — The Firearms Safety Education Service of Ontario (FSESO), which groups the province’s 300+ gun-licence instructors, has a superb new website: good looks, good info, runs fast.
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TheGunBlog.ca — The Canadian Firearms Safety Course student handbook set its second annual record as the top download at the Government of Canada Publications website.
TheGunBlog.ca — The RCMP, which controls private gun ownership in Canada, said “it has been recommended” to stop teaching the mandatory firearm-safety courses for a gun licence to avoid COVID-19 contagion. RCMP Comment “It has been recommended that the delivery of the Firearms Safety Course(s) be postponed to follow the social distancing protocols in place…
The organization that stamps Canadian Firearms Safety Course exams in Ontario said half the tests passed in July and August weren’t processed because of an office mistake, blocking hundreds of people from applying for their gun licences. (See update below.)
The Canadian Firearms Safety Course student handbooks are essential reading for anyone taking the mandatory courses to get a gun licence, and a useful reference for all shooters in Canada.