General Information

Canadian Firearms Safety Courses (CFSC), Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Courses (CRFSC) and Ontario Hunter Education Courses offered by Brian Kerr  (please read completely and carefully)

 PLEASE note that all students completing the courses will receive 5% one-time discount certificate for any purchases at Bullseye North, and the student that achieves the highest mark in the class will receive a 10% discount certificate. (some conditions apply)

 All courses will be held at 21599 Cherry Hill Road, Thorndale  (unless otherwise indicated)

 To attend these courses, the student must not have any firearms prohibitions or court ordered restrictions with respect to firearms or other weapons.

Possession of live ammunition or live firearms during the course or on site is strictly prohibited.

No electronic recording of course presentation or materials is permitted.

Students under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be required to leave the class.

For both the Canadian Firearms Safety Courses, students must be 12 years of age or older and have a completed parental consent to attend the courses. Mentors are encouraged to attend with minors.

The written exam can be delivered orally if required and this request must be made in advance to have an additional classroom supervisor present. You must note this and check it off on the registration form.

Stand Alone Courses:

Canadian Firearms Safety Course - Friday 6:00PM to 10:30PM and Saturday 8:00AM to 6:00 PM

Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course - Sunday 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Combined One Stop Courses:

Canadian Firearms Safety Course and Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course

Canadian Firearms Safety Course and Ontario Hunter Education Course

Friday 6-10:30 PM, Sat 8AM to 6PM (CFSC) Sun 8AM-3:30 PM or 6PM (CRFSC/OHEP respectively)

Exact times will vary due to class size. Class times stated for the Firearms courses do not include time to administer the individual practical exams. The practical exams take 15-25 minutes after completion of the written exam. Alternatively, exams can be scheduled Monday to Thursday the following week.

In the event of an examination failure, exams can be repeated, but a re-examination fee will apply.

Students who are late or miss portions of the course may not be able to complete the course. Students must be on time to achieve the required instruction time in each section.

Your deposit is your commitment to follow through and attend the course you signed up for. Sometimes medical or personal emergencies occur, or circumstances change and with sufficient notice we will do our best to accommodate these. In the event of changes, your deposit will be applied to a future course. Last-minute cancellations that result in empty seats in the class will result in forfeiture of deposits.

If you do not submit a deposit, you will lose your spot in the class as the class fills. 

 CFSC AND CRFSC Class sizes will be capped between 6 and 12 students on a first come, first served basis. Courses can often fill quickly. I do not maintain an unpaid ‘waiting list’.




 Instructions for filling out the registration form.


  1. Course Type. Be sure to indicate both the dates and the course types you are registering for. If you have a secondary choice if your first choice is full, please indicate it here as well.
  1. All Course fees include CFSC and/or OHEP Manuals (Deduct $21/manual if you have a current CFSC manual) To confirm your seat in the class, email this form with a 50% deposit by e transfer to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    If you do not do business by e transfer please email or call to make alternate payment arrangements. The balance of the course fee is due by e transfer prior to the start of the class or bring cash to the course in a sealed envelope with your name and the amount of cash on the outside of the envelope.
  1. Fill in your full legal name including middle name if applicable.
  1. Indicate if you need the written exam administered orally.
  1. Enter the email address that you will use on your PAL application.
  1. Fill in your full legal address including post office box, apartment or unit number and postal code.
  1. Government Photo ID is required. For minors, school ID, Canadian Passport or other government ID along with parent photo ID that confirms their address is required. Please check the type of ID you will be using.
  1. We will send out a reminder/update email to you 5-7 days ahead of class.