What about language barriers?

Students need to complete the course and testing in English or French. Though students may regularly use/speak other languages, we are required to use either English or French in the testing phase. Students are not allowed to bring in electronic translators to the course. Students may not bring human translators. The expectation is that students will be able to communicate well later on at Canadian firing lines, where a [...]

Are the firearms RGSL trains with “real guns”?

RGSL only uses guns which are "disabled". That is, guns which are still legally considered to be firearms. That's because if RGSL put firing pins back into them, they would function again - but without those pins, they're disabled, and thus are safe for training - they cannot fire any ammunition at all. RGSL also only uses inert or dummy ammunition. All our primers have been crushed, burned, removed or [...]

I have a disability and cannot perform all the shooting positions demonstrated in the CFSC/CRFSC. Can I still take it?

We make accommodations during testing for those who may have bad legs, bad backs, or other disabilities. At RGSL, we treat every student with common sense, decency and courtesy. While our private classroom is not wheelchair-accessible (it's on a lower level of the River Heights Mall, which doesn't have an elevator), Cabela's Regina and Cabela's Saskatoon courses are made wheelchair-friendly and are more accessible.

What firearms does RGSL use to help train people?

RGSL uses a variety of guns to help train people. Although the line-up might vary from day-to-day, here’s our current arsenal: Girsan “Yavuz 16″/Beretta 92FS clone, chambered in 9x19mm. Made in Turkey, black finish, tactical rail, decocking lever, safety switch, loaded-chamber indicator Glock 37, Gen. 3 pistol chambered in .45GAP. Made in Austria, has a laser sight and black finish Charter Arms “Pathfinder” double-action revolver chambered in .22, dark/walnut grips with [...]

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