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Restricted firearms course class video

The following video is a supplementary training tool.

It is recommended that this video be viewed along with the course handbook, while referring to the instructor’s lessons. This video has been divided into six parts in order to be more user-friendly. The CAFC recommends that the video be used as a teaching aid to support classroom instruction. It is not intended to stand alone.

Please note: improper use of firearms may result in serious injury or death. The material presented in the video is intended to demonstrate the operation of firearms in accordance with safe handling techniques and an awareness of manufacturers’ specifications and safety features.

Since each firearm has different safety mechanisms, individuals should use their firearms in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications and should contact individual manufacturers to obtain further information. Some of the techniques demonstrated in the video might not be appropriate for certain firearms.

Ultimately, the responsibility for firearms safety rests with the individual.

Canadian Firearms Program information at the RCMP website:

This is the in class video for the Canadian Restricted Firearms course. It looks old but it is the video still currently in use as of January 1 2013. I combined all 3 Segments together to create 1 video. All is included none was excluded or cut. I achieved perfect on my test and my practical exam with this video and the manual for the course.… here is a link to the online manual in pdf.… here is another link to videos on how to p.r.o.v.e. a variety of firearms safe. Here is a link to some practice tests….

Learn gun safety with eddie eagle – nra

Gun Safety Day three. One for the Children.

The Eddie Eagle GunSafe® Program teaches children in pre-K through third grade four important steps to take if they find a gun. These steps are presented by the program’s mascot, Eddie Eagle®, in an easy-to-remember format consisting of the following simple rules:

If you see a gun:
Don’t Touch.
Leave the Area.
Tell an Adult.

Begun in 1988, The Eddie Eagle GunSafe® Program has reached more than 20 million children — in all 50 states. This program was developed through the combined efforts of such qualified professionals as clinical psychologists, reading specialists, teachers, curriculum specialists, urban housing safety officials, and law enforcement personnel.

Anyone may teach The Eddie Eagle GunSafe® Program, and NRA membership is not required. The program may be readily incorporated into existing school curriculum, taught in a one- to five-day format, and used to reach both levels or simply one or two grades. Materials available through this program are: student workbooks, 7-minute animated video (available on DVD or VHS), instructor guides, brochures, and student reward stickers. Program materials are also available in Spanish.

The NRA is committed to helping keep America’s young children safe. In efforts to do so, we offer our program at a nominal fee. Schools, law enforcement agencies, hospitals, daycare centers, and libraries may be eligible to receive grant funding to defray program costs. Grant funding is available in many states to these groups to cover the cost of all program curriculum materials.

The purpose of the Eddie Eagle Program isn’t to teach whether guns are good or bad, but rather to promote the protection and safety of children. The program makes no value judgments about firearms, and no firearms are ever used in the program. Like swimming pools, electrical outlets, matchbooks and household poison, they’re treated simply as a fact of everyday life. With firearms found in about half of all American households, it’s a stance that makes sense.

Eddie Eagle is never shown touching a firearm, and he does not promote firearm ownership or use. The program prohibits the use of Eddie Eagle mascots anywhere that guns are present. The Eddie Eagle Program has no agenda other than accident prevention — ensuring that children stay safe should they encounter a gun. The program never mentions the NRA. Nor does it encourage children to buy guns or to become NRA members. The NRA does not receive any appropriations from Congress, nor is it a trade organization. It is not affiliated with any firearm or ammunition manufacturers or with any businesses that deal in guns and ammunition.

Gun safety day two

This is Gun safety Video Number two.

I plan on adding at least one per day to this blog, since the media generally only bashes Gun owners, regardless of the second amendment rights.

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The four basic rules of gun safety. There are many more specific issues related to gun safety; however, these four, mostly borrowed from Jeff Cooper, distill it down to the essentials.

1. All Guns are always loaded. [Treat them that way]

2. Never let the muzzle cover [sweep] anything you are not willing to destroy.

3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.

4. Be sure of your target. [And what’s behind it]