I just completed both the non-restricted and restricted course with my son and daughter over the course of 2 weekends and wanted to share my experience. Each of the courses have been assembled with attention to detail and cover a lot of material. The instructors highlight areas of interested on each of the slides, which makes note taking easier. There is ample time built in for questions as well during the presentations and class sizing is perfect. The practical instruction and demonstrations were top notch. Both my son and daughter have never handled a firearm and were a bit nervous. However, the instructors are patient and provide a lot of positive feedback, which is nice for any beginner. During the breaks, you can get some extra reps with the instructors on the firearms and ask more questions. Overall, we came away with a very positive experience and sense of accomplishment. I’d highly recommend RGSL to anyone interested in obtaining their PAL, or RPAL. Thanks Peter, Annie and Dagan. See you on the range!read more
Other than troubles finding the classroom originally, it's difficult to criticize. I found the staff to be super nice and willing to help at every step or question. The course hits all the big points showing physical objects as well as a thorough powerpoint presentation; passing the test should be a breeze. Good Luck, highly recommended!
Peter, Annie, and Dagan were exceptional! I took my PAL/RPAL two weeks apart and with the way they teach the course, I was able to pass both classes easily. If you're like me and are a visual learner this class is perfect as they go step by step with you during the breaks to make sure you know the proper gun safety measures! Highly recommend!
[Displayed: 80% lower receiver for an AR-15] Today the RCMP posted an article titled "Information on Receiver Blanks (80% Receivers)" on the Canadian Firearms Program's site: RCMP/CFP link. Accessed at http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/pol-leg/receiver-carcasse-eng.htm on June 14, 2017: [...]