January 06, 2020

Since 1995, 911 Supply has proudly offered meaningful tactical gear to hard working Canadian professionals and adventurers alike, to optimize their performance when things are tough and they most need their equipment to work. Our experience and selection will help you prepare for what the world throws at you; whether you’re going out to the mean streets, the mountains, your backyard, or the other side of the world, you’ll have what you need. 911 Supply - Prepare For Action

Welcome to The Academy, brought to you by 911 Supply

The Academy is a space where students can gain practical knowledge from a series of interactive and educational classes. Conveniently located next to our retail store, we offer a wide range of courses on topics such as firearms safety, first-aid and trauma care, self-defence, strength and fitness, leadership training and more. The partners and instructors we selected have the experience you can trust, we carefully selected those who have first-hand professional experience in the subject. We believe the credibility in the source of the material is just as important as the content. Currently, we offer two types of courses regularly: firearms safety and emergency trauma care.

Canadian Firearms Safety Non-restricted PAL and Restricted PAL courses

If you are thinking about owning a non-restricted firearm, you will need a Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL), and an additional Restricted PAL if you wish to own a restricted firearm. The Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) is mandatory for first-time licence applicants and renewable every 5 years. We currently offer courses for both Non-restricted and Restricted licences. The content of these two courses is controlled and approved by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Canadian Firearms Program and delivered by our approved instructor.


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In the courses, you will learn about the evolution of firearms, types of firearms and their construction, basic firearms safety practices, ammunition, safe handling and carry procedures and other important information you will need to know in order to possess a firearm safely in Canada. If you are interested in getting your PAL and RPAL, our next full-day courses are on January 25 (PAL) and January 26 (RPAL).