Welcome To Firingline.

CLICK HERE AS YOU HAVE FOUND THE RIGHT PLACE TO START YOUR FIREARMS SAFETY TRAINING.
Firingline Consulting Ltd. The industry leader in firearms safety training.
If you are interested in taking the #1 Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL) or Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (RPAL) in the business with the industry leaders, this is the right place to click and get started. Firingline provides the most advanced and comprehensive firearms safety training in the industry. Fort Mcmurray is the home of Firingline. Firingline operates primarily in Fort McMurray & the surrounding area, We also have traveled all around the province to answer requests from other private groups and employers throughout Alberta. At Firingline our goal is to set the firearms safety training standard and we are the gold standard in Firearms safety training. However providing Firearms safety training Is just where we start. For other providers it’s where they also end. At Firingline we are the right place to get started in becoming a Firearms license holder and Firearms owner but we go far beyond just getting you started. We also assist our clients in many other ways to support you with all your Firearms ownership needs.
We are now carrying a full inventory of shooting supplies for firearms owners including Ammunition, Targets, maintenance & reloading supplies. We carry powder, primers, projectiles reloading equipment & much more!. Just click on the products page to view our products and follow these 3 steps...

1, Send us a pre-order message at sales.firingline@gmail.com OR Text Sheldon direct @(780) 742-4756
2, You can set up delivery time that's best for your schedule to complete your purchase. Pre-orders can be prepaid by us sending you an Email invoice or paid for in person when we deliver your order. Our "Square" mobile/point of sale system is new technology and so far our clients are 100% totally impressed with it. Simple, Tap a couple of times on our IPad and pop your plastic into the card reader. So simple it's crazy!.
POST COVID UPDATE: Now that we are moving on in a post Covid world we will be. Looking to change some of our Covid measures to make more product acquisition options available to our clients by using our pre Covid Location:
The Lions club building. 3 Tolen Drive Fort Mcmurray, At the bottom of Beacon hill. (Across from the fire hall)

We also accept all major debit and credit cards too right at the store with our electronic point of sale system. By doing a part time store & with a warehouse in central Alberta means one thing "NO GOUGING". Our goal is to streamline the process & get you what you need at a competitive price. We will have some of our most popular items on display for sale at the store and we will be posting new "in stock items" here on our products page as we continue to expand. We have access to thousands of range/field outdoor products so just let us know what you are interested in and we will help get it for you. We are just getting started but we are sure that Firingline will become your local, reliable, competitive, outdoor & shooting supplies source. Message us today!.
Thanks,
The Firing Line Team.

News & FAQs

WILDLIFE ENCOUNTERS & OPTIONS

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POP UP STORE / PREORDER PICK UP

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Canadian restricted firearms safety course. (Youth participation update)

Good news!. Up until very recently only people over the age of 18 could take part in the Canadian restricted firearms safety course. Now for the purpose of education a youth over 12 years of age who... Read More...

Youth PAL (12 years & up).$125 Gst Inc. (Must be taking class with an adult)

The Canadian firearms program allows for youth members to apply for a youth firearms license once they are a minimum of 12 years old and with parental permission. They must take the same written and... Read More...

If my PAL is expired do I have to take the course again?

THE SHORT ANSWER IS NO!. Many times we get questions from persons who at some point in time had taken the Canadian firearms safety course (post-1995) or the Canadian restricted firearms safety... Read More...

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