REMINDER: all prices will be subject to change on 1 April 2018 in accordance with the VAT increase from 14% to 15% as announced by the Finance Minister in the 2018 budget speech.
False Bay Firearm Training Academy offers the following Proficiency training for SAPS Competency.
Basic Course Plus Legal Price Details
Handle & use a Handgun Yes ZAR 1300 View
Handle & use a manually operated rifle (Bolt action) Yes ZAR 1300 View
Handle & use a self-loading (semi-auto) rifle Yes ZAR 1300 View
Handle & use a shotgun Yes ZAR 1300 View
Combination Primary firearm plus one other firearm Yes ZAR 2000 View
Combination Primary firearm plus any two Yes ZAR 2600 View
Business Purpose Courses
Business Purposes can only be done once the learner is already competent in terms of the following:
Communication NQF Level 3; U/s 117705: Demonstrate knowledge of the Firearms Control Act; and the applicable Basic Firearm Competency. For more information on the basic courses, see the above table.
Course Plus Legal Price Details
Handle & use a self loading rifle for Business Purpose No ZAR
Handle & use a shotgun for Business Purposes No ZAR
Handle & use a handgun for Business Purpose No ZAR
Handle & Use a manually operated rifle for Business Purposes No ZAR
Please take note that these shooting courses are an all day event. Please make sure you bring along a packed lunch are prepared to stay all day.
Contact us to make a booking.
UPCOMING/CURRENT SPECIALTY COURSES:
IDPA Intro Course: 27 April 2018
One day introduction course for IDPA beginners.
Learn and apply the rules and train special techniques of the sport. Shoot the classifier match and get ready for competition.
Prerequisites: solid basic handgun education
Equipment: personal firearm, holster and magazine pouches suitable for concealed carry, concealment garment, eye and ear protection.
Ammunition: about 250 rounds
Price: ZAR 1’000.- per participant excl ammo and lunch
Pre-registration necessary, maximum 6 participants
See Facebook event here.
Prior membership registration with IDPA (Internationals) or SADPA (South Africans) recommended so that the resuts can be uploaded.
PFTC Registered Instructors Training Course: 26 February – 02 March 2018