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All training is conducted in an environment conducive to learning; above all your safety is paramount, but that doesn’t mean to say that you won’t have fun. Our instructors are very experienced and are there to guarantee you get the most out of your training.
We advise you to bring your own rifle and ammunition, so you can practice your newly-honed skills using a familiar firearm. But don’t worry if you can’t, we can provide you with a rifle and ammunition (ammunition charged separately) on the day.
Certificate of Qualification
On successful completion of the course, students will be awarded the Riflecraft Module One – General Rifle Certificate. The certificate is fully recognised by the Police and BASC and is the only course of its type to be valued in such a manner. It can also be used as a part-qualification for the BASC Sporting Rifle Award a unique, new way of combining practical rifle skills with quarry-specific training.
Please Note: If you intend to use the course as a part-qualification for the BASC Sporting Rifle award, you must register with BASC prior to undertaking the course. BASC will allocate you a Candidate Number.
We reserve the right to cancel the course. In the interests of fairness, we will aim to provide participants with notification of cancellation as soon as possible prior to the advertised start date.
We strongly recommend that fees for any accommodation you book are refundable as we will not be responsible for any losses incurred by participants.
Participants will be offered the option to transfer to another course if available.
Start Time / Place:
The course starts at 0830 hours at Riflecraft Ltd. Courses will run until 5 pm on day 1 and approximately 4 pm on day 2. Module 5 excluded.
18G Speedwell Way
Border Valley Industrial Estate