For Firearm Training and SAPS procedure
Thank you for visiting our website and making contact with us. From misinformation and confusion most people get the whole competency process / training and license incorrect. Here are the facts and the steps so that you don’t get the wrong information that you might have heard from people that just really don’t know.
Firearm Training Questions
It depends on the load they have, approximate and normally 12-15 weeks for the competence and another 3-6 weeks for the license. Follow up with your DFO.
When the tests have been marked, we print the certificates for you to collect, normally in the same week so you can start your process.
You can complete as many courses as you like, you don’t need to own the firearms we will supply them for your training.
How long will it take you to read and fill in the questions.
It depends on person to person, around one hour.
Then you redo them again, no extra payment needed.
Normally we shoot on a Sat from 9am-1pm
Good luck, the process is a process, however it should be straight forward if you are prepared, share a smile with the SAPS, don’t complain, they also have a job to do. Here are the three phases.
Phase 1: PROFICIENCY TRAINING
Phase 2: SAPS COMPETENCE
Phase 3: SAPS LICENSE
If you would like to download Training Registration and SAPS Procedure in PDF form please feel free to do so via the link below.
TRAINING REGISTRATION AND SAPS PROCEDURETraining SAPS Procedure 2017
We are here to assist you all the way. Request if you need higher levels of training for business purposes/ Security/ Game ranger/ Tactical / VIP.
We are accredited to offer all the firearms training up to Firearms Instructor and Assessor
If you need assistance with company applications or as consultant, please email us for more information.
Hope that assists you with your applications and getting your firearms licensed to you.
Firearm ownership is a great responsibility, and the firearm will do what is asked, be safe with your firearms and always use your awareness to prevent an attack.