Welcome!  This is Sandy and I am your instructor.  I have been teaching outdoor sports since 1978.  The way I teach is I first digest the course information then  re-arrange the information into a story telling manner, with real examples and class involvement so that my students can retain the information for a long time and passed the required test easily.  The followings are some of the courses that I offer.

Brief Introduction of Mr. Sandy Yu  2016 - 01-08 Sandy Yu self introduction 余大想教练 on youtube (please post your student feedback on the youtube video)

Mr. Sandy Yu is a qualified Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Instructor/Examiner who is qualified to teach both the Canadian Firearms Safety Course and Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course.  He is also a CORE examiner who is qualified to teach and examine the Conservation & Outdoor Recreation Education course; IPSC Black Badge Instructor; Canadian Red Cross First Aid Instructor & Pleasure Craft Operator Card Instructor/Examiner.

Mr. Sandy Yu has in-depth knowledge of Firearms.   He is the inventor of Magloc - a ring activated smartgun device that requires the user to wear a magnetic ring in order to fire the gun.  Mr.  Sandy Yu is also a First Class Diver of the British Sub-Aqua Club and holds the Scuba Diving Instructor Qualifications of BS-AC; CMAS; NAUI (life time member) and PADI.  He starts teaching since 1978.  He is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

Course Location:  Pacific Plaza 1170-8888 Odlin Crescent, Richmond, B. C.  V6X 3Z8 (south west corner of Cambie and Garden City Road) 

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I had posted some related videos on youtube under: Sandy Yu Richmond, please take a look.

 

 

 

***Why do people take the firearms safety course***

1.    To apply for a firearms license in Canada.

2.    To join various shooting sports.

3      How to handle firearms in a safe manner.

4      Hunting.

5      Job requirement i.e. Custom Officer; Armor Card Guard; Peace Officer; Movie Actors that 
handle movie guns; any other person that might handle firearms etc.

6      Firearms Collection

7      In some rare cases in Canada self defense.

8.    Shooting can de - stress yourself by contraction and eyes and body co-ordination.  A police
chief once said: " A worst day at the shooting range is better than a good day in the office".

 

***Why do people take the CORE course***

1      To apply for a BC Hunter Number so that you can hunt in BC

2      For Wildlife enjoyment.

3      Know how to react with dangerous wildlife like bear, cougher etc.

4      Learn basic first aid and outdoor survival.

 

***Why do people take the Pleasure Craft Operator Card course***

1      To apply for a Pleasure Craft Operator Card.

2      Learn the rules of the sea.

3      Learn water safety.

4      By 2009 all person operation a pleasure craft in Canada must have a  Pleasure Craft Operator
Card - this is the Law.

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Some shooting sports you can enjoy after having your firearm license.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dates for various training courses
All training courses are conducted at 1170-8888 Odlin Cr. Richmond, BC Canada
(south west corner of Cambie and Garden City Road)

**Pay street parking. 3 hours free parking inside the mall**


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Note: Frequent ask question
Can I purchase gun related items from the USA and bring it back to Canada?
one of the answer from:
http://www.canadiangunnutz.com
"Very, very simple. You can bring NOTHING back from the US that is really a firearm part.
Not a magazine, not a spring, not a trigger, not a stock, not even a screw (if it is identified
as a firearm part)."

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The followings classes are conducted in English.
Class size is between 6 to 12 students.  Class will be cancelled if there are less than 6 students.
Please register three days before the course starts. 

I had posted some related videos on youtube under: Sandy Yu Richmond, please take a look.

Please note that if you fail any of the test, the re-test is $30.00 (tax included).
No challenging the CFSC or CRFSC Exam. is allowed starting September, 2015.


New guidelines starting 16 June 2016 on CFSC

2.11. lnstructors will ensure that there is no talking during exams and that all mobile devices are turned off
and put away prior to, and during, the exams. 

 

2.l2.lnstructors will allow a student who fails an exam to re-take the exam after a minimum of one day has
passed. lf more than 7 days have passed, the student must retake the entire course. 

 

2.12.1. lf the student fails the re-test, the entire course must be re-taken.

 

Training Courses

Fees

Date

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC)
(for Rifles & Shotguns License)
Instructor: Sandy Yu

CFSC course Youtube brief instroduction

For further information regarding firearms license (PAL) please visit the Canadian Firearms Centre website

To download the PAL application form:
http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/form-formulaire/pdfs/5592-eng.pdf

Note: As of August 2014 it takes 1 to 2 months for the CFC to process your licence.

 

$123.81 + 5 %  GST = $130
 

Please make reservation at least two days before the class starts

CFSC + CRFSC incl. GST & Exams total $205

2017 October 15 (Sunday) from 9am to 6 pm. (lunch break 12 noon to 1 pm)

$30  reservation fee, balance to be paid at class by cash or direct debit.

 Please reserve your spot by paying $30.00 reservation fee.  Balance of the course fee will be paid by cash or DD in class.  No refund on the reservation fee of $30.00 if you cancel your reservation less that 48 hours before the class starts.

Link to Student Guide Homepage:http://publications.gc.ca/site/eng/9.801815/publication.htmlTinyURL Link to Student Guide Homepage:

 Please review some of the course information before coming.

Free parking in the middle of the mall

Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC)
(for Handgun License)

Instructor: Sandy Yu

 

$71.43 + 5 % GST = $75

Please make reservation at least two days before the class starts.

2017 October 17 (Tuesday) from 5:30 to 10:30 pm

$30  reservation fee, balance to be paid at class by cash or direct debit.


Note: you must finished the CFSC before taking the CRFSC. 

Link to Student Guide Homepage:http://publications.gc.ca/site/eng/9.801815/publication.htmlTinyURL Link to Student Guide Homepage:

Please review some of the course information before coming.  Free parking in the middle of the mall.  We are on the ground floor facing Mckim Way.

CORE course (for B.C. Hunter Number)

For further information please visit B C Wildlife Federation

 

$180 incl GST

Please make reservation at least two days before the class starts.

August (Wednesday),  (Thursday)  (Friday) from6:30 pm to 10pm. (To be arrange)


New date to be arranged.  Please contact us if you have four people and above to arrange for a course.

 

 $30  reservation fee, balance to be paid at class by cash or direct debit.

 1.       Must complete the Canadian Firearms Safety Course before the final exam.  

2.       If you have not finish the CFSC, you can attend this course and finish the 15 questions related to gun handling after you complete the CFSC course
 

Canadian Red Cross Standard First Aid with CPR (C)
Instructor: Sandy Yu


 

$170 incl GST, Text Book & Certificate

 Please make reservation at least two days before the class starts.

August (Saturday) and August 13 (Sunday) from 9am to 6 pm.

New date to be arranged.  Please contact us if you have four people and above to arrange for a course.

Completion Requirements

100% attendance, skills demonstration, and 75% min. passing grade on written exam

Certification

3-year certification in Standard First Aid, CPR Level A, C, or HCP, and AED

Pleasure Craft Operator Card


For further information please visit 
 
http://www.canadianvesseltraining.com

$120 incl GST

 

New date to be arranged.  Please contact us if you have four people and above to arrange for a course.

Course fee includes: 5 - 6 hours instruction and exam. student handbook $15 and Card processing fee $25. 

Fees for Test only
$15.00  BOATING LICENSE exam only. $25 certificate (Pleasure Craft Operator Card), $15 handbook (optional).

 

 

 

 Note:
If you have paid for the lesson and cannot attend the class, you can attend the class within 6 months with no additional (with receipt) charge.  Over 6 months 50% charge of the course fee.  Over 12 months you have to pay the full fee. 

The following courses will run when there are four students and above.  Please contact Sandy Yu if you are interested.

1.  Safe Reloading of Rifle and Handgun ammunition workshop. Course fee $45.00
Learn the proper way to load rifle and handgun ammo.  By the end of the class, students should be able to load some live rounds and practice dummy ammo.  All reloading equipment is provided in the class.  Please register by phone or email if you are planning to come and we only run this course once or twice a year. 
Course Date TBA
Date:  (Friday) from
6:30 pm to 10 pm

2.  IPSC (International Practical Shooting Sports Confederation) Black Badge training: Courses starts when there is 4 students and above.  Course fee: $160
Date:  T.B.A. about 10 hours at the shooting range. 

                            IPSC 180 Degree Turn and Fire Training Video
To attend the course, you have to register one week ahead and received the course material for self study.  You should has a semi-auto handgun of  9 mm and above and can hit a target of 11 inch x 9 inch (a normal typing paper) at 25 m 7 times out of 10 with no time limit.

To register, please call Sandy Yu at 604-551-8492 or email us at: patent2@hotmail.com

 

Application form for the Firearms Licence
Form - CAFC 921

http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/form-formulaire/pdfs/921-eng.pdf

Some comments from the students:

March 5, 2006
This student passed the BC51

Hi Sandy,
Just to let you know, I passed my firearms exam and have now successfully
completed the Sheriff's course at the Justice Institute. I couldn't have
done it without your assistance. Your excellent instruction and the patience
you had shown, provided me with the skill and confidence to see me through.
 With much thanks and appreciation,
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More information regarding various training courses

A. B.C. Hunter Number
For further information please visit B C Wildlife Federation

To apply for a B.C. hunter number, one has to pass the Conservation & Outdoor Recreation Education (CORE) examination.  The passing mark is 70% in British Columbia, Canada. 

Course Detail:

1.  Outdoor Survival and Safety.

2.  Firearms Safety. (Due to the fact that starting January 1,2001 all person handling firearms  in   Canada must have a valid firearm license, this section can be omitted).

3.  Animal Identification.

4.  Bird Identification.

5. Hunting Laws and Regulations.

6.  Ethics.

 

B.  Possession And Acquisition License (PAL) - valid throughout Canada?
For further information please visit the Canadian Firearms Centre

Starting January 1, 2001 all person handling firearms not supervised by a qualified person in Canada must have a valid firearm license.   This include Canada citizen, resident and visitor to Canada.  All person require a valid Firearm License to purchase ammunition.

To apply for the PAL

1.  First pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course Examination and obtain the report Form JUS 332EF.  Passing mark for the exam. is 80% and above.

2.  Complete the Form JUS 670E together with your exam. report JUS 332EF, a recent photo and application fee and return them as directed.

If everything goes smoothly, in 1 to 3 months you will have your Firearm License.

a.  How to obtain Exam. Report Jus 332 EF?

1.  Join the Training Courses offered by qualified firearm instructors.

There are two courses:

a.  Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) - to possess and use long guns.

b.  Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) to possess and use handguns. (must pass the CFSC first).

CFSC & CRFSC course detail:

1.  Introduction to Firearms:  evolution, types etc.

2.  Firearms Safety:  accident, locking device and personal safety.  ACTS and PROVE.

3.  Ammunition - basic knowledge of rife and handgun cartridges, shotgun shells and black powder gun.

4.  Operation Firearm Actions:  bolts, lever, break, pump and  semi-automatic firearms.  For handguns - ball & cap, single action revolver, double action revolver, single action semi-automatic, double action semi-automatic, break top, hinge action and bolt action.

5.  Safe Handling & Carrying of Firearms: in the field, in vehicles, at the shooting range and home storage.

6.  Shooting Techniques & Procedures: aiming, trigger control and shooting positions.

7.  Care of Firearms:  cleaning material and procedures.

8.  Responsibilities of Firearms Owners and Users.

 

C. IPSC Black Badge Training
For further information please visit: IPSC BC

An action shooting sport that requires high level of mind and body co-ordination.

 1.  Pre-request: Need to have a PAL and can hit a target of 8"x11" at 25 yards 7 times out of 10 with no time limit.

2.  Equipment required for the training: one semi-auto firearm of caliber 9mm and above; 4 magazines; gun holster; gun belt; magazine holder and 250 rounds of ammunition.

3.  The Training: About 3 hours and rules and regulation of IPSC (International Practical Shooting Sports Confederation); shooting skills and safety issue and 10 hours of shooting at the shooting range.

4.  Course fee: $150 that includes $70 IPSC membership fee; $20 for IPSC books; $10 for the black badge.

D. Pleasure Craft Operator Card

Course duration is about 5 to 6 house that covers all the requirement required by  the Canadian Coast Guard.  Course fee is $65 that includes book and card processing fee.
For further information please visit  http://www.canadianvesseltraining.com

 

Registration:  Please registrar by phone or email.  Class size is between 5 to 10 students.  All registration must be confirmed by approved payment. Tel:604-273-4288  Fax: 604-448-1879

For more information regarding firearms laws in Canada please call the Canadian Firearms Center at 1-800-731-4000.

Safe Shooting!

 

 

Link:

   http://www.chinesefirearms.com

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