Which Firearms Safety Course do I need to do?
The course you choose will depend on the firearm/weapon you intend on using and the genuine reason for you wanting to use a firearm or weapon.
Below is a brief summary of the firearms covered in our popular firearms courses as well as examples of genuine reasons for their use. A more detailed explanation of each of the courses can be found on the course pages.
If you would like any further clarification, please contact us.
More about popular firearms safety courses
The Category A, B and H course meets the requirements for all of the common firearms in QLD, as is popular for most participants. This category covers people who are intending to use firearms for Sports/Target Shooting, Recreational Shooting (Hunting), Collecting Firearms and some occupations.
Examples of firearms in these categories include:
- Air Rifles
- Single and Double Barrel Shotguns
- Bolt Action, Lever Action and Pump Action Rifles
- Muzzle Loading Firearms
- Semi-Automatic Pistols and Revolvers
- Paintball Guns
Category C and D Firearms are generally for more specialised use , generally only used for occupational purposes such as primary producers, pest controllers, firearms dealers, armourers, instructors and theatrical ordnance suppliers. Examples of firearms in these categories include:
- Semi-Automatic Rifles
- Semi-Automatic and Pump Action Shotguns
Crossbows are classed as a Category M weapon in QLD. This course is suitable for anyone that requires a crossbow licence for sports / target, recreational, occupational or any other genuine reason.
Which course would you like to book?
Join our club!
Becoming a member of a firearm and crossbow club is a great way to further improve your safe handling skills and experience.
The best bit… ASSET can help you with that too. Join ASSET Firearm and Crossbow Club today.