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How to Register for an account on Firearms Canada

Training February 28, 2018

Recently we’ve been getting a lot of inquiries as to registering for an account on Firearms Canada. To clarify the signup process, we’ve created an easy to follow step by step tutorial.

Step 1: Go to the main page of Firearms Canada

This can be found here: http://104.239.192.141

Step 2: Input the username you wish to have and the email you would like to use for the account.

Step 3:  You will then have to select “I am not a robot” and answer the Captcha. Once complete, submit the form.

Step 4: You will get a green confirmation notice at the top of the login page. This will let you know that an email has been sent to you with your login details.

Step 5:  Check your email. IMPORTANT:  If you don’t see the email in your Inbox, be sure to check your ‘Junk’ mailbox. It’s very common for emails to filter out these types of automatic emails. Once you have located the email you will click on the first link.

Step 6: Put in your username and the password issued to you by the automated email and log in.

Step 7: Start your posting and enjoy the website

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If you have any suggestions or special requests for a step by step tutorial blog that you would like to see, please contact us at info@firearmscanada.com

       

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