A Calgary man has been charged after police allege he was running a fake firearms training course out of his home.
Calgary Police say in a news release that Bradley Keith Bell offered private training between January and June, while posing as an ex-military veteran.
Victims told police they thought they were registering to complete the course with a certified instructor.
They allege Bell provided safety booklets and gave firearms handling instruction, before being asked to complete a Canadian firearms safety exam as the final step.
Police say the victims provided payment, personal information and photographs but were never officially certified because Bell isn't an instructor.
A search warrant on his northwest Calgary home in late August found ammunition, documentation, photographs and personal information belonging to the victims.
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