The NRA Basic Rifle Course is an essential course for all shooters to take some time in their lifetime. It provides a solid foundation for new shooters as well as an opportunity for experienced shooters to learn new skills, and gain awareness of any “bad habits” that may have gone unnoticed for years. We couple classic NRA shooting techniques with elements that have perfected over the years. This Firearms Course is an all-day event packed with information and ample live fire practice.
The classroom and range practical sessions are designed to help even the most experienced shooter recognize and correct flaws in their techniques, while giving newer shooters the attention they need to get started on the right foot.
This course also works well for somebody who has not yet purchased a rifle and is looking for help deciding which is right for their needs, as well as get a feel for shooting, before investing in a firearm.
Recent popularity has been gained by those who live in a household with firearms. Through this course you can expect a thorough education on the mechanics of firearms, as well as an EXTENSIVE review of firearms safety. With the help of this class you can expect to be alleviated of any fear of the firearms in your home, as well as have a new understanding of the joy the shooting sports have to offer.
In this course we cover:
- FIREARMS SAFETY
- The Parts of a Rifle
- Explanation of Different Action Types
- Explanation of Different Ammunition Types
- Shooting Fundamentals
- Shooting Positions (Benchrest, Standing, Sitting, Kneeling, Prone)
- Sight Adjustment
- Marksmanship Improvement
- AND MORE
- A rimfire or equally light recoiling rifle with 100 rounds of ammo (provided if needed)
- Eye and Ear protection (but will be made available if needed)
Courses only open to U.S. Citizens or Non-U.S. citizens who are: (1) lawful permanent residents (e.g., green card holders), (2) refugees, or (3) individuals who have been granted asylum.
Visa holders (Work, Travel, Ect.) are not eligible for any courses involving firearms.
Shooters are encouraged to bring their own rifles and ammunition if they have them, however there will be several available if you do not own a firearm yet. Eye and Ear protection will be made available but every shooter is again encouraged to bring any safe protective equipment that they feel comfortable using.
Each shooter will receive The NRA Basic Rifle Shooting Handbook as well as a certificate of completion at the end of the course. There will also be an opportunity to gain the basic range practical rocker patch during the range session.
Join our mailer for announcements on when this course will be offered next. This course can be brought to your local range or gun club, or taught to a group with as few as 5 shooters, please inquire for pricing and availability.