Firearm Safety Class
Our students start by attending an Idaho safety class. Safety is fundamental to all shooting activities-it begins in
the class, extends to the range, enforced during competitive events, and practiced when cleaning a gun.
An Idaho Firearms Training Class involves a deep understanding of the knowledge, skills, and attitude
necessary to for the safety of those around you. Basic knowledge of safety rules, developing the skill to apply
those rules in a controlled class environment, and a safety-first attitude is required during class.
Class Rules for Handling a Gun
ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
This is a core class requirement. If a gun is pointed in a safe direction, it cannot possibly destroy
ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
Students learn in class why a gun is not going to discharge without someone pulling the trigger.
ALWAYS keep your firearm unloaded until ready for use.
The class is taught to keep their guns in their safe or on their person..
You don’t need a to teach you common sense-you need a common sense class that teaches you the
basic rules of
gun handling. No one is taught gun handling in an Idaho class at school-this is a specialized
NRA instructors in Idaho can teach and instill “best practices” related to proper gun handling.
You don’t need to attend a military-style class to learn the basics of gun handling. What you will find are
dedicated, caring professionals who want to keep you, your loved ones, and your community safe and sound.
Contact Level 1 Safety and Firearms Training at 208-957-6900 for additional class information.