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Idaho Boy Scouts of America (BSA)
National Rifle Association (NRA) Courses

Complete course description: Boy Scouts of America - National Rifle Association - NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Course.

Learn the fundamentals of firearms safety by attending the Idaho BSA-NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Course offered by Level 1 Firearms Safety and Training. This discounted course is offered only to Boy Scout leaders and Scouts!

This is an introductory firearm safety and training course-not a marksmanship class! We recommend this class for those who are new to firearms or who want to assist their Boy Scout unit in teaching the basics if pistol shooting. Extensive training and in-depth safety principles are stressed including the NRA rules for safe gun handling. The class offers instruction in all facets of firearm ownership including safe gun handling, pistol parts and components, operations, ammunition, range safety rules, shooting from the bench rest position, shooting stances, such as the Isosceles and Weaver positions. Graduates from this class meet most every state requirements for a carry and concealed license. Many states accept this training for their Concealed Carry License requirements. Students interested in the Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons License must attend additional classes.

Idaho National Rifle Association (NRA) Basics of Pistol Shooting

Everything you need to meet the NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Course.
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$ 69.95
per student
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BSA-NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Course: PHASE II

BSA-NRA FIRST Steps Rifle Orientation

Everything you need to meet the NRA FIRST Steps Rifle Orientation Course.
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$ 69.95
per student
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BSA-NRA FIRST Steps Rifle Orientation Course

BSA-NRA Rifle Courses

This is an introductory class specifically for pre-teens,and teens up to age 18 who have not received
formal training
related to firearms safety and the handling of a

SPECIFIC

type of rifle. Students will learn the NRA rules for safe gun handling, basic rifle parts, and respective operations. Students who are 11-17

must

have a parent or guardian present for this course and must be registered as a student for this class OR the NRA Basics of Rifle Shooting Course which is held on the same day, encouraging interaction during class instruction between students and their parents.
Learn the fundamentals of firearms safety by attending the Idaho BSA-NRA Basics of Rifle Shooting Course offered by Level 1 Firearms Safety and Training.

This is an introductory firearm safety and training course-not a marksmanship class! We recommend this class for those who are new to firearms and who are interested specifically in a wide variety of rifles. This class introduces students to a variety of rifles, actions, and operations (unlike FIRST STEPS which focuses on a
single
rifle). Extensive training and in-depth safety principles are stressed including the NRA rules for safe firearms handling. The class offers instruction in all facets of firearm ownership including safe gun handling, rifle parts, components, operations, ammunition, range safety rules, shooting from the bench rest, prone, sitting, standing, and kneeling positions. Continued opportunities for skill development and competition shooting is discussed. Minimum 22LR rifle is required; scope optional but strongly recommended.

BSA-NRA Basics of Rifle Shooting Course

BSA-NRA Basic Rifle Shooting Course

Everything you need to meet the NRA Basic Rifle Shooting Course.
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$ 124.95
per student
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NRA Basic Rifle Shooting Course

- Certified Class
3 Hours Class Instruction
1 Hour Live-fire range instruction
Meets NRA FIRST Steps class - Specific Rifle
Designed for first-time rifle owners to learn basic firearm safety and operations.
Ideal for youths 11-14 (parents must be present)
Must be 14+ to attend this class
8 Hours Class Instruction
Includes live-fire range time
Meets NRA Basic Rifle requirements
Designed to introduce students to a wide variety of rifle types, actions, and operations.
Opportunities for Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification.
4-5 Hours Instruction
Live-fire range instruction included
Meets NRA Basic Pistol Phase II Requirements.
Exceeds many concealed carry basic training requirements.
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Instructor Classes



BSA-NRA Basic Instructor Training (BIT)

Required for all instructor classes


BSA-

NRA Ba

sics of Rifle Shooting Instructor



BSA-NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Instructor Class

BSA-NRA Basics of Shotgun Instructor Class

 
 

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Complete Course Description: The NRA Range Safety Officer program was developed in response to the demand for a nationally-recognized range safety officer certification. NRA Range Safety Officers are people who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to organizing, conducting, and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations
All scouting firearm events need an RSO present at all times.
This course does not encompass the functions and responsibilities of a Chief Range Officer, who conducts NRA competition shooting events as defined by Rule 11.5 of the NRA Rule Books.

NRA Range Safety Officers must be 21 years of age or older.
Idaho NRA Range Safety Officer Idaho NRA RSO

Idaho NRA Range Safety Officer Classes -
Idaho RSO Class

9+ Hours Class Instruction
On-site Range Visits (optional offer)
Range Safety Officer's roles and responsibilities
Range standards and operating procedures
Range Inspection and range rules
Firearm stoppages and malfunctions
Range Safety Briefings
Emergency Procedures
Final Exam - Must score 90% or better
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Student Classes



BSA-NRA FIRST STEPS Rifle Shooting Class

BSA-NRA Rifle Shooting Class

BSA Youth Pistol Class

BSA-NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Class

BSA-NRA FIRST STEPS Shotgun Class

BSA-NRA Shotgun Shooting Class



BSA-

NRA Range Safety Officer

Class
$ 94.95
per Student
Note: Students must take the NRA Basic Pistol Class Phase I prior to registering for this class. If you have not taken the on-line class, please click here for the NRA Phase I Pistol Training.

BSA-NRA Shotgun Classes

Complete course description:

National Rifle Association - NRA Basics of Shotgun Shooting Course

.


Learn the fundamentals of firearms safety by attending the Idaho NRA Basics of Shotgun Shooting Course offered by Level 1 Firearms Safety and Training.

This is an introductory firearm safety and training course-not a marksmanship class! We recommend this class for those who are new to firearms and who are interested specifically in shotguns. This class introduces students to a wide variety of shotguns, actions, and operations (unlike FIRST STEPS which focuses on a
single
shotgun. Extensive training and in-depth safety principles are stressed including the NRA rules for safe firearms handling. The class offers instruction in all facets of firearm ownership including safe gun handling, shotgun parts, components, operations, ammunition, range safety rules, shooting from the bench rest, prone, sitting, standing, and kneeling positions. Continued opportunities for skill development and competition shooting is discussed.

 

Idaho BSA-NRA Basic Shotgun Shooting Course

Everything you need to meet the NRA Basic Shotgun Shooting Course.
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$ 124.95
per student
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NRA Basic Shotgun Shooting Course

- Certified Class
6-8 Hours Class Instruction
Includes live-fire range time
Meets NRA Basic Shotgun requirements
Designed to introduce students to a wide variety of rifle types, actions, and operations.
Opportunities for Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification.
Students 14-17 must have a parent present..

NRA First Steps Rifle Shooting Course

- Certified Class

NRA Pistol II Shooting Course

- Certified Class

Level 1 Youth Pistol Shooting Class

This is an introductory class specifically for teens age 14+ who have not received formal training related to firearms safety and the handling of a SPECIFIC type of pistol. Students will learn the NRA rules for safe gun handling, basic rifle parts, and respective operations. Students who are 14-17 must have a parent or guardian present for this course and must be registered as a student for this class OR the NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting PHASE III Course which is held on the same day, encouraging interaction during class instruction between students and their parents.

NRA First Steps Rifle Shooting Course

- Certified Class
Everything you need to learn the basics of pistol shooting,
3 Hours Class Instruction
1 Hour Live-fire range instruction
Basic Pistol Class - Specific BB or Air Pistol
Designed for first-time rifle owners to learn basic firearm safety and operations.
Ideal for youths 14-17 (parents must be present)
$ 69.95
per student
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BSA-NRA Pistol Courses

Level 1 Youth Pistol Shooting Class

BSA-NRA First Steps Shotgun Shooting Course

- Certified Class
1. Choose Class Date >>>
2. Add to PayPal Cart >>>
3 Hours Class Instruction
1 Hour Live-fire range instruction
Meets NRA FIRST Steps class - Specific Shotgun
Designed for first-time shotgun owners to learn basic firearm safety and operations.
Ideal for youths 14-16 (parents must be present)
Everything you need to meet the NRA FIRST Steps Shotgun Orientation Course.

BSA-NRA FIRST Steps Shotgun  Orientation

$ 69.95
per student

BSA-NRA Basics of  Range Safety Officer Class (RSO)

National Rifle Association
Basic Instructor Training (BIT) Course

$ 74.95

Prerequisites:  NONE

(sort of...)



The

NRA Basic Instructor Training Course (BIT for short)

teaches the basic

knowledge, skills, and attitude

necessary to teach any of the NRA's disciplines - the BIT is not a discipline in itself but rather a

teaching methodology

that is applied to any skill or discipline you want to teach, e.g.: Pistol, Rifle, Personal Protection. This is the core class that teaches how to understand lesson plans, how to teach a discipline, and how to ensure 100% consistency across the board when teaching a NRA course.

You must be a Certified instructor to run scouting events!

The NRA  instructor methodology is valid for a two (2) year period.

In other words, if you have attended a BIT within two (2) years of learning a new discipline, you are considered to be a valid instructor who is up-to-date with the NRA's methodology for teaching. If your last BIT class is over two (2) years old, you

must

attend a current BIT to teach a new discipline.

The BIT is offered with all disciplines but, because it is a 8+ hour course, it cannot be taught on the same day as the discipline you are attempting to achieve. Typically, the BIT is offered on "Day 1" of a course and then the discipline course is taught on "Day 2".  If you are "current" on your BIT instruction you can "skip" day one (1) and simply attend the discipline course on "Day 2". Therefore, all classes and fees listed below assume you have a current BIT; if you do not, or if you need to update your BIT, you will need to signup for this class before attending a new discipline course. The BIT classes listed in the drop-down menu are associated with their proper disciplines and BIT classes as required.

This is very important - if you do not have a current NRA BIT Certification, the NRA

will not

recognize the discipline course you have signed up to attend. You

must

bring your NRA Instructor Certification Card to Class so we may validate you are holding a current BIT as a prerequisite. If you cannot provide current credentials we will have no option other than to ask you to retake the BIT BEFORE attending the class!



If you have any questions regarding your BIT certification status, we encourage you to contact us prior to paying for any new classes. We cannot stress enough if you are not current on your BIT the NRA will not provide certification.
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BSA-NRA Instructor Certification Class

National Rifle Association -
NRA Pistol Instructor Class

$ 124.95

Prerequisites:


NRA Basic Instructor Training Certification (BIT)

NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Phase I Class

Basics of Pistol Shooting Phase I Exam


Alternatively, candidates may provide documented proof of Classified Sharpshooter or better in NRA Conventional or
Action Pistol, Classified Marksman or better in International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) or Classified "C" or
better in US Practical Shooting Association (USPA)/International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) or a
certification as an NRA LEAD Handgun/Shotgun or Tactical Handgun Certified Instructor.

Instructor Candidates must be a current member
of the
National Rifle Association
prior to attending their Basic
Instructor Training class. If you are not currently a member, please
click here
to join.

Pass the pre-course
Instructor Qualification test
. Please read through these requirements as they are important to
pass prior to attending the course.



Overview:


Pistol Instructor Certification


This class teaches how to instruct the

NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Phase II Course

where you will be qualifying
students who have passed the on-line class,
Basics of Pistol Shooting Phase I
. During Phase 2 you will be providing
additional "hands-on" training to students to assist them in further developing their practical skills, assessing their
progress, and will be working through a checklist of requirements the students must pass in order to receive their training
certificate of completion.


Instructor Shooting Qualification

Successfully demonstrate the shooting qualification standards as outlined in this article (click here); the first test is
included in the class registration fee.  If you cannot pass the shooting qualification for an instructor you will need to
schedule a second qualification test ($49.95 each test). We strongly suggest you practice for this test before applying for
the class. Remember, if you cannot pass the shooting requirements you cannot take the class! It is the Instructor
Candidate's responsibility to be prepared for this test prior to the qualification date.


Conclusion


At the completion of your training, provided you have passed all tests and shooting requirements, you will be qualified as
a

NRA Certified Pistol Instructor

. From that point forward, you will be designated and nationally recognized as a
"

Certified NRA Pistol Instructor

". You will be able to conduct classes which will allow you to certify NRA Basic Pistol
students.
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NRA Rifle Instructor

$ 124.95

Prerequisites:

NRA Basic Instructor Training Certification (BIT)
NRA Basics of Rifle Shooting Course - Student Version
NRA Rifle Instructor Qualification Test


Alternatively, candidates may provide documented proof of NRA Competitive Rifle classification as a Sharpshooter or better, or a certification as an NRA LEAD Patrol Rifle or Precision Rifle Instructor.

Instructor Candidates must be a current member
of the
National Rifle Association
prior to attending their Basic Instructor Training class. If you are not currently a member, please
click here
to join.

Overview:



Rifle  Instructor Certification



This class teaches how to instruct the

NRA Basics of Rifle Shooting Course

where you will be qualifying students who have passed the
Basics of Rifle Shooting Course
. The NRA Basics of Rifle Shooting Course provides students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitude for the safe operation of many standard rifles utilizing Bolt Action, Lever Action, and Semi-Automatic action rifles.


Instructor Shooting Qualification

Successfully demonstrate the shooting qualification standards as outlined in this article (click here); the first test is included in the class registration fee.  If you cannot pass the shooting qualification for the NRA Basics of Rifle Shooting Course you will need to schedule a second qualification test ($49.95 each test). We strongly suggest you practice for this test before applying for the class. Remember, if you cannot pass the shooting requirements you cannot take the class! It is the Instructor Candidate's responsibility to be prepared for this test prior to the qualification date.


Conclusion



At the completion of your training, provided you have passed all tests and shooting requirements, you will be qualified as a

NRA Certified Rifle Instructor

. From that point forward, you will be designated and nationally recognized as a "

Certified NRA Rifle Instructor

". You will be able to conduct classes which will allow you to certify NRA Basic Rifle students.
1. Choose Class Date
2. Add to PayPal Cart >>>

BSA-NRA Shotgun Instructor

$ 124.95

Prerequisites:

NRA Basic Instructor Training Certification (BIT)
NRA Basics of Shotgun Shooting Course - Student Version
NRA Shotgun Instructor Qualification Test


Alternatively, candidates may provide documented proof of having scored 50% or greater in any ATA or NSSA event or 45% in any NSCA event.

Instructor Candidates must be a current member
of the
National Rifle Association
prior to attending their Basic Instructor Training class. If you are not currently a member, please
click here
to join.

Overview:



Shotgun  Instructor Certification



This class teaches how to instruct the

NRA Basics of Shotgun Shooting Course

where you will be qualifying students who have passed the
Basics of Shotgun Shooting Course
. The NRA Basics of Shotgun Shooting Course provides students with the necessary
knowledge, skills, and attitude
for the safe operation of many standard shotgun  utilizing Pump Action, Hinge Action, and Semi-Automatic action shotguns.


Instructor Shooting Qualification

Successfully demonstrate the shooting qualification standards as outlined in this article (click here); the first test is included in the class registration fee.  If you cannot pass the shooting qualification for the NRA Basics of Rifle Shooting Course you will need to schedule a second qualification test ($49.95 each test). We strongly suggest you practice for this test before applying for the class. Remember, if you cannot pass the shooting requirements you cannot take the class! It is the Instructor Candidate's responsibility to be prepared for this test prior to the qualification date.


Conclusion



At the completion of your training, provided you have passed all tests and shooting requirements, you will be qualified as a

NRA Certified Shotgun Instructor

. From that point forward, you will be designated and nationally recognized as a "

Certified NRA Shotgun Instructor

". You will be able to conduct classes which will allow you to certify NRA Basic Shotgun students.
1. Choose Class Date
2. Add to PayPal Cart >>>

BSA-NRA Basics of Shotgun Shooting

 
 
 
 
 

BSA-NRA Rifle Instructor Class

 
 
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
*   Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather.
**  Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
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