do not own a firearm, which course should I take first?
NRA home Firearm safety course does not require that you have a
firearm. We provide the opportunity to handle and learn about
different firearms (we bring them to the class)
course has four separate lessons
A. Rules for Safe Gun
B. Identifying and unloading different Firearms
Practical Exercise in Safe Gun Handling
D. Types of
Ammunition; Cleaning and Storage of Firearms
The goal of
this course is teach the basic knowledge, skills and attitude
necessary for the safe handling and storage of guns in the
There are NO live fire exercises in this course
course is approximately ½ day in lenght
recently bought my first handgun, which course should I
NRA First Steps Pistol Orientation is a good choice.
goal of this course is to provide the beginning shooter with an
introduction to the knowledge skills and attitude necessary to
own and use a specific pistol model safely.
This course is
conducted in a classroom and at the range (live fire exercises
are part of the program)
The length of the course is
approximately 3 hours.
The student need to bring their
firearm (unloaded and in a case), owner's manual, cleaning
equipment, Eye and Ear protection, ammunition (only for the live
fire exercises at the range … No live ammunition is
permitted in the classroom at any time.)
No knowledge test
A Certificate of Completion is provided
and we understand that it is acceptable documentation for the CCW