INTRODUCTION TO BASIC SHOTGUN
Americans enjoy a right that citizens of many other countries do not—
the right to own firearms. But with that right comes responsibility.
It is the gun owner’s responsibility to store, operate and maintain his or her
firearms safely. It is the gun owner’s responsibility to ensure that unauthorized and
untrained individuals cannot gain access to his or her firearms. It’s also the gun owner’s responsibility to learn and follow all applicable laws that pertain to the purchase, possession, and use of firearms in his or her jurisdiction.
Guns are neither safe or unsafe by themselves.
When people practice responsible gun ownership, firearms are safe.
The basic shotgun course teaches you the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude for the safe and proper use of a shotgun. This is a 4-hour course and includes both professional hands on training and live fire range time learning how to shoot a target proficiently. You will be taught rules for safe gun handling, shotgun parts and operation, shotgun care, shotgun ammunition and shooting fundamentals. And continued opportunities for skill development.
This course is an Introduction course for the individual who has never owned a shotgun and is interested in owning their First Shotgun. This course has now both a classroom evolution and range evolution to teach the necessary information to SAFE ownership and OPERATION for Shotguns: This includes how to manipulate in a Home Environment training evolution
Shotgun with 25 rounds of ammunition (Buckshot or Slug Shells)
Belt with Dump Pouch
Eye and ear protection
Lunch, snacks, water (there will be limited time for lunch)
SPECIAL NOTE: The live fire portion of this course can only be given outside in an open range with minimal cover so you will be subject to the environment and appropriate clothing should be worn