Three Basic Rules Of Firearms Safety
1. Treat each firearm as if it is loaded.
2. Always control the muzzle of your firearm.
3. Be sure of your target and what is beyond.
May 17th-Parents Night at 8 p.m. Class starts at 6:30.
Due for May 10th-Read pages 90-111; Complete worksheets on pages 129 and 130.
Due for May 3rd-Complete worksheets on pages 70, 71 and 72, using Hunting and Trapping Regulations, along with supplements. Electronic versions under Classroom tab.
Due for April 26th-Read pages 54-82; Complete worksheets on pages 88 and 89.
Due for April 19th-Read pages 13-48; Complete worksheets on pages 35, 36, 37, 50 and 53.
Our course is a basic introduction in the proper handling of firearms and understanding of hunting etiquette and hunting laws. Parents are encouraged to continue their child’s development of the safe and responsible skills, knowledge, and attitudes discussed and taught in this course.
As always, each class will be concentrating on hands-on education, with a large array of firearms in the class each week. We have found this makes each class exciting, yet highly educational for each student.