Range Safety Officer
Country Pond Fish & Game Club 82 Pond St, Newton, NH
NRA Range Safety Officers must be 21 years of age or older.
Registration and Sign-In will be from 07:30 to 08:00, in the CPF&G Club Main Meeting Hall. Class will start promptly at 08:00 and last eight to nine hours, depending on class size, familiarity of students with firearms, and the amount of live firing time. Free coffee and doughnuts will be available in the morning.How does one become a certified NRA Range Safety Officer?
- Individuals who currently possess a valid NRA Firearms Insructor certification or NRA Coach appointment in one of the NRA's firearms training programs have the option of taking the Range Safety Officer course by home validation.
- Those individuals who do not hold a trainer rating must attend a Range Safety Officer Course.
- Range Safety Officer's Roles and Responsibilities
- Range Standard Operating Procedures
- Range Inspection and Range Rules
- Firearm Stoppages and Malfunctions
- Range Safety Briefings, including Emergency Procedures
Successful candidates must score 90% or better on the written exam.
All required course materials will be provided.
The cost of this course is $35. Full payment must accompany your application.
THIS COURSE IS LIMITED TO 30 STUDENTS
THIS COURSE IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
BUT CPFGC MEMBERS WILL GET PREFERENCE
STUDENTS MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCECOURSE APPLICATION FORM
Seats for qualified applicants will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis.
THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE, BUT ADDITIONAL TRAINING IS REQUIRED TO BECOME A CLUB-AUTHORIZED RSO.
Contact John Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information