NRA Muzzleloading Instructor Course
Qualified individuals will be trained in the proper use of the National Rifle Association methods to teach Basic Students. There are two separate classes.
Basic Instructor Training is the first part of any NRA Certified Instructor Training. It teaches Instructor Candidates how to setup and properly present the learning material following the NRA teaching methods. This class is at least six hours.
Basic Muzzleloading Instructor Training is specific training to teach Instructor Candidates the Basic Muzzleloading class. This class covers muzzleloading rifles, shotguns and pistols. It is not the same as the NRA CO-OP Muzzleloading Rifle class taught at National Camping School.
You may bring your own muzzleloading shotguns or rifle,or ball and cap revolvers. They must be deemed safe to use by the Training Counselor. Call for information.
Shooting qualification will be done during the course. You must meet the minimum standard to complete the class.
Attendance at these classes does not guarantee one will be Certified. Candidates must show the proper knowledge, skills and attitude to become NRA Certified Muzzleloading Instructors.
For clarification or specifics of the classes please contact Don Ascher at 920-857-8044.
Please bring the completed parts A and B of the BSA Health and Medical Forms with you to the event.
Instructor Candidates must be graduates of the NRA/NMLRA Basic Muzzleloading Class>