NRA Basic Rifle Shooting (BRS)
BRS is an 8-hour in-depth introduction to rifles that covers in detail safety practices, different types of rifles & reasons to own each, rifle components & operations, loading & unloading, malfunctions & stoppages, cartridge components, assembly & disassembly, rifle maintenance, fundamentals of rifle shooting (sight alignment, sight picture, breath control, hold control, trigger control & reset, follow through), various shooting techniques & positions, optics, grouping & zeroing your shots, adjusting sights, and CQC. Rifles included in this training session are bolt action, lever-action, semi-automatic, and bullpup action. Caliber sizes range from .22 – 7.62. Course provides certificates to apply for Firearms Identification Card (FIDC).
Course includes gun rentals, ammunition, eye & ear protection, targets, and live fire at the range.
Prerequisites – None