By Lars Dalseide | March 27 2014 16:02

Pistol Instructor Training taught by Women For women at NRA Convention in Indianapolis

Women teaching women how to shoot at an NRA Clinic Indianapolis, Indiana - We have a question for the female firearm enthusiasts out there.

Ever think about becoming an NRA Certified Instructor? Don't want to bother with the regular classroom setting? Well how about making it all happen at the NRA Convention this year in Indianapolis?

Starting on the first day of the Annual Meeting, a few dozen ladies will gather at the Indiana Convention Center for a three-day NRA Pistol Instructor course. Better yet — all the instructors are women.

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to become part of the NRA female instructor development effort. Successful completion of this course entitles you to all the gratification and fulfillment that comes with helping other women learn to shoot.

Here's the where and when:

Friday, April 25, 9:00 am to Noon
Range Pre-Qualification – Indy Trading Post
2851 Madison Ave, Indianapolis, IN

1:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Classroom – Indiana Convention Center
100 S. Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46225

Saturday, April 26, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Classroom – Indiana Convention Center

Sunday, April 27, 9:00 am to 11:00 am
Classroom – Indiana Convention Center
Range Practical Exercise – Indy Trading Post
12:00 pm to 4:30 pm Course Completion
Classroom – Indiana Convention Center

To be eligible for this course, instructor candidates must:

  • possess a solid background in firearm safety and pistol shooting skills acquired through previous firearm training or previous shooting experience, and be competently familiar with each type of pistol action
  • complete and submit a pre-course questionnaire
  • achieve a minimum score of 90% on the Basic Pistol Shooting Course exam
NRA Certified Instructors The entire course runs $250. That covers the course materials, range use, firearm use, ammunition and range equipment.

After all is said and done, you will be required to demonstrate solid and safe pistol handling skills and successfully complete qualification exercises as well as receive the endorsement of the NRA Training Counselor conducting the course. Take care of that and you will become an NRA-certified pistol instructor.

If this sounds like the tune for you, contact Diane Danielson at femaleinstructors@nrahq.org or 703-267-3999 for an application.

Don't let this moment pass you by.

Comments

Comments are closed

Powered by BlogEngine.NET Theme by Cylosoft © Copyright 2014 The National Rifle Association of America