BECOME A Range Safety OfficeR
NRA DEVELoPMENT COURSE
December 5, 2021
(9 hour course)
"Because safe gun handling is our first priority in every class taught, we encourage every gun owner to continue to educate and train in safe gun handling skills. Shot placement will follow. You can not stray from gun safety and should never be considered paranoia. Safe gun handling should be redundant. Safe gun handling is literally in every single movement you make when handling a gun and we show you exactly what we mean with demonstrations. We believe practice does not make perfect, but perfect practice makes perfect. You can practice any ol' way, but that does not make it perfect. Common sense dictates that guns do not kill people, people kill people, that is why it take a person behind the gun for the trigger to be pulled and the shot to go off." - Sandy "Robi" Robison
Course Cost: $100
Course Length: 9 hours (classroom time)
Any student that completes the "Firearm Fundamentals and Gun Safety" course will receive $20.00 off the cost of the NRA Range Safety Officer Development Course. We track all registrations, so please let us know when registering and we will apply your discount! Prior registration for both courses is required. Call 702-308-3942 for discount.
The NRA Range Safety Officer (RSO) program was developed in response to the demand for a nationally-recognized range safety officer certification. The NRA Range Safety Officers are people who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to organizing, conducting, and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations.
Lesson 1: Introduction to the Range Safety Officer Course
Lesson 2: Roles of the Range Safety Officer and Range Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Lesson 3: Range Inspection and Range Rules
Lesson 4: Range Safety Briefing
Lesson 5: Emergency Procedures
Lesson 7: Gun stoppages and malfunctions
Lesson 8: Range Safety Officer Examination
Students who complete this course will receive a NRA Range Safety Officer Certification, valid in all 50 states.
Candidates who wishes to become certified Range Safety Officers must:
Be 21 or older.
Attend the entire course.
Participate in discussions and practical exercises.
Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to organize, conduct, and supervise safe shooting activities and range operations.
Achieve an examination score of 90% or higher.
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