NRA Shotgun Instructor

NRA Shotgun Instructor 2017-01-31T16:01:21+00:00


NRA Shotgun Instructor

The NRA Shotgun Instructor Course begins with the Basic Instructor Training (known as the “BIT”) which covers the NRA policies and procedures. Then the instructor candidates will explore the various type of shotgun actions (hinge, pump, semi-autos), and shotshells (birdshot, buckshot, shotslugs). Then, in the classroom, the instructor candidates will practice the fundamentals of shotgun shooting, practicing the technique of teaching the “swing-through” method of lead.

On day two of the course, the instructor candidates will go out to a skeet field and, starting with position seven, employ the “coach-pupil” teaching method and learn how to get their fellow instructors to hit the target in increasing difficulty. In the final discussion, the instructor candidates will evaluate the various tips they gained from each other and come to consensus regarding the most effective coaching techniques.


NRA Shotgun Instructor @ AllSafe Defense Systems
Jul 29 @ 8:00 am – Jul 30 @ 3:30 pm

In addition to the NRA “Trainers Guide,” this course is designed to train experienced shotgunners to teach novices the proper skills required to hit a moving target. The NRA Shotgun Course teaches stance, gun ready position, swing to target, trigger pull, and follow through. The course encourages students to enjoy shotgun games and shooting activities. Instructor candidates will need their shotguns on day two and approximately 50 rounds of birdshot (7 1/2, #8, or #9)

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Cost for this class is $160.