Items to be completed before the class date:
Pre-Course Questionnaire. Click here for PDF
Below are your Pre-Course Qualifications - Link to sign up for Pre-Qual Cost $50
Score 90% or better on NRA Basic Pistol Student Exam (written) Click here to sign up if you haven't taken you Basic Pistol course yet.
Phase 1 - Loading and Unloading
Single Action Revolver
Double Action Revolver
Phase 2— Clearing Common Semiautomatic Pistol Stoppages
Failure to Fire Drill
Double Feed Drill
Phase 3—Pistol Shooting
The NRA Instructor Training Qualification Target OR
IDPA Marksman (or better) OR
USPSA C (or better)
NRA CERTIFIED BASIC PISTOL INSTRUCTOR TRAINING
Steps to Get Certified To be able to conduct the NRA Basic Pistol Class
Course Goal: To develop NRA Certified Instructors who possess the knowledge, skill, and attitude necessary to conduct the NRA Basic Pistol Shooting Course.
Verify Eligibility – Must be 21 and able to legally own a firearm
Complete These Pre-Course Qualifications:
Complete the two-day NRA Pistol Instructor Training
Basic Pistol Instructor Led Training is included in this two day course.
After attending and passing the course, within 10 days, the course report will be submitted and you’ll be able to create a login on the NRA instructor site. Immediately after the certification fee is paid, then your credentials will be activated and you’re officially an NRA Certified Pistol Instructor.
Questions: Please call or email Brooke to discuss 860-506-7901 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Length: 16-20 hours (Includes the Basic Instructor Training).
A Great Start Shooting School
Teaching Safety is my aim - One on one Coaching or small group classes - Pistol Permit Class
Steps to attend the Class
Download, read, and fill out the NRA Instructor Training Program Pre-Course Questionaire
Sign up for Class, understanding this is a pass/fail class. Non Refundable event.
You must attend both days to pass. This is objective based learning. We will cover the information in as much or as little time as needed. Expect to be in class anywhere from 16 to 20 hours.