NRA Launches Free Online Experienced Hunter Education Course

US Precision Defense Your  National Rifle Association  (NRA) has launched its latest contribution to the hunting community: the  NRA Experienced...

NRA Launches Free Online Experienced Hunter Education Course
18March
NRA Launches Free Online Experienced Hunter Education Course
18March

NRA Launches Free Online Experienced Hunter Education Course

Written by Guest Contributor
in Section Safety And Education

US Precision Defense

Your National Rifle Association (NRA) has launched its latest contribution to the hunting community: the NRA Experienced Hunter Education Course.

“If you’ve taken a break from the shooting sports or haven’t hunted in a season or two, our Experienced Hunter Education Course is the perfect refresher for firearms safety and safe hunting practices,” explained Elizabeth Bush, managing director of NRA Community Engagement. “Best of all, we’re offering this service completely free of charge.”

NRA’s Experienced Hunter Education Course is an online review of everything an experienced hunter should know, including a review of firearm safety and safe hunting practices. Though not a substitute for state-mandated hunter-safety requirements, it will provide a solid foundation of the fundamentals.

“The NRA is dedicated to providing our members and supporters with the best safety training possible. Our Experienced Hunter Education Course is a wonderful addition to that commitment,” concluded Bush.

Free to all, this comprehensive hunting refresher course will help hunters become safer and more confident before heading out into the field. For more information, visit nra.yourlearningportal.com/Courses/NRA-Experienced-Hunter-Education and get ready for a safe and successful season.

This article first appeared on American Hunter

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