Saturday, February 25, 2017

NRA Outdoors

NRA Outdoors February Features
NRA Outdoors has posted 2017 firearms training classes for all locations. The West Virginia locations have added an additional range for tactical carbine and numerous dates for all classes, including defensive handgun.
There are new non-firearms classes, including an emergency casualty care course and a non-ballistic weapons training course.
NRA Outdoors' Hosted Adventures are filling up fast. The two newest ones just added this week are a prairie dog hunt with Orange County Choppers designer Jason Pohl, and a night vision tactical carbine class with a hog hunt on the last night.
Find out more about NRA Outdoors' Hosted Adventures and Schools.
British Columbia Moose Hunt Night Vision Tactical Carbine Class and Hog Hunt
Both of these hunting camps hold excellent numbers with a high level of success and first-rate trophy-quality Canadian moose. Read More Train at a private range to learn techniques and strategies and to get familiar with the night vision gear before hunting hog at a private ranch. Read More
Back Country Colorado Elk Hunts Precision Long Range Class
Ride on horseback to camp in large wall tents and hunt elk in the San Juan National Forest. Read More Shoot some of the best long-range equipment available, and learn from knowledgeable instructors who will break down the process in great detail. Read More
West Virginia Tactical Carbine Class Defensive Handgun
A two-day world-class introduction to defensive tactical shooting at a private training facility with federally accredited instructors. Read More
Learn timeless defensive mindset and defensive technique skills essential for avoiding or prevailing in defensive situations in a two-day intensive course. Read More

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