The NRA Pistol Instructor course has changed. Please read the following new requirements:
In order to become an NRA certified Pistol Shooting Instructor, you must SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE PHASE 1 of the NRA Pistol Shooting Course FIRST. This is an online course that is approximately 7 – 10 hours in length, and it may be broken up over multiple sessions. There is a $60 fee for this course, payable to the NRA at enrollment.REGISTER NOW for PHASE 1
Once you take this PHASE 1 course and pass the test, you will be given a PIN code which is required in order to enroll in the classroom PHASE 2, scheduled to be held at PGC on October 28-29. The course fee for Phase 2 is $200 and is due prior to attendance. EMAIL THE INSTRUCTOR (CLICK HERE) TO RECEIVE ADDITIONAL PREREQUISITES AND AN INSTRUCTOR APPLICATION. You will also want to review the PREREQUISITES (shown below) which we will evaluate during the PHASE 2 course.REGISTER NOW for PHASE 2
SHOOTING QUALIFICATIONS (Phase 2 Prerequisites)
- The candidate may use ANY gun, caliber, and sights. Shooting must be two-handed standing (unsupported).
- Must have a minimum of 16 shots out of 20 WITHIN THE MAXIMUM GROUP SIZE. All shots have to hit the target. The qualifying round can be fired in groups, e.g. 4 groups of 5, or 2 groups of 10 shots.
- The shooting distance and maximum group size are outlined below, your choice of distance.
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