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NO AMMUNITION in the classroom NONE !. Firearms UNLOADED Action OPEN On the table in front of you. FIRST Steps Orientation (Rifle) Welcome & Registration. F irearms I nstruction , R esponsibility & S afety T raining.

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no ammunition in the classroom none

NO AMMUNITION in the classroomNONE !

Firearms UNLOADED

Action OPEN

On the table in front of you

first steps orientation rifle welcome registration

FIRST Steps Orientation(Rifle)Welcome & Registration

Firearms

Instruction,

Responsibility &

Safety

Training

slide3
Orientation Goal: To introduce the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to safely own and use your rifle.
  • Schedule
  • Facilities
  • Fit
  • Basic handbooks
lesson 1
Lesson 1
  • Safety Rules
  • Rifle Parts
  • Rifle Operation
nra gun safety rules
NRA Gun Safety Rules
  • Always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction
  • Always keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot.
  • Always keep the gun unloaded until you’re ready to use it.
lesson 1 rifle parts stock
Lesson 1Rifle Parts… Stock
  • Butt
  • Comb
  • Grip (wrist)
  • Fore-end (or Fore-arm)
lesson 1 rifle parts barrel
Lesson 1Rifle Parts…Barrel
  • Muzzle
  • Breech
  • Chamber
  • Bore
  • Rifling
  • Sights
lesson 1 rifle parts action
Lesson 1Rifle Parts…Action
  • Receiver
  • Bolt/breech block
  • Trigger
  • Trigger guard
  • Magazine
  • Safety
lesson 1 rifle operation
Lesson 1Rifle Operation
  • Loading
  • Unloading
review lesson 1 safety parts operation
ReviewLesson 1 – Safety, Parts & Operation
  • Safety Rules
  • Rifle Parts
  • Rifle Operation
lesson 2
Lesson 2
  • Ammunition Considerations
  • Shooting Fundamentals
shooting fundamentals the five fundamentals of rifle shooting
Shooting FundamentalsThe Five Fundamentals of Rifle Shooting

1. Position

2. Breath Control

3. Aiming

4. Trigger Squeeze

5. Follow Through

shooting fundamentals 1 position body
Shooting Fundamentals1. Position -- body
  • Comfortable, balanced relaxed; bone-bone support; aligned with target
  • Both elbows on bench
  • Shooting hand grasping the grip
  • Non-shooting hand?
  • Head erect
shooting fundamentals 1 position rifle
Shooting Fundamentals1. Position -- rifle
  • Rifle positioned firmly against the shoulder
  • Grip of the stock grasped with lower three fingers, thumb on top
  • Fore-end lies on relaxed non-shooting hand
shooting fundamentals 2 breath control
Shooting Fundamentals2. Breath Control
  • Body movement affects the shot
    • So… quiet yourself
  • Breathing requires muscle movement
    • So… shoot between breaths
  • Breathe out part way, hold, and shoot.
  • Don’t hold your breath too long or muscle tremors will create movement and disrupt the shot.
shooting fundamentals 3 aiming sight alignment22
Shooting Fundamentals3. Aiming -- Sight Alignment
  • Eye relief
  • Cheek placement
  • Target, front sight and rear sight aligned
shooting fundamentals 4 trigger squeeze
Shooting Fundamentals4. Trigger Squeeze

Don’t use the “P” word!!!

Pad of index finger on trigger—clear of the stock

Gradually increasing pressure STRAIGHT BACK until the mechanism releases

SURPRISE yourself when the gun shoots

shooting fundamentals the five fundamentals of rifle shooting25
Shooting FundamentalsThe Five Fundamentals of Rifle Shooting

1. Position

2. Breath Control

3. Aiming

4. Trigger Squeeze

5. Follow Through

review lesson 2 ammunition fundamentals
ReviewLesson 2 - Ammunition & Fundamentals
  • Proper Ammo
  • Malfunctions
  • Hand/eye choice
  • Fundamentals
lesson 3 practical exercise on the range
Lesson 3Practical Exercise on the Range

Safety rules

Range commands

Learning a position

Common problems

Shoot the exercise

Review & critique

nra gun safety rules28
NRA Gun Safety Rules
  • Always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction
  • Always keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot.
  • Always keep the gun unloaded until you’re ready to use it.
other safety rules
Other Safety Rules
  • Be sure the gun is safe to operate
  • Know how to use the gun safely
  • Use only the correct ammunition
  • Know your target and what is beyond it
  • Wear hearing and eye protection
  • Never use alcohol or drugs before or while shooting
  • Store guns so they are not accessible to unauthorized persons
  • ***Other rules may apply!
introduction to shooting range commands procedures
Introduction to ShootingRange Commands & Procedures

“Load” or “Load xx rounds”

“Commence Firing”

“Cease Firing”

Problem?

Malfunction?

Dropped ammo?

introduction to shooting learning a shooting position
Introduction to ShootingLearning a Shooting Position
  • Study the position
  • Practice without a rifle
  • Practice with an unloaded rifle
  • Align to the target
  • Test the position by live firing
introduction to shooting at the firing point
Introduction to ShootingAt the Firing Point

TAKE YOUR TIME. KEEP YOUR COOL.

  • Focus on safety and the shooting fundamentals.
  • Strive for consistent shot groups.
introduction to shooting common problems
Introduction to ShootingCommon Problems
  • Flinching—anticipating the shot
  • Jerking—

uneven trigger pull

  • Fatigue—

man, this is work!

review lesson 3 practical exercise on the range
ReviewLesson 3 - Practical Exercise on the Range
  • Bench rest Position
  • One Round Exercise
  • Three Round Exercise & adjust sights
  • Off-hand (standing) Position
lesson 4
Lesson 4
  • Rifle care and cleaning
  • Rifle storage
  • Next steps
rifle care cleaning purpose of cleaning
Rifle Care & CleaningPurpose of Cleaning
  • Remove powder residue
  • Remove rust & crud
  • Protect the pistol from rust, corrosion and wear
  • Make sure rifle is correctly assembled and functions properly
rifle cleaning safety guidelines
Rifle CleaningSafety Guidelines
  • Ammunition must not be present in the area
  • The gun must be unloaded
  • The action must be open
rifle cleaning materials needed
Rifle CleaningMaterials Needed
  • Soft cloth
  • Cleaning rod/cable
  • Cleaning attachments
  • Cloth patches
  • Small brush
  • Bore cleaner
  • Gun oil
  • Rifle Stand
rifle cleaning procedures
Rifle CleaningProcedures
  • Field strip (break down for cleaning)
  • Wet down bore with a wet patch
  • Brush gun and wipe off powder residue
  • Brush bore with a wet brush
  • Clean bore with dry patches until they come out clean
  • Wipe gun clean and lightly lubricate
  • Lightly oil bore (one patch, light oil)
  • Reassemble and check function
health and hygiene considerations
Health and Hygiene Considerations
  • Avoid eating, drinking or smoking while shooting or cleaning firearms
  • After shooting and cleaning firearms wash hands and face before eating or drinking.
  • Change clothes and shower after a shooting session
rifle storage nra rule store guns so they are not accessible to unauthorized persons
Rifle StorageNRA Rule: Store guns so they are not accessible to unauthorized persons
  • Trigger Lock
  • Lockable rifle case
  • Lockable gun rack
  • Safe
  • Separate guns and ammunition
next steps how to keep what you ve learned
Practice, practice, practice.

Use big close targets, don’t lose bullets

First practice skills you’re weak in.

Accuracy first, then speed!

Next StepsHow to keep what you’ve learned:
next steps additional training
Next StepsAdditional Training
  • NRA Basic Rifle Shooting Course
  • Competitive shooting
    • High Power
    • Small bore
    • Tactical rifle, IPSC, IDPA
    • Hunting
review lesson 4 care cleaning storage next steps
ReviewLesson 4 – Care & Cleaning, Storage, Next Steps
  • Why, when and how to clean your rifle
  • Safe gun storage
  • Next steps…PRACTICE