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WELCOME TO THE NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE LESSON 1 NO LIVE AMMUNITION IN THE CLASSROOM!

WELCOME TO THE NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE LESSON 1 NO LIVE AMMUNITION IN THE CLASSROOM!

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WELCOME TO THE NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE LESSON 1 NO LIVE AMMUNITION IN THE CLASSROOM!

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  1. NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-1ADMINISTRATIVE WELCOME TO THE NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE LESSON 1 NO LIVE AMMUNITION IN THE CLASSROOM! NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  2. Instructor Introductions

  3. NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-2ADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS POLICY REGARDING AMMUNITION IN THE CLASSROOM SECURITY OF FIREARMS RESTROOMS AND DRINKING FOUNTAINS TELEPHONES AND EMERGENCY EXITS POLICY REGARDING REFRESHMENTS/SNACKS POLICY REGARDING SMOKING SCHEDULE FOR BREAKS AND LUNCH AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING ADJUSTMENTS POLICY REGARDING CELL PHONES/PAGERS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  4. NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-3COURSE GOAL TO TEACH THE BASIC KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTITUDE NECESSARY FOR OWNING AND USING A RIFLE SAFELY. NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  5. NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-4A GUN OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITIES AMERICANS ENJOY A RIGHT THAT CITIZENS OF MANY OTHER COUNTRIES DO NOT—THE RIGHT TO OWN FIREARMS. BUT WITH THIS RIGHT COME RESPONSIBILITIES. IT IS THE GUN OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO STORE, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN HIS OR HER FIREARMS SAFELY. IT IS THE GUN OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT UNAUTHORIZED OR UNTRAINED INDIVIDUALS CANNOT GAIN ACCESS TO HIS OR HER FIREARMS. AND IT IS THE GUN OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO LEARN AND OBEY ALL APPLICABLE LAWS THAT PERTAIN TO THE PURCHASE, POSSESSION AND USE OF A FIREARM IN HIS OR HER LOCALE. GUNS ARE NEITHER SAFE NOR UNSAFE BY THEMSELVES. WHEN GUN OWNERS LEARN AND PRACTICE RESPONSIBLE GUN OWNERSHIP, GUNS ARE SAFE. NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  6. NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-5LESSON I: RIFLE KNOWLEDGE AND SAFE GUN HANDLING LEARNING OBJECTIVES: STATE THE COURSE GOAL AND ANY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE LESSONS IDENTIFY THE PRINCIPAL PARTS OF A RIFLE AND THE TYPES OF RIFLE ACTIONS, AND DEMONSTRATE HOW THEY FUNCTION STATE, EXPLAIN AND APPLY THE NRA RULES FOR SAFE GUN HANDLING DEMONSTRATE HOW TO HANDLE A RIFLE IN A SAFE MANNER NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  7. NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-6REASONS TO OWN A RIFLE RECREATIONAL SHOOTING COMPETITIVE SHOOTING HUNTING PROTECTION OF SELF AND FAMILY COLLECTING EXERCISE OF A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  8. NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-7MAIN PARTS OF A RIFLE ACTION BARREL STOCK NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  9. NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-8Stock • The stock is the handle which the rifle is held. The parts are • Butt • Comb • Grip • Fore-End (forearm) NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  10. Butt NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-9Stock Comb Grip Fore-end (Forearm) NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  11. NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-10BARREL PARTS Breech Muzzle Chamber Rifling Bore NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  12. RIFLING SPIRALING LANDS AND GROOVES THAT ENGRAVE THE BULLET AND GIVE IT SPIN AS IT TRAVELS THROUGH THE BORE NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-11LANDS & GROOVES LAND GROOVE GROOVE LAND NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  13. BOLT HANDLE BOLT REAR SIGHT Front Sight NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-12RIFLE PARTS COMB BUTT PAD MAGAZINE Fore end TRIGGER TRIGGER GUARD GRIP BUTT SLING SWIVELS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  14. The part of the rifle that allows the shooter to Load, Shoot, and Unload the Rifle NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-13THE ACTION OF A RIFLE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  15. Magazine NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-14THE ACTION OF A RIFLE A container that several cartridges can be placed Box Type NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  16. NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-15THE ACTION OF A RIFLE Tube Type Magazine NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  17. The Safety NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-16THE ACTION OF A RIFLE • A mechanical device when activated, or placed in the “on” position, blocks the operation of the trigger or firing pin. This prevents the rifle from firing • Remember, This is a mechanical device that is subject to malfunction. The safety should never be depended upon. NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  18. BOLT NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-17TYPES OF ACTIONS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  19. PUMP ACTION NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-18TYPES OF ACTIONS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  20. LEVER ACTION NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-19TYPES OF ACTIONS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  21. SEMI-AUTOMATIC NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-20TYPES OF ACTIONS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  22. HINGE ACTION NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-21TYPES OF ACTIONS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  23. FALLING BLOCK NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-22TYPES OF ACTIONS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  24. DRILLINGS NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-23TYPES OF ACTIONS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  25. SIGHTS NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-24TYPES OF SIGHTS Enable the shooter to aim the rifle Typical sights are: • Optical Sights (Scope) • Open Sights (Iron) • Aperture Sights (Peep) NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  26. Optical Sights (Scope) NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-25TYPES OF SIGHTS Small telescopes mounted on top of The action or barrel of a rifle. They have either fixed or variable magnification. NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  27. Optical Sights (Scope) NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-26TYPES OF SIGHTS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  28. Open Sights (Iron) NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-27TYPES OF SIGHTS They are standard equipment on most Factory rifles. They have a “V” or a notch in the rear sight NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  29. Open Sights (Iron) NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-285TYPES OF SIGHTS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  30. Aperture Sights (Peep) NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-29TYPES OF SIGHTS Usually mounted on the rear part of the action and are often called (Peep sights). They have a small hole in the center of the sight to look through NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  31. Aperture Sights (Peep) NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-30TYPES OF SIGHTS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  32. Responsibility NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-31SAFE HANDLING • Acquire Knowledge • Develop Skills • Good Attitude NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION

  33. 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 ready to use NRA BASIC RIFLE SHOOTING COURSE SLIDE I-32RULES FOR SAFE HANDLING NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION & TRAINING DIVISION