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PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2007 3:50 pm 
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Are you going to be teaching an NRA RSO class this summer?

ChinaKay and I wold like to complete this course.
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If you do it add me to the list of people interested.

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If you are NRA certified in other discipline, you use to be able to do it through an NRA home study course for a NRA range Safety Officer. Maybe that has changed, but that is what I did about 3 years ago.

They just recently also offered the handloading course by home study and a written test that has to be submitted.

Sorry Tom, I know you have to feed your habits, but I just had to tell them. :wink:

Truthfully, the IDPA Range Safety Officer class that I went through was more in depth than I even think the NRA course would be, and I have heard the same about other shooting sports.


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Self certification rocks, I did PPITH and Basic pistol with Tom and was able to do RSO, both reloading and RTBAV through self certification.


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Forgot about the RTBAV by home study, I did mine and paid much more before they offered it by home study. :(


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cobb wrote:
Forgot about the RTBAV by home study, I did mine and paid much more before they offered it by home study. :(


hehehehehehehe...................

China, look in your NRA materials from the instructor class you should have al the info for self cert in RSO, reloading and Refuse to be a victim.
Cobb is correct an NRA instructor can do these as take home.

Let me know if you can't find the info and I will post it.

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Here is RTBAV info

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Refuse to be a Victim

1. Order the packet #14958
2. Read all the materials; take the quiz (section 6)
3.Complete the Instructor Agreement and Instructor Information Sheet (end of Section 2)
4. Download the instructor application from the web:
www.nrahq.org/rtbav/instructor.asp
5. Enclose the check for $11 (NRA members) or $21 (for non-members)
6. Send the Quiz, the agreement, the application, the information sheet and the fee to:

NRA Education and Training
ATTN: Amy Dodson (RTBAV)
11250 Waples Mill Road
Fairfax, VA 22030

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Found it, Tom, thank you very much.

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