This NRA course is designed to prepare individuals who possess basic firearms knowledge to run a live fire range, indoor and outdoor ranges are covered. Upon completion of this course students will become NRA certified Range Safety Officers. Certified Range Safety Officers are required for all Boy Scouts of America shooting events, NRA sanctioned shooting competitions and events, as well as many other shooting events and practically every commercial shooting range and gun club.

Every student will learn how to properly take control of firearms on the firing line, how to identify stoppages and malfunctions, and how to properly clear them.

Student Materials:
- Range Safety Officer packet with RSO course book and test.

Course Outline:
- The Role of a Range Safety Officer
- The purpose of Standard Operating Procedures
- Range Layouts and Limits
- Range Inspection
- Range Rules
- How to conduct a Range Safety Briefing
- Emergency Procedures
- Firearm Stoppages and Malfunctions
- How to properly control a shooter on the firing line.

Help your local range or gun club by becoming a Range Safety Officer, you can help other shooters enjoy shooting safety and responsibly, while reducing insurance costs to your club or range!


PRE-REQUISITE: Candidate must have successfully completed the NRA Basic Instructor Training (BIT) and be an NRA Certified Range Safety Officer (RSO) prior to attending this course.

NRA Chief Range Safety Officers are people who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to organizing, conducting, and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations. This course requires the NRA Range Safety Officer certifications as a prerequisite.

The successful completion of this course will allow individuals to educate, train, and certify NRA Range Safety Officers.