Pistol and Rifle Events
Sponsored By The Northern Arizona Shooting Foundation:
Beginners' Shotgun Clinics: The goal of the shotgun clinics is to provide beginning shooters with an introduction to the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to own and use a shotgun.
Clinic Topics: Each hands-on clinic will run from 1-5 p.m. and will interactively teach:
Introduction to Shotgun Safety, Parts, and Operation
Introduction to Ammunition and the Fundamentals of Shotgun Shooting
Introduction to Shotgun Shooting at Straightaway and EASY Targets
Introduction to Shotgun Cleaning, Storage, and Training Opportunities
Tentative 2021 Clinic Dates (Depending on COVID-19 Pandemic Situation):
Sunday, August 1st, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Participants must register 2 weeks in advance by emailing Deb Wolf to obtain a registration Form: email@example.com or by registering directly online at: https://www.nrainstructors.org/search.aspx For information on Deb's qualifications, go to https://deborahwolf6.wixsite.com/sureshot
Free Rifle and Archery "Sighting In" Days September TBA AND October TBA
Hunters, now that you have your tag, it's time to get your bow and your rifle sighted in. The Northern Arizona Shooting 100 Yard Range and the archer target and 3-D range will be free to use from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. . Targets will be provided at no charge. So, come on out to the range to sight in your weapons. Here are the directions to the range:
Range is approximately 5 miles south of I-40 at the Winona Exit, proceed south on FR82, turn right onto FR128, at approximately 4 miles, turn left on FR128A, or just follow the signs from I-40 Exit
Remember speed limit on Forest Roads is 25 MPH, please keep the speeds and dust down and respect the neighboring landowners
Sponsored By Outside Groups
Project Appleseed Is Coming To Flagstaff, AZ:
Clinics focus on Rifle Marksmanship Skills - Six Steps to Firing the Shot, Natural Point of Aim, Sling Use, and more - and the History of the Beginning of the American Revolutionary War – Our Nation's Heritage.
Project Appleseed is the mission of the Revolutionary War Veterans Association (RWVA), a 501(c)(3) organization. Founded in 2006, Project Appleseed and its volunteers are committed to bringing traditional rifle marksmanship skills and the story of April 19, 1775, to each and every
American. Our goal is to reconnect each participant to our unique American heritage and encourage all to become active and engaged citizens. For more information about Online Pre-Registration, What to Bring, and What to Expect, visit: http://appleseedinfo.org/index.html
Where: Northern Arizona Shooting Range
Directions: From Flagstaff, head east on Hwy I-40. Take the Winona Exit (#211) and turn right (south)
Follow the signs to the Norther Arizona Shoot Range (USFS Road 128A, 3.8 miles past junction of USFS Roads 82 and 128)
When: Dates for 2021 will be posted at the above website
Cost: Pre-registration cost for the full weekend: Adults: $60, under 18: $20;
Active Duty Military, LEO, Elected Officials FREE.
Range/Insurance Fee: Non-members must also pay a $7/day range/insurance fee on-site. See website below for more info, including directions and start times.
Equipment: Rifles and ammunition are not supplied.
Arizona Hunter Education Program:
The purpose of Arizona’s Hunter Education Program is to promote safe, knowledgeable and responsible hunter conduct, to emphasize the importance of wildlife management, laws and regulations, and to encourage the safe handling of firearms and bowhunting equipment.
Any individual nine years of age or older may complete a hunter education course offered through the Department. To hunt big game, youth under the age of 14 must complete hunter education. While you must be 10 years of age to hunt big game you may complete Hunter Education at the age of 9 however, the hunter education completion card and certificate does not become valid until the child’s 10th birthday.
The Arizona hunter education program is not just for children or hunters. This educational program is a valuable experience for anyone who enjoys the outdoors and has an interest in conservation. Parents are encouraged to participate in the course with their child. For veteran hunters, the course serves as an excellent refresher.
You may take Hunter Education in Arizona two different formats; through a classroom setting or an on-line curriculum. Both courses require a hands-on field day and exam. Classroom setting courses are a minimum of 12 hours of classroom learning. Classroom courses are generally offered during weekends and week nights across the state. Field days are conducted at the Northern Arizona Shooting Range and other local ranges throughout Arizona.
At a minimum your Hunter Education Course will include the following topics:
Responsibility, safety skills
Conservation, fair chase, fair share, hunters’ ethics and hunters’ image
Planning and preparation, maps and compasses, survival skills, coping with extreme weather and basic first aid
Firearm safety, nomenclature, function, handling and shot-selection
Basic muzzleloading, bowhunting, handguns, use of boats in hunting and use of off-highway vehicles
Wildlife conservation, management and identification
Marksmanship, rifle and shotgun shooting, hunting strategies, vital shots and care of game
Arizona hunting laws and regulations and licensing
The classes and field day exercises are presented locally by certified volunteer Hunter Education Instructors. These dedicated instructors, many who have been teaching for several decades, give of their own time to provide this important information. This year there will be at least two classroom sessions and 4 Field Day opportunities for those who are interested in the program.
Additional information is available at: http://www.azgfd.gov/i_e/edits/hunter_education.shtml.