Circle Ten Shooting Sports

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NRA Instructor Classes (2016)

Circle Ten offers NRA Instructor Classes in Rifle, Shotgun, Pistol, and Muzzle Loading (which includes Rifle, Shotgun and Pistol) and Basic Instructor Training (BIT). BIT is required for all new instructors (i.e. someone who doesn't already hold a NRA Instructor course) Courses are held through out the year at different time and locations. Most of the classes are held at Camp Wisdom, specific  classes maybe at a different locaction due to facility available. These classes are also suggested for adults who wish to become a merit badge counselor for either Rifle or Shotgun. NRA Instructor classes are two days, Day 1 8am to 5pm, Day 2 8a to approximately 3pm.

Important Notes:

Online registration is required and you are not registered in the class until you pay for the class. Registration for the class closes 10 days prior to the date of the class in order for us to order and receive the materials needed for the class.


Rifle / Shotgun

Pistol  Muzzleloading

Basic Instructor Training. This class is required for all students interested in getting their Rifle / Shotgun / Pistol Instructor certifications. If you do not already have an instructor rating (in anything) you MUST take this class first before you can take a Gun Type specific class. The BIT Class must be taken within  the last two years before you take the instructor course.

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Generally held twice a year, the new schedule (2016) now does both Rifle and Shotgun in one weekend.

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Generally held once a year

Check the Shooting Sports event list for upcoming classes

Generally held once a year, this class now combines the Rifle, Shotgun and Pistol muzzle loading Instructor classes to reflect the change by the NRA in 2105 in only having one certification for all.

Check the Shooting Sports event list for upcoming classes

NRA's Three Rules of Gun Safety

  1. Always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction
  2. Always keep the gun unloaded until ready to shoot
  3. Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot

    News & Updates



    Welcome to the new home for Circle Ten Shooting Sports activities. Here we hope to inform the Scouters of the Circle Ten Council on activities in the Shooting Sports committee for Circle Ten.
    Have a question or need to contact the Circle 10 Shooting Sports Committee?Click here to send us an email.
    Your unit (or district) having a shooting event and looking for qualified personal to help?Click here to send a help request to our help coordinator. Please submit the request with as much lead time as you can. Please include your unit's district so we can send the request to the right people. Thank you.
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