Shotgun Shell Reloading
Reloading introduces the shooting enthusiast to an entirely new part of the shooting sports. And once started, many shooters regret that they did not begin reloading sooner! Reloading is a relaxing, enjoyable pursuit that can fill many hours and provide the shooter with a sense of accomplishment and a feeling of satisfaction. Reloading is one of the most technically-oriented activities in the shooting sports. It is extremely important for a beginner to learn and constantly apply all of the reloading safety rules.
The NRA Basic Shotgun Shell Reloading Course exposes students to the fundamentals of shotgun shell reloading. The Course is designed to enable shooters with little or no prior experience in reloading to acquire the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude to produce safe, consistent and accurate reloaded ammunition.
This will provide beginning reloaders with the basic knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to safely reload shotgun shells. The student will learn basic reloading procedures: information about choosing hulls, primers, powers, wads and shot or slugs; information about different types of reloading equipment; and their proper setup and operation.
Length of this course is a minimum of 8 hours.
Scheduled by appointment only.