Short Term Gunsmithing School

Have you ever been interested in taking an introductory Gunsmithing course to see if you would like to attend Gunsmithing School on a full-time basis? Are you interested in learning how to accurize your custom 1911 45 pistol? Are you an Armorer for a Law Enforcement Agency who would like to attend a Beretta Factory Class? The NRA Short-term Gunsmithing School courses would be ideal for you. These seminar type courses are typically offered during the spring and summer months, and range from several days to several weeks in length. Attend courses given by qualified instructors at the participating college location. Please note: this is not a degree program and you will not receive college credits for the course; however, you will receive a certificate indicating that you completed the class.

Men and women ages 18 and over can select from a variety of classes. The charges vary according to the course being offered. Many of the schools offer on-campus housing and meals at a reasonable rate or provide you with information on local housing or nearby camping facilities.

For more information and a packet of course curricula for the Spring and Summer 2010 sessions, contact Steve Hoback at NRA Education & Training Division at either shoback@nrahq.org or (703) 267-1496.

See www.nragunsmithing.com for a list of the courses being offered by each school.

Participating Schools: