Upcoming NRA Courses

Tue/Thur, Aug 17 & 19 - NRA Range Safety Officer (RSO) course, 5:30pm - 9:30pm both nights.Mon/Wed, Aug 23 & 25 - NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting, 5:30pm - 9:30pm both nights. Feel free to contact us for locations and pricing for any of the courses listed. Phil Scarano - Chief Instructor HunterSafetyNYS@gmail.com Sandy Wisor… Continue reading Upcoming NRA Courses

Freedom Isn’t Free

Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 I am trying to understand why we are allowing big media tech companies like Twitter to censor good American citizens. For example from July 4th, Sam Brown, a retired Army Captain, tweeted “Freedom Isn’t Free”. His tweet… Continue reading Freedom Isn’t Free

NRA Assistant Instructor

Yes, I qualified as a NRA Assistant Instructor for Pistols. My plan is to continue to gain more experience and then move up to certified instructor level. My NRA Counselor, Phil Scarano, was impressed with my teaching skills, so I got that part down. I was asked to attend another pistol course to get more… Continue reading NRA Assistant Instructor

South Of The Border

It has been 6 months and no one from the new Presidency has visited the southern border. Finally, they are going this Friday to figure out what can be done to stop the surge of illegal aliens from entering the United States. But why on earth is the VP only going to El Paso, TX,… Continue reading South Of The Border

The History Of Firearms

Granted, I am only studying a few types of pistols to start with as part of the NRA required training, such as single action revolver, dual action revolver, and the semi-automatic pistol. However, there are so many different manufacturers, so I figure it would actually be interesting to see the history of how firearms evolved… Continue reading The History Of Firearms

NRA Instructor’s Course Part 2

Part 2 - Tonight’s class includes the 1st Round of Qualification for the basic instructor’s course includes shooting a pistol outside on the firing range. Each student is required to qualify as a NRA instructor by shooting 20 rounds in a 6x6 square on an 8” round target at 45 yards away. Yes, I qualified… Continue reading NRA Instructor’s Course Part 2

Firearm Safety and Security

Today, I am prepping this week for my NRA Basic Instructor’s course by reviewing what the basic safety and security rules for firearms. The top 5 basic rules for any gun owner are the following: Always treat any firearm as if it were loaded, so don’t rely on the firearm’s safety lock to be on.… Continue reading Firearm Safety and Security

The 2nd Amendment

As an American citizen, each of us has the Constitutional right to bear arms as per the 2nd Amendment, but we also need to be responsible when using firearms. The news is continuing to report more shootings than ever before. The other stigma is that everyone who owns a gun is bad, which is definitely… Continue reading The 2nd Amendment

Old Glory

Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 This Memorial weekend, I give honor to my beloved father who actively served in the United States Army. I do this by placing his American flag outside our house. He was very patriotic and he also loved… Continue reading Old Glory

Media 101 Week 14

The week media class is reviewing chapter 14 as to how mass communication is affected by politics. Students had a chance to discuss how negative aspects play into forming our political views. I shared the importance of the how the Constitution provides help with bipartisan disagreements. The history behind this concept is fully explain by… Continue reading Media 101 Week 14