By Michael KriegerA lot of Americans don’t want to think about getting a gun in the first place.
But with some NRA training classes and other activities, you can.
Here’s how to get your own NRA training.
Training on the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) gun safety course at the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) Training Center in Arlington, Va.
The NRA is giving the NRA’s NRA Training Center a $30 million grant to expand its safety and training offerings for its members.
The training center will host a three-day, full-day NRA training program.
The center will also have the opportunity to host gun safety seminars and other educational events.
This is part of a larger $1.4 billion grant the NRA has been offering to local, state and federal government agencies since 2004.
A new NRA Training Class will start Monday, Feb. 24.
This class will include a 10-day safety and shooting course and is part the NRA Safety & Shooting Education (S&SE) program.
The S&SE program, which was launched in 2004, provides the NRA with an array of courses on gun safety, safety training and safety accessories.
The S&SAE program is a partnership between the NRA and the National Safety Council (NSCC), which is funded by the Department of Justice and the Department, as well as other federal agencies.
The program, like the previous NRA Training classes, is free to all members.
But unlike previous NRA training courses, there are no mandatory gun safety classes.
Students will be required to attend the NRA Training center or other local gun safety training centers.
The first NRA training course will take place at the NRA training center on Saturday, Feb 24.
The course will be hosted by the National Sporting Goods Association (NSAG), which represents the firearms industry.
This will be the first NRA S&S program.
On Monday, March 4, the NRA will host an NRA S-Level gun safety class for its officers and members.
This S-level gun safety session will focus on gun safe operation and storage and is free for all members and officers.
On Sunday, March 5, NRA members will be able to attend this S-levels gun safety seminar and learn about safety in the workplace.
On Tuesday, March 6, NRA officers and officers of the NSSF will attend a second NRA S &SE training class.
This third NRA S.
Level gun training class will be a two-hour, full day class.
The class will cover gun safety equipment, safety education, training for law enforcement, and gun safety in general.
The final NRA S.-level gun training course on Monday, April 15, will be free for members and the public.
The NRA is offering this class for anyone who wants to learn more about safety.
This NRA S+ level gun safety workshop will include one on gun control and one on the N.R.A. National Rifle Conference (NRC).
The NRC is a national conference of law enforcement leaders.
The NSC is the national convention of firearms manufacturers and gun owners.
The NRC training class on Monday will focus primarily on firearms and firearm accessories.
There will be information on how to store firearms safely and how to properly use firearms.
The seminar will be held at the NRC’s Headquarters in Philadelphia.NRA Training Center members can also enroll in NRA’s S-Class gun safety and safety education program for free.
The program will provide an additional 20 hours of NRA-accredited, NRA-certified training for NRA members.
This will be another NSSC-funded NRA training session.
This session will be led by NRA President Wayne LaPierre.
This NRA S + level gun training seminar will also focus on firearms, ammunition, safety and other topics.
On Sunday, April 16, NRA staff members will attend the S + S NRA Shooting Safety & Safety Education seminar.
NRA members who are interested in participating can attend the seminar for free online.NRL officials said they expect to have the NRA S – Level gun safety program open by the end of the month.