Boy Scouts looking for volunteers

For their 2010 Shooting Sports competition on their 100th Anniversary.  The even is going to be held at Fort A.P. Hill in Virginia.

Taking place July 26 – August 4, 2010, the administration of the shooting sports Merit Badge Midway and the various discipline-specific Action Area ranges (shotgun, air rifle, black powder rifle) will depend heavily on NRA-Certified Range Safety Officers (RSO) and Instructors.

Obviously, that’s over a year and half away, which is good news if you were interested in getting involved, because it means that there is plenty of time for you to get certified if you’re not already.  Click this link to get more information on becoming an NRA Certified Range Safety Officer or an Instructor.

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  1. This is something I’ve been wanting to do, and been looking at. Mostly because, when my wife drags me up to Michigan, kicking and screaming of course, I will need the NRA training course to get the ccw permit up there. So I might as well go all the way and become a trainer while I am at it. Perhaps it could put some money in my pocket as well. And if the Boy Scouts need some help, sure why not, they helped me as a kid, I be happy to give back.

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