Our Hunter Education program is on hold due to the Governor's Executive order. There is however an online class available. We will post when we can resume classes. Thank you...
Contact: Julie Sisk
Each year approximately 30,000 persons successfully complete a Michigan hunter education course. Successful completion of this class is required for all first-time hunters born on or after January 1, 1960. Hunting is a time-honored tradition in Michigan. It provides citizens with millions of pleasurable hours of wholesome, challenging outdoor recreation. Most hunters develop an intense appreciation for the wilderness, wildlife and a clean environment through their participation in hunting. The challenge of becoming a sportsperson becomes a lifelong quest. Most hunters know the lasting fun of hunting comes only when it is conducted safely and responsibly. Safe hunting begins with hunter education.
NRA Instructor Training Courses.
For more information about instructor classes contact: David Kominiak BORCC NRA Education Coordinator phone: (219) 309-3099 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Basic Pistol is an NRA program taught by certified NRA instructors for beginners or those whom have not shot for a long time and need a refresher. The course covers criteria for individual selection of a handgun, firearm safety, the basic fundamentals of shooting, and cleaning. Handguns are provided for those without their own. To insure that people select and purchase the right handgun for their use, it is recommended that beginners NOT purchase one until after they have taken the class. Classes are from 8-5 and include live fire. The class is open to club members and the general public.
Class fee - General Public $120
We teach and live the NRA 3 rules for safe gun handling:
1: ALWAYS keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
2: ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
3: ALWAYS keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.
Safety Thru Education!
Women's Shooting Experience (WSE) - Introduction to Concealed Carry Pistol
The Women's Shooting Experience is a class for women taught by women. Its objective is to get women past the .22 caliber pistol and be introduced to shooting concealed carry handguns. The class is open to club members and the general public. Class fee - $70.
(WSE) - Introduction to Concealed Carry Pistol
NRA Basics of Personal Protection in the Home (PPITH)
Pistol License Course (CPL)
Michigan Concealed Pistol License Law Class
This program is for young people from 8 to 18 years of age. With one on one coaching, our certified instructors and coaches work with students, instructing them in the fundamentals of marksmanship and safety. Those who wish to do so may continue on to the NRA Winchester Rifle qualification. Click on the link below for more information.
This program is open to the public and is free of charge. Ownership of a firearm is not required, firearms, ammunition and eye and ear protection are provided by BORCC.
Women on Target
This is a "Ladies Only" introductory firearms class with one-on-one instruction. Personal firearms are not required. The class is open to club members and the general public. Class fee $30.
Archery has been an activity at BORCC going back to the start of the club. In 2015 an 8 week Beginning Archery Class was added to the classes offered at BORCC.
Classes have been suspended until the club finds a qualified trainer.
Project Appleseed is an activity of The Revolutionary War Veterans Association, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, dedicated to teaching every American our shared heritage and history as well as traditional rifle marksmanship skills. Our volunteer instructors travel across the country teaching those who attend about the difficult choices, the heroic actions, and the sacrifices that the Founders made on behalf of modern Americans, all of whom are their progeny.
Our heritage program vividly portrays the Battles of Lexington and Concord with the kind of care and immediacy that is absent from most formal schooling. Modern listeners are confronted with the danger, the fear, and the heartbreaking separations that arose out of the choices made on April 19th, 1775. They are also reminded of the marksmanship skills and masterful organization that ultimately helped set the colonists on the path to success.