The NRA Range Safety Officer (RSO) program was developed in response to the demand for a nationally recognized range safety officer certification. To become a NRA Range Safety Officer, you must pass the RSO course and demonstrate that you possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to organizing, conducting, and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations.
This live classroom-based course is facilitated by Todd Smith, an NRA Certified Chief Range Safety Officer. The nine-hour course consists of classroom time and practical exercises conducted on a range.
The Boy Scouts of America requires an NRA RSO be present when scouts are shooting or handling firearms.
Terms & Conditions
When purchasing a class from GunStart you are certifying that you are legally able to handle a firearm. Specifically this means you are not a felon and do not have any outstanding legal issues that prohibit you from accessing a firearm.
All classes are transferable but non-refundable. No shows and last minute cancellations (less than one week) will result in forfeiture of your registrations fees. Please call with questions.