NRA Reloading for both Metallic (Rifle & Pistol) and Shotgun Shell
Next Metallic Reloading Class - Thursday September 14, 2017
Whether you want to save money, or to tailor a load to suit your needs for accuracy, reduced recoil, or for hunting, reloading can be the next step in your hobby, or the ability to work up the finest cartridge for your gun.
Fisher Arms offers two classes, both sanctioned by the National Rifle Association, that will fit your needs as a beginner in the art of reloading your own ammunition.
First is Metallic Reloading, which will give you the Knowledge, and the Skills, and promote the proper Attitude needed to safely load ammunition for either a handgun, or a rifle. Metallic Reloading is taught using primarily Lee equipment,
Our Metallic Reloading class is now POST certified
If you are a law enforcement officer, this class will credit you with 6 hours of "Technical" and 2 hours of "Skill Firearms" continued training credit.
Next is Shotgun Shell Reloading, which will give you the Knowledge and Skills needed to safely load shotgun shells.
We have equipment to reload 12 gauge, 20 guage and 410 bore shotgunshells. The process for reloading 10, 12, 16, 20, or 28 gauge shotgun shells is exactly the same, but .410 is slightly more difficult because of it's size.
We will introduce you to both single stage presses, and progressive style presses alike. Even people who have been loading for many years still use single stage presses for working up loads prior to mass production, and for careful quality control when the need for the best cartridge possible is called for.
Equipment used in demonstrations is MEC products, is of sufficient quality that it is all very popular as "starter" equipment and is what most people buy for their first reloading adventure.
and Shotgun Shell Reloading is taught using an MEC loader.
In all reloading classes, each student will actually load several cartridges which will be taken to the range and test fired. However, because of insurance requirements, all shooting will be done by the instructor with the students watching.
Reloading classes are $125 per student either for Metallic, or Shotgun Shell. Take one class and the other will be just $100 (If you bring your student manual with you for the second class)
Included in the cost of the class is the NRA's 153 page "NRA's Guide to Reloading". All products and materials used in the reloading process during the class area also provided.
Like most other courses taught by Fisher Arms, Reloading classes qualify for a $10 discount for all returning students.