"Students are required to attend all class sessions including all field day exercises. The class is an interactive course with several "hand-on" experiences. Students are expected to participate in all activities. the final exam consists of a 40 question written test and also a "gun handling" assessment. Both are given individually to each student on the last day of class. There are also homework assignments, called chapter reviews
in the back of their manual, that the students must
complete. Thereafter, our new graduates will become
our future safe hunters and shooters."
The Southport Masters clubhouse provides
appropriate classroom and range facilities.
Wisconsin-FORCE, the Wisconsin state firearms
association, has contributed funding for the purchase of eye
and ear protection as well as ammunition for student use.
WDNR training is recognized in all 50 United States, Canada,
and Mexico as well as other countries around the world.
Hunter Safety Director
Southport has been sponsoring the Wisconsin Department of
Natural Resources Hunter Safety programs for many years.
Southport member Beau Bosovich has many years of firearms
safety and related marksmanship youth training program experiences.
in addition to being a DNR Licensed Trainer, he has earned the NRA
Range Safety Officer credentials and is an NRA Certified Instructor in
Pistol, Rifle, had Home Firearm Safety disciplines. In his own words:
"The Hunter Education Course objectives are: