In order to sign up for a course, you must be eligible to own and possess a firearm, Some courses will require attendees be 18 years of age or older.
Those enrolling in a Idaho Gun School training course must be a US Citizen, or ITAR approved. Appropriate government ID will be needed on the day of training.
No use of alcohol or any controlled substances while attending a course.
On the day of training, bring weather related gear. This includes appropriate clothing, footwear and sunscreen.
Students will be responsible for bringing their own food, snacks and hydration. A lunch break (usually 30 minutes) will be taken midway through training.
Students must bring their own weapon system(s), ammunition and EYE & EAR protection. Slings for rifles/carbines and holsters for pistols will be necessary to attend a course.
HOLSTER REQUIREMENTS: For safety reasons, holsters must not collapse or close upon itself when the pistol is removed. You should be able to re-holster with one hand. Additionally, no cross-draw or shoulder holsters will be allowed in an Idaho Gun School course.
Idaho Gun School courses will take place on a private shooting bay at a local outdoor range, with no outside interruptions. After enrollment, specific directions and further information will be provided.
NO steel core/penetrator rifle ammo, as steel targets are frequently used.
Lastly, bring a positive attitude and expect to have fun!