Marueen Rogers~Lady Gets A Gun. 
cropped cropped Maureen 000921Maureen's specialty is not only to assist women to become more comfortable with firearms, but in some cases to also remediate fears and dismantle fallacies about fire arms.  She teaches safe handling, mindset, maintenance, and markmanship with firearms. 
Maureen is associated with Redmond Rod & Gun Club as a Chief Range Safety Officer, is the Pistol and Rifle instructor at Ladies' Nites, and a Pistol Instructor for the Women on Target Clinic.  She is also the Cub Scout Day Camp District Shooting Sports Director, running the BB Gun and Archery ranges and Eddie Eagle learning station.
Maureen and her husband Norman, also instruct coed firearms classes.  For information please call Maureen at 541-604-0144.


Eric White~O/U Shotgun Instruction LLCEric White
Eric provides shotgun instruction for all levels.  The instruction is taught at the Redmond Rod & Gun Club where students can learn basic shotgun skills at the training area.  The 'Green Course' can be used for introductory level and the 'Black Course' for challenging targets.  For additional information please contact Eric at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Patrick Maley~Cascade Gun & Safety
Maley FamilyPatrick provides instruction from the beginner to intermediate pistol shooters.  For women, couples, families and 1st time firearm buyers.  He is a NRA Certified Pistol Instructor and Range Safety Officer and offers structured classroom with live-fire training exercises.   Through the classroom training and live-fire exercises, Patrick will help you build the confidence, knowledge and awareness needed to defend yourself, protect your home and safeguard your family.  The more information you have, the safer you will be.  Please contact Patrick via 541-904-4129 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.





 

NRA RANGE SAFETY OFFICER 2020 TRAINING COURSES in PDF format


Range Safety Officer Course Description

Course is a Saturday 8:00 am-7:00 pm.  Pre-registration on line at  nrainstructors.org is required.  Course fee is $75, minimum age is 21, must be lawful citizen of the United States.  No live ammunition or concealed carry allowed in classroom.  All firearms will be provided for the course training. Please bring your lunch, snacks, beverage to keep yourself comfortable during class.  Basic knowledge of firearm safety, function, and malfunction, a receptive & positive attitude, student participation & interaction is expected.  The course goal is to develop NRA certified Range Safety Officers who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to organizing, conducting, and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations.  Course content  includes: ensure range is safe to use, conduct range safety briefings for shooters, handle ammunition & gun malfunctions safely, role of the NRA Range Safety Officer and Range Standard Operating Procedures, supervise safety aspects of shooting activities, and handle emergency procedures as established by range management.  NRA membership is not required but strongly recommended for ease of NRA certification.  Thank you for your time and efforts to keep shooting as a safe activity.  Please mail $40 check as a nonrefundable deposit to reserve your spot to:  Maureen N Rogers.  63930 N Hwy 97 Unit 49   Bend, OR  97701-8867.  Phone/text 541-604-0144 with any questions or concerns.

Maureen Rogers


 

BASIC RANGE SAFETY OFFICER COURSE

Filling the ranks of Range Safety Officers has been an ongoing project at Redmond Rod and Gun Club.  This is a volunteer position which is required for the club to keep the Rifle Pistol venue open.

There are few personal advantages, you save a little money as you receive premier membership for the cost of an annual.  And you receive a key so that you can shoot even when the club is closed.  You have a range open within a few miles of town, and it is safe, clean and a public asset.  When you realize the public benefits of the Redmond Rod and Gun Club, and how that extends to the entire shooting community, and how you being involved as an RSO enables that to continue, you then realize the biggest advantage to you and our entire community.

People are trained there from young to old,  we have Hunter Education, Boy Scouts, 4-H, High School Shooting Teams, and safe weapon handling classes for concealed carry permit applicants.  Ongoing marksmanship training, specialized training for handguns, rifles, shotguns and home defense.  Law enforcement and armed security officer training.    Your training, your experiences, your safe handling skills are a valuable commodity and they influence the shooters who come to the club.

The minimum expectation of an RSO time wise is two shifts per month.  Many of us contribute more through work parties.  Some work only summers, some work 4 shifts then take a month off.  It is a volunteer position, not a lifetime commitment.  People's lives change, interests change, health changes and these all interact with our RSO members.  We have had losses to our RSO numbers lately due to all of the above.

If you are a safety conscious experienced firearms enthusiast, come out and give us a try.  See how you can contribute. 

Thank you for your efforts to keep shooting, as a safe activity. Please call with any questions or concerns: 541-604-0144. The fee for the class is $75.00.  Please mail $40 deposit to reserve your spot: Maureen N Rogers. 63930 N Hwy 97 Unit 49. Bend, OR 97701-8867.