Other Firearms and Archery related Training

Training classes listed here are offered by individuals and organizations and are not sponsored or endorsed by the Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism. The Department is not responsible for the content, conduct or cost of any course listed. Listings are provided as a public service.

Individuals or organizations offering courses related to firearms training may request listing on this page by contacting the Hunter Education Section at 620-672-5911 or kent.barrett@ksoutdoors.com

City: Barber Co. - Medicine Lodge

Location: Medicine Lodge

Type: Youth Hunter Education Challenge

Date: Saturday, June 10, 2017

Other Information:

For more information go to: www.kansasyhec.com

City: Leavenworth Co. - Linwood

Location: Tri-County Rod And Gun Club

Type: Kansas State Youth Hunter Education Challenge

Date: Saturday, June 03, 2017

Contact: Steve Letcher

Phone No: 913-788-3606

Time: 7:30 am - 5:00 pm

Other Information:

Registration is required by contacting Steve Letcher at 913-788-3606 or kansasyhec@hotmail.com by May 25. There is a $20 registration fee that also includes lunch. 

Participants must be 11 to 18 years old and be Hunter Education Certified.

Challenge Events include: archery, shotgun, muzzleloader, .22 caliber rifle, wildlife id, safety trail, orienteering and hunter responsibility exam. 

Equipment is provided, if needed. 

City: Marion Co. - Ramona

Location: Bailey Residence

Type: Advanced Hunter Ed

Date: Saturday, April 08, 2017

Time: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Other Information:

These classes will teach specific topics above and beyond that of Hunter Education, Bowhunter Education or Furharvester Education. Topics may include gun care and cleaning, CPR and First Aid (by certified instructors), wing shooting, pistol shooting, muzzleloader shooting and care, game animal cleaning and meat processing, etc. Some classes will require the student to be Hunter Ed certified. There may be an age restriction. These classes will not certify anyone to purchase a hunting license in Kansas.

Instructor Notes for Students: Must have passed hunter education. Class is one day, bring your bow or firearm that you hunt with. Contact me for more details.   

Registration is available online at www.safehunters.com.