Firearms Hunter Safety: Traditional Course - Hollis

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Buxton Hollis Rod and Gun Club

81 Plains Road

Hollis, ME 04042

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Class dates October 6th, 6pm-9pm & October 16th, 8am-5pm.

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Traditional in-person courses are available to all students and are taught by trained, certified volunteer instructors who meet state and international standards. Volunteer instructors provide valuable information to new hunters including insight into the sport of hunting, resources and support. In-person courses provide students the opportunity to ask questions of instructors and gain further guidance.

There is a $20 fee to complete a traditional in-person course to help cover facility rental or cleaning costs.

This course is done in two sessions.

The first session will be October 6th from 6pm-9pm. Homework assignment will be passed out, discussion on the survival kit and the start of the lessons are completed during this session.

The second session will be Saturday October 16th from 8am-5pm. Turning in the homework assignment, firearms handling, Law, ethics and landowner relations, survival and first aids and map and compass and the final test are covered. during this session.

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Buxton Hollis Rod and Gun Club

81 Plains Road

Hollis, ME 04042

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Organizer Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

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We are biologists, game wardens, and educators all in on a common mission: responsible, safe enjoyment of the Maine outdoors. We believe a healthy ecosystem makes life better for all the fish, wildlife, and people who call Maine home, as well as for the visitors who call it Vacationland.

While MDIFW is a state agency, our work is funded by sportsmen and outdoorspeople. Our revenue comes through the sale of hunting and fishing licenses/permits, boat, snowmobile, and ATV registrations, as well as taxes on hunting and fishing gear. The more people who actively enjoy Maine's natural resources, the more ability we have to enhance, preserve, and protect them for the future.

Basically, we're all in this together. Biologists. Game wardens. Educators. And you – the hunters, fishermen, and everyday adventurers who support our work.

For recreation, for hunting, for fishing, for science, or just for fun: we're all in for the Maine outdoors.

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