If you’re looking for an archery course, you’ve probably already tried the course that’s currently running at the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s National Shooting Club.

The course is the National Archery Training and Certification Academy. 

The National Archering Training and Academy, run by the National Rifle Association, is a partnership between the NRA and the Shooting Sports Alliance.

The NRA’s goal is to provide “educational, professional and recreational opportunities to members of the shooting sports community through the National Association of Shooting Sports” and the NRA Foundation, the group that manages the NRA-funded courses. 

There are plenty of courses in the NRA’s lineup, and while most of them are aimed at new shooters, there are a few that will have you getting into shooting for the first time.

The National Archerry Training and Education Academy (NATSEE) is one of those courses.NATSee is the second course in the NATSEE series, which has about 20 courses each year, and each one is aimed at getting you into the sport. 

A few of the courses include the basic archery fundamentals.

The first course, Archery Basics, covers basic fundamentals like the placement of the sling, how to hold the arrow, and what your arrow does.

The second course, Basic Archery, teaches basic fundamentals including how to aim, and how to properly control your arrow.

The third course, Advanced Archery, covers advanced techniques like how to shoot and how much you need to work to get the most out of your shot. 

While the courses are aimed primarily at new archers, the Natsee courses are open to anyone interested in the sport, including anyone who’s never been involved in shooting. 

So what makes this course so special?

This is the first NRA course in an NRA-supported program, and the National Firearms Association is responsible for running it. 

I attended the NFSCE in December 2016, and I was really impressed with the level of instruction and the skill and knowledge of the instructors. 

This was a great opportunity for the NRA to showcase the NRA course to more people.

I was also really impressed that the instructors did a great job with their teaching and were able to explain everything in a simple, understandable way. 

When the instructors were done with the first course and were ready to introduce Advanced Archerys, I asked the instructor for the name of the course.

He pointed to his hand and said, “Advanced Archery.” 

After that, it was a case of getting up and shooting a couple of times and getting the hang of it.

I felt like I was getting better at archery each time I shot, and that it was really rewarding to me. 

“I think I’ve just gotten better at it.

It’s like a new sport,” said Andrew, who was just starting out with the NAPS.

“It feels really good to be getting up to shooting with my buddies, but it’s really rewarding.

It makes you want to get up and shoot with more people.”

NATS was so well organized that I was able to get a group together at the start of Advanced Archeries, and it was just amazing to be able to shoot with like 20 people.

I can’t imagine what it’s like to be a new archer in the course, especially since the instructors are always talking about how much practice you need.

It was a little nerve wracking, but that’s what you have to do in order to become a better archer. 

It was a really good experience, and if you’re interested in learning more about the NRA, I recommend checking out the NWSCE.com and the NAPC.com sites. 

And finally, here are some other cool facts about the NATC.

The NRA was the first to launch the National School Shooting Course, which is a six-month training course for new school shooters. 

In 2016, the NRA was awarded the $1.8 million National School Archery Scholarship. 

According to the NRA: “School Archery is the ultimate skill development opportunity for kids in elementary, middle and high schools across the country.”

The NRA’s School Archering Challenge has been in existence since 2001.

It offers a $1,000 reward for a new shooter that reaches the minimum score on all three of the NRA Archery Challenge exams. 

NWSCE has been awarded the NRA School Archeries Scholarship since 2001, and they have had over $10 million in scholarships awarded to students from all 50 states. 

You can sign up for the NAFSCE and NATSIE course, and learn all about how to get into archery.