Tewksbury Rod & Gun Club,

 Hunter Education:

 

The Massachusetts sponsored Hunter Education Program is held typically once a year (Spring) at the

Tewksbury Rod & Gun Club. 
This course is required by most states and Canada to obtain a Hunting License. 

This course is free to the general public.  For class schedules please see: MassWildlife Hunter Education Program.

Upon successful completion of this course, all students will receive a MA Certificate of Completion.
All states in the US, Canada and Mexico recognize this government-issued

certificate of completion for the purchase of a hunting or sporting (combination hunting/fishing) license.

 

The Basic Hunter Education Course is mandatory for first-time hunters or hunting license buyers in Massachusetts. 

Please note - students must attend ALL dates listed.

 

Course instruction includes: safe handling and storage of hunting arms and ammunition, hunting laws and ethics,

wildlife identification, wildlife management, care and handling of game, basic survival skills and first aid.

 

Successful completion of the Basic Hunter Education Course fulfills the requirements established by Mass.

General Law to make application to your local police for a License to Carry Firearms, or Firearms Identification Card. 

[Massachusetts General Law Chapter 140  Section 131 P(a)]

 

What to Bring to Class: Bring a pen and paper to take notes. Dress for the weather and outdoors!

 

What to Leave at Home: Please do NOT bring any firearms or ammunition to classes.

Only Program firearms and equipment may be used.

 

For more information  on the Hunter Education Program, click on the Hunter Ed. Patch Above.

 

For more information call George Rost at (978) 851-6286 

 

or

 

Contact:   Massachusetts Hunter Education Program

MassWildlife Field Headquarters
1 Rabbit Hill Road, Westborough, MA 01581
(508) 3897820

 

 

2018 Hunter Ed Class:


April 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th from 6pm to 10pm

 

Can't make it to the above dates?

Then check to see if there are dates that you can make to here on the

MassWildlife Web site

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