The "20" Rifle & Pistol Club

and Straight River Archery Club


Firearms Safety All Day Range Day

  • This All Day Range Day is for students who have completed the Online Hunter Safety Course thru the MN DNR and earned their certificate.
  • Youth ages 11 and older can attend a firearms certification course and receive their certificate.  The Firearms Safety Certificate becomes valid at age 12.
  • DNR Firearms Certification is required of anyone born after December 31, 1979 to purchase a hunting license in Minnesota (check requirements in other states).

Please check the website Calendar of Events for upcoming

"FAS All Day Range Days"

Class details:

  • Most classes range from 20 to 25 students
  • Classes are posted on the "20" Rifle & Pistol Club on the Calendar of Events page 
    Look for dates that are named "Firearms Safety All Day Range Day"
  • Classes start at 8am and finish around 5pm
  • Classes are held at the "20" Rifle & Pistol Club, 1675 NW 50th St, Medford, MN 

  • To register contact Ron Hammann by email at
    In the subject line indicate the preferred scheduled all day range day or to be
    added to the waiting list.  (Note: Ron will contact those who have sent him an
    email to advise of scheduled range days.  Typically, these classes are not ​posted
    ​on the MN DNR website until just before the scheduled range day.)

What to Bring:

  • Proof of online training completion

  • Copy of birth certificate or driver's license 

  • $7.50 fee

  • Bring clothing to be comfortable in the current outdoor environment, as about 4 hours of activities will take place outside.  It is strongly recommended to wear rubber or waterproof boots when there is rain, melting snow cover, puddles or mud.  Class still occurs under most weather conditions.  (Note: if there is a cancellation due to extreme weather conditions you will be notified via email the night before)

  • You may bring a firearm of some sore preferable a .22 caliber.  If you don't have a .22 caliber, it is premisable to bring a different firearm as long as it is in good working condition.  Students will use their firearm for the field exercise.  In most cases students will use our .22 caliber bolt action rifles on the firing line for safety reasons.  It is much easier for range officers to identify open chambers and help avoid unsafe situations.

  • Do NOT bring any ammunition of any kind! 


Other Items to Note:

  • Parents must stay for registration and a short meeting at the beginning.
  • A lunch will be provided for the students.  If you have any food allergies it would be advisable to pack a lunch.
  • At the end of the day passing students will receive a signed copy of their registration and information on how to use the certificate to go online and receive a printable copy of your Firearms Safety Certificate.  

To register or if you have questions, please contact Ron Hammann by email at