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Online Hunter Safety and Education Courses
Hunter Ed Course believes so strongly in the teaching methods and material of the course that
was developed in conjunction with State Hunter Ed Administrators across the country that we
will refund your entire course fee if you are unable to pass the quizzes and exam required to
earn your hunter education completion certificate.
To qualify for this money-back guarantee of success, you need to take the entire course, all the
quizzes and final exam and fail to score at least 80% or higher on the exam as required by most
states. If you fail to pass, send an email to email@example.com for a full refund.
The free Hunter Ed Course study guide is 23 pages and is a synopsis of the complete online
hunter education course. Topics covered include ethics, conservation, firearms safety, zone of
fire, parts of firearms, ammunition overview and many of the other key hunter safety rules
taught in the complete online Hunter Ed Course approved in many states for their Hunter
Hunter Ed Course online hunter education is unique in the marketplace, priced at $13, nearly
half the cost of the other options and contains photos, interactive exercises and animations to
maximize learning. Thousands of satisfied hunters have already been certified by the new
course just launched in October 2013.
Field/Skills Day - Most states require a graduate of the online hunter education course to
attend a field day to demonstrate firearms handling skills. The only exceptions are the states
that offer a full online course with no field day required – Texas and Virginia.
How to sign up - If you go to the Hunter Ed Course state page within this site, you will find a link
to register for a field day in your state. Or, contact your State’s Fish and Game Agency to
What do I take to the hunter field day- Take your Completion Certificate and check with your
state to see what additional material or items you will need to provide.
Who is required to take hunter education?
Requirements - Each state has a specific regulation for who is required to take the course. To
be sure you are legal while hunting, check with your state’s fish and game agency. Guidelines
are also published on state pages within this site.
Minimum age - To meet state required hunter education training to be a legal and safe hunter,
you should check with your state’s fish and game agency. Guidelines are also published on
Hunter Ed Course state pages within this site.
As President of Remington Outdoor, Jim founded OutdoorRoadmap.com. In 2012 Jim acquired
the assets and founded Outdoor Roadmap LLC to provide an online source of How-to Articles,
Latest Gear and online hunter education for the new and experienced outdoors enthusiast.
Jim got his start in the sport through involvement with his son in the Boy Scouts. Jim continues
to be an avid hunter and target shooter and looks forward to his annual pheasant hunt with his
son every Christmas. Jim’s outdoors passion extends to skiing and Mountain Climbing where he
recently summited three high altitude peaks on an expedition to Ecuador.
Jim is a life member of the NRA, and is active in The Council to Advance Hunting and Shooting
Sports. Jim holds a BS in Art, an MBA in Marketing. Jim has run major ad agencies and guided
such major brands as Remington, Jeep, GMC Truck, McDonald’s and Compaq Computer prior to
pursuing his passion of the outdoors to insure the continuing heritage of the sport of hunting by
recruiting the next generation of hunters with safe hunting training.
As a life-long angler, hunter and outdoor enthusiast, Gary pursued college degrees and
employment in the natural resource management field. Gary spent twenty-five years with the
Colorado Division of Wildlife in positions ranging from District Wildlife Manager to Investigator
to Human Resource Manager and Training Director. Gary has been a certified hunter education
instructor for 32 years achieving the Master Instructor lever.
In mid-career, in order to broaden his horizons, Gary obtained a Masters Degree in Public
Administrationfrom the University of Colorado and moved from the biological field where he
managed wildlife to the human resource management and training occupations where he lead
and educated people. Upon retirement, Gary served as the Executive Director of IHEA
(International Hunter Education Association) and President of the American Fly Fishing Trade
Gary now extends his outdoor enthusiasm and hunter education expertise to his role as Agency
Director with Outdoor Roadmap where he will focus on working with State Agencies on the
latest in online Hunter Education courses. In this role, Gary is a member of AFWA’s Hunting
Shooting Sports Participation Committee.
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