am no longer doing classes.
Please contact John Bradford at 805-336-3423 for information about classes in Oxnard and Goleta.
is an intense class,
which means it is sometimes hard for people to stay focused throughout
the day, especially younger people. It is not unusual for
fail to pass the first time. This, however, is not necessarily
a problem, since
there is only a
one-time fee and a student can come back and retake the test at the
next scheduled class. There is no requirement to sit through the entire
test, however it never hurts to
do so. We strongly suggest parents attend the class with their
child, although it
is not a requirement.
Hunting accidents of all types have declined substantially since the start of the program. The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) compared hunting with a firearm to other sports and found that data shows hunting ranks third in safety when compared with 28 other recreational pursuits. Only camping and billiards ranked higher. To put hunting safety into perspective, compared to hunting a person is...
The California Hunter Safety Program began on January 1, 1954 with the passage of the Davis-Abshire Hunter Safety Training Law. The initial law required all junior hunters to take a Hunter Safety Class prior to obtaining their first hunting license and has now been expanded to all first time hunters.