The NMLRA is devoted to the concept of providing high-quality educational instruction in a great learning environment that inspires both the students and the teachers. The NMLRA Education Building, which opened in 2010, is an ideal facility for historical education and the heritage arts associated with the sport of muzzleloading. The Education Building is air-conditioned, heated, and has classrooms and shops perfect to foster and encourage interactive learning and exploration!
We are currently looking for class instructors and program presenters for the Spring National Shoot, the National Championship Shoot, and several other opportunities throughout the year. Are you passionate about the history and heritage of muzzleloading? Do you have some knowledge of a certain aspect of muzzleloading, American history, or heritage arts that you would be willing to share with others eager to learn from you? It is vital that the history and heritage of muzzleloading be passed on to future generations, and you can help the NMLRA do this by teaching and mentoring others. If you are interested in using your knowledge and skills to help keep muzzleloading and American history alive, please contact the NMLRA office at 812-667-5131
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Primitive Bow Making Class:
A two day course in bow and arrow construction are offered during the Spring and Fall Shoots by Navio Occhialini.
The June class will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, and the September class will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday
Each student will craft a one piece hickory bow to their desired draw length and poundage and three arrows. Contact Navio to preregister or to obtain more information about the course. (317-872-4920) [email protected]