Returning for 2022
NRA Basic Shotgun Shell Reloading Course
The NRA Basic Shotgun Shell Reloading Class exposes students to the fundamentals of shotgun shell reloading. The Class is designed to enable shooters with little or no prior experience in reloading to acquire the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude to produce safe, consistent and accurate reloaded ammunition. This is a hands-on course. The student will learn basic reloading procedures; information about choosing hulls, primers, powders, wads and shot or slugs; information about different types of reloading equipment; and their proper setup and operation. Class participants are awarded an NRA Certificate of completion.
This class will be conducted by an NRA certified instructor!
*Course will require a minimum of 2 students to hold class
For Interest in Dates - please contact us
Every journey begins with a step. Now, you can take that step whenever you're ready with our new "Beginner to Advanced" program. Don't let calendars get in the way, we offer classes each month for beginner, intermediate and advanced alike. Special calibers are no challenge, 223, 308, 6.5 Creedmoor, 9mm, 45 ACP, 338 Lapua, we cover most all. Contact us for any special calibers or unique training requests.
"Thanks to your training, I am now reloading and getting 0.3 to 0.6 MOA shooting prone with bipod"
- Jose S.
"I flew in from out of state, stayed at a local hotel only 5 min from class, had dinner out with my classmates and enjoyed the best course I've ever taken"
- Mike T.
"My husband and I really loved the course. It allowed us to learn together and share the experience!"
- Toni & Nick P.
Grayslake, IL. United States
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At the Illinois Reloading Instruction Lab we're harnessing the power of the NRA Basic Metallic Reloading Course, and offering new, innovative ways of mastering these skills. Combining the newest reloading research with proven teaching methodology, we're inspiring students to master the skills needed to safely develop high quality ammunition.