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Upcoming Events & Announcements

MN DNR Hunter Education & Safety Field Day  

Sunday March 12th 9:00 am to 5:00 pm


  • In-person classroom review

  • Firearm fundamentals session

  • Completion of field day portion.

Students age 11 and older who have completed their online hunter safety course are eligible.

What to Bring:

  • Online hunter education course voucher

  • Appropriate clothing and closed-toe shoes

  • Water bottle & lunch.

  • If you have safety glasses or hearing protection you prefer, please bring them or they will be provided.


Please contact DNR Instructor Jeremy Zabel at 507-358-9264 to register or for further information.

Permit to Carry Course  

(April 8th 10 am - 3 pm)

Did you know 83% of BSCC members are interested in handguns! If you are one of them, have you
considered getting a permit to carry? If so, here is your opportunity to do so through quality
instruction with an emphasis on safety, at the range where you belong, and best of all - at a reduced

USCCA Minnesota Permit to Carry - This is a five-hour long class that covers the following topics:

  • Developing a personal and home protection plan

  • Self-defense firearm basics

  • Defensive shooting fundamentals

  • The legal use of force

  • Violent encounters and the aftermath

  • Gear and gadgets

  • Basic and advanced training and skills


After the classroom portion, we will conduct the required shooting qualification at the range. A firearm and ammunition will be provided. PLEASE DO NOT BRING ANY FIREARMS OR AMMUNITION TO THIS CLASS.


You should bring your own hearing and eye protection (prescription eyeglasses are acceptable). Upon successful completion of this class, you will receive a signed certificate to apply for a permit to carry. Even if you are personally not at a point where you would like to take the steps to apply for a permit to carry, this class offers exceptional information for everyone looking to enhance their firearm safety, knowledge and skills.

Cost: $100.00, reduced to $50.00 per person for BSCC Members and their spouses.
Members are now able to bring a nonmember guest with them.

Each member is allowed only one nonmember guest and the nonmember guest will be charged the full $100.00
class fee.

Class space is limited, please email with full name (as it appears
on your driver’s license), email address and phone number for each person you would like to sign up for class. After your email is received, you will receive class details, as well as, an invoice to secure your seat(s).

Envirothon to be held on May 3rd 8a - 5p (Ranges Closed)

An Envirothon is an outdoor, hands-on
learning experience for high school
students. It centers around five different
learning stations (soils, wildlife, water
resources, and forestry and current
environmental issues) each of which are
staffed by professionals on that subject.

At each station, teams composed of five
students answer questions on the subject.
Since the event takes place outdoors,
questions involve actual contact with
natural resources, rather than a “paper and
pencil” approach. After finishing at one
station, the team moves on to the next
station, approximately 25 minutes is spent
at each station.

An oral presentation will also be part of
the day’s activities. A situation will be
given to the students in a letter that will be
sent out in February. The students will
have from February to April to research
the situation and answer the questions
asked in the form of a presentation.
The day of the Envirothon the students
will have seven (7) to ten (10) minutes
to make the oral presentation. This oral
presentation problem will be the same as
the one used at the State Envirothon.

Bleeding Control Course will be on Saturday May 20th, 2023 (Free Course)

We have now confirmed and planned a training course to educate members and families on proper use of tourniquets and bleeding control dressings. There will be 3 available sessions between 8 am - 12 pm. (More are possible depending on public interest) 

The bleeding control course is aimed at providing a 60-minute course that involves a didactic and hands-on training on management of bleeding. It has been developed by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) and helps educate everyone in the community on how to control bleeding. Students of the course are trained on how to control bleeding through use of direct pressure, tourniquet application, and hemostatic dressing application.

We will include the tourniquets, dressings, and manikins for training. A PowerPoint would be included and paper materials for reference will also be provided.

There is no charge to the students for this course. For more information regarding the importance and purpose of the course, please visit:


If you have interest in attending this course, please fill our the inquiry form by clicking on the link below.

Stop the Bleed Course Sign-Up

Not a Member & Want to Sign-Up?

We currently have a waiting list and currently capped on our membership. If you have interest in joining, please Click Here to be added to the waiting list.

2022 Youth Shoot Slideshow

Need Directions?

60857 272nd Ave Mantorville, MN 55955

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(Available December 1st)
(Available December 1st)
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