In 1992, Hunter’s Handbook made its debut in Hunter Education courses in all 50 states and Canadian provinces as a “How To” guide which takes the student beyond mandatory general safety guidelines, offering selection and use of a variety of hunting related products, with a special emphasis on safety in the field.
Hunter’s Handbook is used as a collateral training tool in the classroom and covers a wide range of subject matter including archery, firearm cleaning, survival, footwear, reloading, black powder hunting, ammunition, optics and much more. These topics are covered in an interesting, graphically appealing, and educational editorial climate.
Hunter’s Handbook was developed as the result of years of input from Hunter Education administrators and instructors to fill the need for expansion of the basic classroom curriculum.
The International Hunter Education Association endorses Hunter’s Handbook as its only official student publication.
Hunter’s Handbook benefits students who are given the opportunity to learn about products and techniques which assure immediate progress afield and awakens enthusiasm and desire to become actively involved in safe and responsible hunting activities.
Hunter’s Handbook benefits instructors as an educational aid, bringing a broad base of information to students. The content of Hunter’s Handbook serves to promote interesting classroom discussion on safety, tactics, product selection and fieldcraft.
Hunter’s Handbook benefits sponsors who have the opportunity to present products in a category-exclusive, educational format to over 700,000 new hunters in a classroom setting. Sponsors create brand preference by showing how their products will enhance hunting success.
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