What careers deal with guns?
I would like to pursue a career in firearms, I have not the slightest idea of how to do this. There are a lot of jobs out there that must deal with them, I would just like to know what these jobs are and how to acquire them. What will I need to go to college for? I am very weak in math so the career must not deal in math too much or it would not work out. I would like to work in the business or sales areas of firearms most likely but I am open to all suggestions.
Sincerely, Lucas Hougland
Here are a few careers that deal with firearms:
Law Enforcement- look into programs like this: Bachelor of Arts in Law Enforcement
The Military- check out a program such as: Bachelor of Arts in Military Studies
Become a Security Guard or Body Guard- investigate progams like: Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security
Become an Independent Gunsmith: do repairs, build custom guns, or work for a manufacturer
Get a license as a Firearms Dealer: You will have to apply for your Federal Firearms License.
Become a Professional Hunter, Guide, Tracker
Work for an ammunition company
Work at a shooting range
Get paid to control animal populations through a State Wildlife Department
Become a Shooting Instructor
Get a job with the NRA
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