Recreational Hunting & Shooting Jobs: Guides, Outfitters, Clubs Shooting Ranges, Events
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Recreational Hunting & Shooting Jobs: Guides, Outfitters, Clubs Shooting Ranges, Events

Gear and equipment is specifically made for both target and action shooting and hunting with rifle, shotgun and bow and arrow. The buyers of these products are private shooting and hunting enthusiasts, outfitters, private guides, hunting clubs, shooting ranges and events. Providing services to these companies and services are consultants, independent contractors and associations.

Careers in providing services to the recreational hunter or shooter can often provide invaluable experience and will open doors to other types of jobs in the industry including retail, distribution and manufacturing. Working in with these companies is a perfect entry point to hone your skills and make many contacts in the hunting and shooting industries. Follow your passion!

Sample of Recreational Hunting & Shooting Careers:

  • Club Manager
  • Hunting or Shooting Competition Event Organizer
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Operations
  • Web Marketing
  • Private Guide or Outfitter
  • Government Agency Employee
  • Hunting and Shooting Association and non-profit work

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