What is BSN’s civilian marksmanship initiative?

BSN News, a program that helps people learn how to shoot with a range of guns, has a program on its website called “Civilian Marksmanship.”

That program offers “training in basic marksmanship skills,” according to the site, which describes itself as a “non-profit organization dedicated to improving and developing marksmanship in all its forms.”

A screenshot from the site shows the program’s website and video description, which shows that the program provides “training on basic marksman techniques.”

But the site also includes a disclaimer: “It is not intended to be a gun safety program.

All participants must comply with local laws.”

The site describes itself with a disclaimer that the “program is not meant to be used as a firearm safety course or gun safety training program.

It is solely intended as a learning experience.”

The program is aimed at anyone who wants to learn how the gun works, according to BSN.

The site does not offer training in the types of firearms the program teaches, including AR-15s, AK-47s, and other rifles and shotguns.

BSN did not respond to questions about whether the program was funded through a gun-control advocacy group.

The BSN website states that the goal of the program is to “build your marksmanship,” but it does not provide a specific definition of “marksmanship” or explain the goals of the BSN program.

The website also says the program “has been developed for gun owners of all ages.”

BSN has a history of funding gun-safety programs, including the National Rifle Association’s Second Amendment Training Institute.

But it has not been a regular presence on the Internet, or with gun owners or the gun industry.

The program, like other BSN programs, has been targeted by critics of gun violence who say it encourages gun ownership and training, which is linked to an increased risk of gun crime.

Last month, The New York Times reported that the nonprofit had raised $2 million to fund a series of anti-gun-violence ads that aired on public television, radio, and cable news networks, with an eye toward targeting gun owners.

According to a report from the nonprofit group, which was created in 2007, more than 4,500 people participated in its first two rounds of advertising.

In 2014, BSN was also awarded a grant to develop a firearms safety course for students and teachers.

A spokesperson for the organization said that the gun safety course is not part of the nonprofit’s mission, but that the funding was a part of its broader efforts to address the issue of gun ownership.