Our next LTC Class is Tuesday September 13th 2016
Free trigger locks and chamber flags for all paid attendees

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What we do


What we do; We are a firearms training and security consulting company located in Central Massachusetts.  We offer certified Massachusetts firearms safety courses (LTC 021), hands on training in all firearms disciplines for the beginner to the advanced shooter, armed self-defense and home defense courses and security training and assessments for private and public facilities including active shooter preparedness.  Our goal is to offer any of our customers and clients the highest level of training and provide the most up to date and modern methods available in any of our listed services. 

Our company statement is “Dollar for dollar, round for round we offer the finest training available”.

Upcoming LTC Classes

Tuesday September 13th 2016 6pm – 8pm

Free trigger locks and chamber flags for all paid attendees

200 Sportsmen Club
184 Sutton Rd, Webster, MA 01570 (map)


This course is  certified through Massachusetts State Police and the certificate is accepted by all local police agencies, it meets all licensing requirements in Massachusetts for both FID and LTC (License to Carry) permits.  A detailed course description is available on our website and the course location is easily accessible to the Worcester area and surrounding towns including Oxford, Auburn, Charlton, Douglas and others in the Central Massachusetts area.

The cost of the course is $60.00 per person; you can sign up by calling 774-696-8283 or using our contact form. 



Tip of the Month

TALKING TO YOUR CHILD ABOUT GUN SAFETY

NRA EDDIE EAGLE GUNSAFE® PROGRAM

Parents play a key role in developing safe practices and are ultimately responsible for the behavior and safety of their children. Isolated lessons and concepts can quickly be forgotten but with repetition, children remember standard safety procedures. The goal of the Eddie Eagle GunSafe® program is to help you bring up an important safety issue with your child. It's not a complicated or confusing message, and it's easy and fun to teach. If children see a gun, they need to remember:

STOP - This first step is crucial. Stopping first allows your child the time he or she needs to remember the rest of the safety instructions.

DON'T Touch - A firearm that is not touched or disturbed is unlikely to fire and otherwise endanger your child or other people.

RUN AWAY - This removes the temptation to touch the firearm as well as the danger that another person may negligently cause it to fire.

TELL A GROWN UP - Children should seek a trustworthy adult, neighbor, relative or teacher – if a parent or guardian is not available.

We encourage you as a responsible parent and citizen to reinforce these ideas by repeating this message and discussing it with your child. According to federal statistics, there are guns in approximately 40% of all U.S. households. Even if you do not have a firearm in your home, chances are that someone you know does. Your child could come in contact with a gun at a neighbor's house, when playing with friends, or under other circumstances outside of your control. We encourage you as a responsible parent and citizen today to...

- Make sure all firearms cannot be reached by anyone who should not have access to them without your consent. Store guns so they are not accessible to unauthorized persons, especially children.

- Keep ammunition securely stored where a child or any other unauthorized person cannot reach it.

- Talk to your child about guns, and gun safety. By removing the mystery surrounding guns, your child will be far less curious about guns, and more likely to follow safety rules.

- Make sure your child understands the difference between a toy gun and a real gun, and the difference between "pretend" and real life.


In a home where guns are kept, the degree of safety a child has rests squarely on the parents and gun owner. Parents who accept the responsibility to learn, practice and teach gun safety rules will ensure their child's safety to a much greater extent than those who do not. Parental responsibility does not end, however, when the child leaves the home. That is why it is critical for your child to know what to do if he or she encounters a firearm. The Eddie Eagle GunSafe® program has no agenda other than accident prevention -- ensuring that children stay safe should they encounter a gun.

Have more questions about how to talk to your children about gun safety? Check out Parents FAQs



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