Our next LTC Class is Tuesday July 12th 2016


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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 July 12th 2016 6pm – 8pm

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

Springfield Armory has put together some Tips Fron the Pros

“Pulling the trigger” is the action the operator performs to discharge a firearm. While very simple in concept, it creates problems for most shooters, even experienced ones.

Let me give you the basics first:

- Hold the gun firmly with your proper grip
- Align the sights on the target
- Place the center of the first pad of your trigger finger on the trigger
- Begin pressing the trigger rearward, smoothly, without moving anything else (or while moving everything else as little as possible)
- Once you have created enough pressure on the trigger, it will move (sometimes imperceptibly) until the striker, firing pin or hammer in the gun is activated and starts the ignition process, firing the gun.
- Several things happen in the gun to cause it to fire. The part you control is pulling the trigger. If done correctly, nothing moves, not your hands or the sight picture and the pistol fires a round exactly where you intended.

However, if you “jerk” or “flinch” before or at the instant you fire the gun, the shot will most probably head somewhere other than where intended.

In my experience, a good trigger pull is one of, if not the most important aspect of shooting well.

Serious shooters spend many, many hours perfecting their trigger pulling. Top marksmen can pull the trigger so well they never move the gun out of alignment.

New shooters have a tendency to pull the trigger in an abrupt manner that can move the gun quickly out of alignment and cause the shot to miss.

The old adage of “aim and squeeze the trigger slowly” is a perfect place to start for the new shooter.


For more tips visit Springfield Armory