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We are a firearms training and consulting company located in central
Our goal is to offer and provide the licensed firearms owner with the
level of firearms training they wish to achieve. Our courses are based
on proven teaching techniques and real world needs applications.
With over 20 years experience training both civilians and law
enforcement personnel our instructors have a through knowledge of
Massachusetts firearms laws and hold certifications from the MSP, FBI,
MPTC, and NRA.
SG Tactical courses are time and cost efficient. Dollar for Dollar,
Round for round we are committed to providing you with the finest
firearms training available.
|Tuesday December 15th 2015 6pm – 8pm
200 Sportsmen Club
184 Sutton Rd, Webster, MA 01570 (map)
Everyone who attends will be entered to win a $50.00 Cabela's Gft Card!
course meets Massachusetts gun licensing requirements of the Gun
Control Act of 1998, which states that all new forearm license
applicants must complete a certified firearms safety course or Basic
Hunter Education Course.
The cost of the course is $60.00 per person.
|Tip of the Month
Guns & Ammo has a great article on How to Clean Your Handgun
Today’s defensive handguns are rugged, reliable machines, but they
won’t stay that way if they’re not properly maintained. While most
shooters will be careful to keep their guns dry and free of debris,
it’s not uncommon for handguns to be fired without the benefit of
regular cleaning and proper lubrication. Shooting handguns dirty or dry
(or both) can result in malfunctions and permanent damage.
To avoid these problems, recreational shooting guns should be cleaned
and lubricated as soon after use as possible if they’re going into
storage, or on a regular basis if they are shot often. Defensive
handguns should have a much stricter cleaning schedule. They should be
cleaned immediately after a range session, stored clean, carried clean,
and regularly checked for dirt build up and proper levels of
lubrication. There’s no good reason to sacrifice a defensive handgun’s
reliability when just a few minutes’ work could make all the difference.