Mass Firearms school

Concealed Carry I - Getting Started

Cost is $100.  MFS Concealed Carry I is the first of a multi-class series and should not be missed.    This 4-hour class covers what a person carrying a concealed weapon should know legally, tactically, and ethically.   Material will be covered in this class that is critical for every gun owner in Massachusetts. 

            

Topics covered during the class:  
   - The Law of Deadly/Lethal Force
   - Mass Law of Self Defense and what your duties are
   - Effects of Stress
   - Weapon & Gear Choices
   - Concealment Options
   - The Draw from Multiple Positions
   - Tactics & Maintaining the Tactical Advantage over your opponent
   - Clothing and Body Mechanics that will maintain concealment of your firearm.
   - Concealed Carry Life Style

              

No weapons are needed for this course.  If you would like to bring your own firearm and holster please ensure that your firearm is unloaded.  

                       

You will receive a certificate upon completing this class

      

Robert MacQuarrie (SWAT)
Franklin Police Department Training Officer (Firearms, Active Shooter, Less Lethal)
Firearms Instructor, Massachusetts Police Training Committee
Metro-LEC. Regional S.W.A.T. & R.R.T. Teams
    

 

Advantages

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Learn the skills you need to know to responsibly conceal carry a handgun. Note: this class is not the class required to obtain your firearms license.



Testimonial

[About MFS instructors] They were extremely helpful. They gave more advanced shooters the fine-tuning they needed and they helped the novices as much as they needed. One example that comes to mind involves an older woman in our class. When we got to the shooting portion of the class she couldn't even squeeze the trigger and was missing every target…Dan patiently explained to her what she needed to do to improve her accuracy…By the end of the class she was hitting every target and doing it much faster than at the beginning of the shooting session. I was extremely impressed.
Stephen from Worcester