Jan 16

Applying For Your LTC in Massachusetts

Before you buy a firearm in the state of Massachusetts, you’ll want to know and understand that Mass Gun Safety Laws. You’ll also need to take a class to ensure that you know how to properly handle a weapon and understand the rules and regulations for Massachusetts.

In this class, you’ll learn how to shoot as well as load and handle several different firearms. You’ll have an instructor at your side every step of the way.

You’ll be in a small group of about 4 as typically there is one instructor per every four students. This is done to ensure that there is plenty of one on one instruction while you’re learning.

You’ll also learn what you need to do once you’ve completed your class so that you can get your permit. Many of the classes will allow you to bring a friend with you. Your friend may fully participate however, they won’t get their certificate unless they pay the required fees.

This class will qualify students for either a resident or a nonresident license. This class will also qualify students for the states of Maine and Florida.

This class will certify students for life. If for any reason a student must be re-certified the class is free of charge. Upon completion of the class, students will receive their state certification.

As an added bonus, there is free parking for all classes so there won’t be any need to have someone drop you off and pick you up nor will students have to search for free parking.

Instructors are certified as the top of the line and experienced. All classes are four hours long after which students will receive their firearms license.

Whether you’ve ever used a firearm before or not, this class will safely take you from beginner stage to pro in four hours. Students will learn to safely handle a firearm. Load the firearm, how to properly store a firearm and how to transport all firearms safely.

Students will also learn how to fire a handgun and properly maintain their firearm at all times.

Classroom instruction will consist of lectures, video simulators and actually loading, unloading and firing the weapons. Students will have plenty of hands-on experience.

Classes must be pre-registered for as classroom space is limited. Massachusetts gun safety is reliant on fully training students on simulators as well as with actual weapons.

Computers offer up different targets and scenarios similar to those that police forces use to train their officers. Weapons will be laser weapons on 70-inch screens. This makes it more lifelike before students learn with a real weapon.

All Massachusetts residents who are 15 years of age and over and wish to own, carry or transport firearms as well as ammunition must have a firearms license.

Always check with your local police department prior to application for this license to ensure the Mass gun safety laws that are required for your particular area. All licenses are issued via the local police department.