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                            Our commitment to you continues long after your class!

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        Please, READ PAGE CAREFULLY FIRST,  MA. FIREARM BASIC SAFETY CERTIFICATION COURSE. approved by state for LTC, [License to Carry] or FID, [Firearm Identification]  YOUR LOCATION IS THE CLASSROOM*.  We try to make it as unobtrusive and convenient for people and their tight schedules as we possibly can. Let us know when your ready. {In Business Since 2000}  Calendar:

-2014- CALENDAR: –>IF you do not see a date listed you want,  please feel free to contact us about it. –>508-333-6151<–

OCT.   20,  21,  

NOV.    4,  12,  16,  17, 18,  21,  26, 29

DEC.  1, 2,  5,  10, 13,  14,  15,  18,  19, 20, 23,  24,  27,  28,  29, 30, 31

YOU will immediately receive the State Safety Certification, after the class and have ongoing help/assistance for any of your questions years beyond the end of your class, GUARANTEED! Look to see if anyone else offers that…..Reviews

CONVENIENCE/ &  ‘DISTANCE v CLASS SIZE’ REQUIREMENTS: Address to figure distance from; 10 Bartlett rd. Plymouth Ma.

Fees:  one person $135, 2-4 people $95, if 5 or more participate $85 per person, (distance is a factor as to minimum size class, if 15 miles away 2 people, 20 miles, 3 people, 25 miles 4 people etc.) 50 or more miles a minimum of 6 people and $95 per person. or call 508-333-6151

You pick from dates shown, you choose the time and location, (my start times are anywhere from *8:30AM to 5:30PM), MY SON can give classes on weekdays that start late afternoon, and on some weekends late afternoon, ask about it.   (average class length, about 3 hours), one on one can take a bit less time. If you are to far away for a one on one class we can meet at the Plymouth Public Library 132 South St. instead. **Unusual time slots or dates not listed above can still be considered**>My #508-333-6151<


(IF you are 50 miles or more from the above listed Plymouth address a flat fee of  $95.00,  a required class size of no less than 6 people, and a $50 non refundable retainer, (collected by the host) per person, to be applied after the class. Sorry, but the retainer for over 50+ miles is a result of ‘no call-no shows’ in the past.

 *(What We need YOU to send us)-> FOR SCHEDULING:

*FULL LEGAL NAMES* and *DOB* of all in class, as you learn of them, people sometimes join later, (no nick names please).

  EXAMPLE: Kayla N. Shean 10-24-2013.  (not Kay)

The location, *(ADDRESS)* where you want to have the class, *TIME* of class, and a *PHONE* #. (We do not need/want your SS numbers). <– 

 “CONTACT” link at top of  page.

{ Remember; Firearm Education Will Save Lives, Firearm Ignorance Can Take Lives.} Ignorance of history can lead to the  end of our Freedoms.  I believe the Founders of our Republic sincerely put America first and had vastly more integrity then the self serving politicians of today.

 Gun Sense #21, Shooting not Mandated? Why I do not have you shoot

 Children,Their Future Rights,Are We Overlooking Them?

Sincerely,  Mark Shean, KB1WSV 

In my opinion, gun owners who vote for any candidate(s) that are in favor of ‘gun control’, amounts to the same thing as  turkeys voting in favor of Thanksgiving………  Mark Shean


Citizen Patriot, 1776 

“But to ban guns because criminals use them is to tell the innocent and law-abiding that their rights and liberties depend not on their own conduct, but on the conduct of the guilty and the lawless, and that the law will permit them to have only such rights and liberties as the lawless will allow. …
For society does not control crime, ever, by forcing the law-abiding to accommodate themselves to the expected behavior of criminals.
Society controls crime by forcing the criminals to accommodate themselves to the expected behavior of the law-abiding.” Jeff Snyder

“An unconstitutional act is not a law; it confers no rights; it imposes no duties; it affords no protection; it creates no office.
In legal contemplation, it is as inoperative as though it had never been passed.”
Norton v. Shelby County, 118 US 425 (1885

NOTE: Requirements/fees/times may be subject to change without prior notice. Reviews