Mass Firearms school

Judgmental Tactics Class


Cost is $150.   This 4 hour class will give you an understanding of how to use Lethal/Deadly force to defend yourself in a dangerous life or death situation.  Utilizing the latest technology in firearms simulation, students will be placed in real life situations where accuracy and proper judgment are a matter of life and death


These shoot / don’t shoot scenarios will test the student’s skills making decisions dealing with robberies, active shootings, car jackings and more.


This class is a must for anyone who has access to a firearm for the protection of life. This course is open to civilian, military, and law enforcement personnel.


  • The class covers a 20-30 minute lecture on the below material prior to scenario training:
    - Deadly/Lethal Force Law
    - Massachusetts Self Defense Law
    - Tactics and how to created an enhanced sense of awareness 


You will receive a certificate upon completion of this class.  Must be at least 18 years old.


The Instructors for these classes are law enforcement officers who bring real world experience to the classroom. 
Robert MacQuarrie (SWAT)

FranklinPolice 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



Our instructors are some of the most experienced in the state.


Train on the same equipment used by elite law enforcement and military personnel.

We have dedicated facilities for firearms training.

Take a class in our fully air conditioned facility.


[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