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MFL CCW Class

New CCW Class at MFL! - Reviews are in!

John Carl Marshall   - August 21, 2018 · 

Having just been through the course for self-defense in the home conducted by Thomas, I can honestly say it was possibly the best training course I and my wife have attended. Thomas was the commensurate professional. Both knowledgeable and entertaining during his course delivery. We both highly recommend this course for anyone that owns firearms in the USA.

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Laurie Drolet‎ - August 17, 2018

Attended another class at MFL on Tuesday, the brand new CCW class with Firearms Instructor Tom Brown. Four hours with lots of informative class time and hands on range time with practical application. If you wonder about conceal carrying a firearm, take this class! Looking forward to the next class MFL and Tom Brown :)

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Mike Hillrun -  August 17, 2018

I took the recent Concealed Carry course taught by the instructor Firearms Instructor Tom Brown and it was awesome. It was very practical. I have taken courses in the past taught by other instructors through agencies or other range operators and it was always the same, "shooters step up, shooters ready, and up" and then we all shot. This class was definitely not that. It added variables like stress, low lighting and the element of time. The classroom portion was great as well because it went over the legal aspects of concealed carry, showing a weapon and discharging a weapon. I think Tom is a great instructor and the Manchester Firing Line is a great place to take a class. The drills were fantastic and with practice make myself and anyone a more accurate shooter. I would highly recommend this class and I will be taking more classes there in the future.

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Tommy Burke - August 15, 2018

Another great class at MFL. Tom Brown is a phenomenal instructor and his CCW class should be on everyone’s ‘essential learning’ list.

New CCW Class at MFL! - Reviews are in!

John Carl Marshall   - August 21, 2018 · 

Having just been through the course for self-defense in the home conducted by Thomas, I can honestly say it was possibly the best training course I and my wife have attended. Thomas was the commensurate professional. Both knowledgeable and entertaining during his course delivery. We both highly recommend this course for anyone that owns firearms in the USA.

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Laurie Drolet‎ - August 17, 2018

Attended another class at MFL on Tuesday, the brand new CCW class with Firearms Instructor Tom Brown. Four hours with lots of informative class time and hands on range time with practical application. If you wonder about conceal carrying a firearm, take this class! Looking forward to the next class MFL and Tom Brown :)

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Mike Hillrun -  August 17, 2018

I took the recent Concealed Carry course taught by the instructor Firearms Instructor Tom Brown and it was awesome. It was very practical. I have taken courses in the past taught by other instructors through agencies or other range operators and it was always the same, "shooters step up, shooters ready, and up" and then we all shot. This class was definitely not that. It added variables like stress, low lighting and the element of time. The classroom portion was great as well because it went over the legal aspects of concealed carry, showing a weapon and discharging a weapon. I think Tom is a great instructor and the Manchester Firing Line is a great place to take a class. The drills were fantastic and with practice make myself and anyone a more accurate shooter. I would highly recommend this class and I will be taking more classes there in the future.

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Tommy Burke - August 15, 2018

Another great class at MFL. Tom Brown is a phenomenal instructor and his CCW class should be on everyone’s ‘essential learning’ list.

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