Reloading Class - Sunday 2/18/2024 at the Mill in Littleton, MA

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I've scheduled another NRA Metallic Cartridge Reloading Class at my classroom at The Mill in Littleton, MA.

This is an intensive 9-hour class that covers all aspects of pistol and rifle cartridge reloading. You will not find a more complete class anywhere at any price.

The Basic Metallic Cartridge Reloading course exposes students with little or no prior experience in reloading to the basics of reloading centerfire metallic cartridges.

The price of the class is $175

The date of the class is Sunday November 26, 2023, 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM (bring lunch)

Get more info and sign up here:

NRA Basic Metallic Reloading Class - MassGunOwnership.com

You will gain a valuable skill that will save you $1000s while enhancing your enjoyment of the shooting sports. Be one of the cool kids and learn how to reload.

My guarantee is, as always - If you take this class and don't think it was worth it, I'll refund your tuition on the spot, no questions asked.

About Me
I started reloading in 1981 because I was too broke to buy factory ammo. I had insufficient training and made some mistakes along the way. Since then, I've cleaned up my act and (successfully) reloaded over 1/4 million rounds in over 40 calibers. I've been an NRA Instructor for more than 20 years. I'm also a federally licensed firearms and ammo manufacturer (FFL 07), and state licensed dealer and gunsmith. I teach a variety of classes at my shop in Littleton, MA and have helped 1000s of people get their MA LTC/FID and dozens of people get their FFLs. I'm a former President of GOAL, and currently the Vice President of the Shirley Rod and Gun Club.
 
I'm in, thank you. I first came to NES twenty years ago lurking when i got started in shooting sports, but have been away for a while. Good to be back in New Hampshire now. I remember learning a bunch from your posts back then, I am sure to learn a great deal from a class you are teaching! About time I started to reload!
 
I'm in, thank you. I first came to NES twenty years ago lurking when i got started in shooting sports, but have been away for a while. Good to be back in New Hampshire now. I remember learning a bunch from your posts back then, I am sure to learn a great deal from a class you are teaching! About time I started to reload!
Nice!

There are still two spots left in the class. I used to do 12 students, but I cut it down to 8 because of a class I did with a dozen of least mechanically-inclined grown men I've ever met. The hands-on portion of that class was like taking toddlers fishing.

I mean, it's not like you have to be a watchmaker to pull this off, but having a firm grasp on "righty-tighty-lefty-loosey" is helpful.
 
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