Welcome to Armed Citizen Training LLC
The security of your
family is in your hands:
would you protect your family if there was a threat in your home?
would you need to ensure the maximum security for your family,
should the unthinkable happen?
Scott Jenkins of
Armed Citizen Training is committed
to providing exceptional education and the training necessary to
individuals interested in Firearm Safety, Concealed Carry, and Personal
a NRA Certified Instructor, MA State Police Certified Instructor, NRA
Certified Range Safety Officer, and a NH Fish & Game Chief Instructor,
Why is it important to train and prepare for a situation we pray will
never happen? Having a firearm for personal protection is the right of
every American. What we do with that right is up to the individual.
disciplined state of mind, the range training, and a firearm
gives us the ability to change the course of events in a situation in
which we feel our life or the life of another is threatened.
second decision to protect your life or the life of another can come
with lifelong consequences.
There are only three
outcomes of a deadly force situation:
You respond by engaging your training and using the tools and skills
you have built for a positive outcome.
You do nothing and live with the result of someone else’s actions.
You respond without thought, never having trained or prepared your
mind for such an event.
What kind of gun owner are you?
Safe firearm handling will be at the forefront of every firearms course. Instruction will consist of the five safety rules for firearm handling,
safety rules of the range. Proper grip, stance, draw, sight alignment,
sight picture, trigger pull and follow through.
Courses are available to
certify students with an NRA certification. See our course outlines for
more information on NRA firearms certifications.
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every emergency event or even after those worrisome 'close calls' everyone
admits more preparation and more training would have helped.
At A.C.T. you will learn, for
example, universal firearm safety rules, how to present your weapon rapidly,
and how to
deliver well placed shots.
You will learn how to
clear all malfunctions and how to
perform tactical and emergency reloads.
And much, much more should you ever decide to
shoot in a lethal force encounter.
You owe it to yourself and your
loved ones to make “good hits”. You’re responsible for every round you
fire. So doesn’t it make sense to receive some firearms training that
will make you more proficient, competent, and less of a liability should
you decide to shoot?