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NRA Gunsmithing

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Montgomery Community College is one of four schools in the nation to offer NRA approved, affiliated short-term gunsmithing courses. Classes are taught by nationally and internationally known gunsmiths and craftsmen who share their expertise in courses from basic to advanced techniques. Most classes combine a hands-on and lecture format and range from three days to two weeks in length. MCC also offers a two-year associate degree program in Gunsmithing. Discover more about our quality facilities, experienced instructors, and comprehensive curriculum by clicking here.

2018 NRA short-term gunsmithing class schedule will be released December 1 2017, and classes are often added if there is enough demand.

 

 

                                                                                

2018 NRA Short-Term Gunsmithing Registration

 

The 2019 schedule will be posted Friday, December 1, 2019 at 8:00 AM.
You may register 1 of 5 ways:

Phone:
Call 910-898-9671, 910-898-9672, or 910-898-9673.
Requires payment with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express

E-Mail:
Email us at ce-registration@montgomery.edu to request a registration form or click here for online form*. Can also be found at http://tiny.cc/mccregistration
*Please save the form to your computer before completing.

Fax:
Fax completed Continuing Education registration form with payment to: (910) 576-5162

Walk-In:
Visit us in the Continuing Education department located in Blair Hall (Building 100).
Monday-Thursday 8:00 am-5:00 pm. Friday 8:00 am-3:00 pm.

Mail:
Mail completed Continuing Education registration form with payment to:
Montgomery Community College, Continuing Education 1011 Page Street, Troy, NC 27371.

Refunds: 100% if student withdraws before course begins or if the course is cancelled; 75% if withdrawn after a course begins, but before 10% of the total class meetings.
 
*MCC reserves the right to cancel a class based on enrollment.

NRA Classes

NRA GUNSMITHING

Montgomery Community College is one of only four schools in the U.S. that are sanctioned by the National Rifle Association (NRA) to offer bonafide NRA Short-Term Gunsmithing classes. The classes are taught by some of the nation’s most celebrated gunsmiths from across the country and around the world. Classes offered range from highly specialized to general interest.

 

SHOOTING INSTRUCTION:

Shooting Fundamentals / Intro to Pistol Shooting
This course, taught by a nationally known IDPA and USPSA champion, will focus on the fundamental techniques necessary for fast and accurate handgun shooting. Topics will include proper grip, stance, sight alignment, and trigger control. Other topics such as drawing from a holster, performing magazine changes, and controlling recoil will be discussed at length. Instructor: Gary Byerly Click here for the tool list.
Shooting Fundamentals 10/6 SA 8A-6P $149

 

INTRODUCTORY LEVEL CLASSES:

AR-15: An Essential Guide for Owners
Our AR15 armorer course is a comprehensive course covering the assembly/disassembly, cycle of operations, nomenclature, gas system, barrel twist and length, barrel replacement, aftermarket parts and modifications, ballistic issues, brands, cleaning and maintenance, sights/optics, headspace, firing pin protrusion, along with service and repair of the AR15 platform. Instructor: Jacob Porter. Click here for the tool list.
AR-15: Essential Guide 11/8-11/9 THF 8A-6P $101.60

Custom Polymer Grip Stippling
Learn how to professionally stipple polymer framed handguns. Instruction will include creating features like hard borders, undercuts, polishing, engraving and developing your own patterns. You will learn how to properly stipple by learning how to remove old texture, cutting in lines (hard borders), removing material on the trigger guard and polishing it beyond factory smooth to a mirrored finish. Everything that separates a novice stippler from a professional will be addressed in this 3-day class. Students will get to feel and see the difference between factory offerings, and custom professional quality work. Instructor: Olivia Clark. Click here for the tool list.
Custom Polymer Grip Stippling 10/12-10/14 FSASU 8A-6P $175

Introduction to Custom Kydex holsters
The goal of this course is to teach the basics of forming, sanding, shaping and riveting of Kydex thermoform plastic into a usable sheath or holster. Upon completion, students should have a completed Kydex sheath or holster fitted to their personal knife or handgun, and basic knowledge of the materials and techniques used to complete them. Discussion and examples will be provided on different forming presses for molding and recommended tools for at home holster making. Instructor: Sam Tate. Click here for the tool list.
Introduction to Custom Kydex holsters 10/13-10/14 SASU 8A-6P $175

 

RELOADING CLASSES:

FIREARMS FINISHING:

ADVANCED CLASSES I:

ADVANCED CLASSES II:

Suppressor 101
This class will take students through the necessary steps to build their own legal suppressor. A portion of class time will be devoted to laws and regulations regarding suppressors and other NFA items. Suppressor design theory will be explored in detail. Students will have the opportunity to build a legal suppressor. (IMPORTANT: Students must have an approved ATF Form 1 in order to be officially registered in the class.) Lathe experience is required for this class. Instructor: Ronnie Beal. Click here for the tool list.
Suppressor 101 10/11-10/14 FSASU 8A-6P $201.60

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