Mass Firearms school

Multi-State Utah Nonresident CCW Class

Cost is $150 (live fire shooting included as required by the state of Florida*).   Get a license to carry a firearm in 31 states! Our Utah CCW Class will qualify you to receive a Utah nonresident firearms license.


Certification for Life™ - If you ever need to be recertified, retake the class for free.


This license will enable you to carry a concealed handgun in the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.


*You can also use this class to apply for Florida license.  Florida law requires live fire be included in the class.  At MFS we include live fire shooting no additional charge.


During the class we will provide you with everything you need to complete your application at no additional charge: photograph, fingerprints, copy of your driver's license, and mailing envelope.



*Massachusetts residents do not need a firearms license to qualify for this permit.


Multi-State CCW Class Options



After taking this four-hour class, you will receive everything you need to apply for your Utah Non Resident License (application, fingerprints, passport photo, and copy of your driver’s license).
You can also use this class to apply for Maine and Florida non resident firearms permits.   *Live fire shooting is included to meet Florida requirements.

We have dedicated facilities for firearms training including an indoor range.
Take a class in our fully air conditioned facility.
Free off street parking (no meters).
Our instructors are some of the most experienced in the state.


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


[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