Tombstone Trading Company is a Class 3 firearms dealer, which means we can sell everything from blackpower firearms all the way up to fully-automatic machine guns.

Recently, we took the Cobray M11/Nine 9mm sub-machinegun out to the range and put it through it’s paces.

This Cobray M11 is capable of shooting up to 1200 rounds per minute, and as you can see in the video, it doesn’t take long to empty a 32 round magazine! https://www.youtube.com/embed/ikFmsegr9ek?rel=0

Tombstone Trading Company is a Class 3 firearms dealer, which means we can sell everything from blackpower firearms all the way up to fully-automatic machine guns.

Recently, we took the Cobray M11/Nine 9mm sub-machinegun out to the range and put it through it’s paces.

This Cobray M11 is capable of shooting up to 1200 rounds per minute, and as you can see in the video, it doesn’t take long to empty a 32 round magazine!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

BROOKFIELD, MA, June 28, 2016 – Tombstone Trading Company, Inc., a leading Massachusetts firearms dealer in Massachusetts names Jason Turcotte for newly created Shop Manager position.

Beginning the week of July 24, 2016, Turcotte will begin assisting the company with day-to-day operations management, inventory levels and sales growth. Turcotte brings a strong customer service focus with him, having served as a Sales Manager for the Grossman’s Lumber home improvement chain before its closure in the late 1990’s. Turcotte also brings extensive management experience having held the position of Director of Technical Support for a national public-safety software company.

“One of the first things I wanted to do right away was increase the amount of hours that the shop is open.” said Turcotte, and in discussions with company president, David Bourdeau, they have set that plan in motion. Beginning the same week as Turcotte joining the company, the already busy gun shop will expand its hours and be open 5 days a week, up from 4. New hours will be Tuesday – Friday from 11:00am – 7:00pm, Saturdays from 10:00am – 4:00pm with the shop being closed on Sunday and Monday. This is not only an additional day but also more hours per day than the shop had previously been open, increasing the total hours to 38, up from 27.

Company president, David Bourdeau, said “Having Jason on board with us is going to do some great things for the business. He brings a skill set that will truly complement the demands of our customers and the busy firearms industry.”

About Tombstone Trading Company, Inc.

Tombstone Trading Company is located in the small central Massachusetts town of Brookfield. Located are just seven miles north of Exit 9 off the Mass Pike and Sturbridge, MA. Located right on Route 9, we are easy to get to from any part of the state.

Started as a firearms training company in 1994, Tombstone Trading Company became a full line gun shop in 2002. Since then the business has established itself as the premier gun shop in Central Massachusetts. Carrying a wide selection of firearms from new and used handguns, shotguns and rifles to hard to find collectibles and militaria.

Like most gun shops and gun owners in Massachusetts, we were surprised to hear that Attorney General, Maura Healy, made a unilateral decision to re-interpret the 22 year old Massachusetts Assault Weapon Ban, particularly the definition of what a “copy” or “duplicate” of those weapons are.

This directive came with no notice and, according to our sources in the Mass Legislature, no consultation with the Representatives that create the laws of the Commonwealth. A complete end-run around the system.

In an article published in the Springfield Republican and shown on the MassLive.com website, Tombstone Trading Company owner David Bourdeau said “The conversation’s premature until we get a notice and see how it’s written by the state.”

We have spent the better part of this morning reviewing the directive by the Attorney General and believe we have an understanding of what semi-automatic rifles and shotguns we can and cannot sell, from this date forward. We are working diligently to get those items in stock and suggest you follow us on our Facebook page for the latest “up to the minute” updates.

Action Needed By All Firearm Owners

This is a time for all firearm owners to band together and take action. Even if you don’t feel that there is a need for an “assault rifle”, this is only the first step they will likely take in an attempt to ban all semi-automatic rifles and shotguns.

You need to take the time to contact your State Representative as well as the Governor’s Office. You can find a list of State Representatives on the Mass Legislature website, which we’ve linked below.

Members of the House of Representatives

Write, call and email your Representative and the Governor today to help preserve your 2nd Amendment rights and get this overreaching directive eliminated.