Hi-Tech Firearms Simulation Facility Opens in Long Beach

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Long Beach, Miss. (November 17, 2023) – In November, entrepreneur and new-found gun advocate Sarah Jackson Crane and National Rifle Association (NRA) and United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) firearms instructor and film industry armorer Janette Luttrell joined forces to launch Shooter Ready Firearms Simulation Training Academy, located at 528 Klondyke Road. Armed with the most advanced simulation system on the market, Shooter Ready offers real life scenarios, target accuracy and fun games without live fire.

Shooter Ready offers firearms training – simulation to live fire – for beginner to advanced students and law enforcement. “I purchased my first firearm in 2022 after my husband passed away. I quickly realized I was not properly trained to safely handle that firearm,” said Sarah Jackson Crane. “I became a student of Janette Luttrell and quickly found a new passion for firearms.”

Following many training sessions and conversations, the two formed a business partnership. “Through my work in the film industry as an armorer and as a firearms instructor, I am passionate about empowering gun owners to safely and effectively use their firearms for self-defense and recreation,” says Janette Luttrell. “We are on a mission here at Shooter Ready to do just that.” Luttrell has trained over 1,200 students to date in basic and advanced pistol courses.

Shooter Ready is open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., for instruction, simulation activities and private parties. They are registered distributors of Strikeman and Mantis dry fire systems. Other offerings include pepper spray, ballistic shields for backpacks, concealed carry purses and packs, expandable batons and stun guns. For more information call 228-326-9748.Shooterready Logo Final O 1

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