Montgomery Community College

9,000 square feet

  • September 7, 1967 first charter issued to Montgomery Technical Institute
  • 1968 Adult Basic Education and adult high school diploma programs began
  • 1975 64,000 square feet Campus built on a 149 acres
  • 1978 accredited by State Board of Education Department of Community Colleges
  • 1983 Montgomery Technical Institute became Montgomery Technical College
  • 1987 name changed to Montgomery Community College 
  • 1992 Business, Industry, Technology Resource Center (BITRC) created
  • 1994 44,800 square feet electronic library
    – for the  the North Carolina Information Highway (NCIH)
  • 2004 3,000 square feet Criminal Justice Complex built
  • 2009 6,400 square feet Forest Management Technologies program added
  • 2020 campus now includes 134,400 square feet on 153 acres of land

  • Gunsmithing degree, diploma or certificate
  • Daytime, evening, or weekend programs
  • offers a two-year associate degree program in Gunsmithing
  • two-thirds of class time is spent in the shops applying what is learned
  • Students build 3 custom rifles and a custom 1911
  • NRA affiliated Gunsmithing school (1 of 4)
  • Offers NRA approved short-term gunsmithing courses
    – three days to two weeks in length

  • Woodworking shop
  • Two machine shops
    – 13 milling machines
    – 23 high-speed precision metal lathes
    – surface and pedestal grinders
  • Welding Shop
  • Five-position, 100-yard outdoor firing range for use in test firing, chronographing, reloads and bench rest shooting
  • Midway USA Arms Room
    – the most comprehensive, up-to-date firearms inventory possible
  •  Brownells Labs

Montgomery Community College
1011 Page Street
Troy, North Carolina 27371

(910) 898-9740

https://www.montgomery.edu/programs/gunsmithing/

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