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Northeast Trading Company- Quality Firearms, Training, Ammunition, Accessories, Fishing Supplies, Bait & Tackle, and more...

In our 20 years of operation our customers have discovered that our service, inventory, and prices are second to none. If we don't have it in stock--We will get it in a timely fashion.

We Appreciate Your Business!!!

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Accessories & Cleaning Supplies

We sell a wide variety of supplies and accessories for the outdoor enthusiasts!

Targets - Holsters - Ear Protection - Black Powder - Reloading - Bb/Pellet/Air Gun Cleaning Products - Knives - Scopes - Red Dots - Sights - Magazines Fishing Tackle - Live Bait - Lures - Poles and so much more

New Hand Guns and Long Guns

We carry all the major brands of firearms. Call us to get the best pricing!

Firearm Safety Training

Next scheduled class: Get Your MA LTC - ONE DAY CLASS - Includes Range Time
Saturday - December 9, 2017
9am to 4pm

.22 Ammo Available



Pepper Spray Notice

As of August 31st, 2014 Pepper Spray may be purchased without a (FID) Firearms Identification Card or a Firearms License to any person 18 or over.
Firearms License is NO LONGER needed for most individuals to
purchase and possess pepper/self-defense spray.

Brass Exchange Update:

With the shortage of brass coming in from our customers we have had to start purchasing our re-load brass from the "Brass Exchange", which comes at a higher cost.

RELOADED AMMO
IS SOLD ON AN EXCHANGE CASE BASIS ONLY
IF YOU DON'T BRING BACK EMPTY CASES
YOU CAN NOT PURCHASE RELOADED AMMO
(9MM may be purchased by case exchange or $2.00 per box case deposit)

Important Announcement from the Firearm Records Bureau

By July 23, 2013 The Massachusetts FRB (Firearm Record Bureau) will NO LONGER USE FINGER PRINT SCANNING for Firearm / Gun purchases.

You will need to have your PIN NUMBER to make a purchase anywhere in the Commonwealth of MA.

If you don't have your PIN NUMBER, you may call 617-660-4722 between the hours of 8AM 6PM Monday thru Friday. On weekends you will need to call your local police department.