EPPING — Adam Painchaud, vice-president of the Sig Sauer Academy, swung his truck around to the front door of the company’s Pro Shop. Jumping down from the driver’s seat, he said, “We can leave as soon as I move the car seats.”Painchaud has a background in both the military and law enforcement, and in addition to running the academy, he’s a devoted dad. While the bulk of his clients are law enforcement or military professionals, the academy’s classes are also available for the […]

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