When it comes to weaponry, today’s criminal is more sophisticated and savvy than many might assume, making it absolutely imperative for law enforcement officers and security personnel to have a hands-on understanding of the various high-powered firearms they might experience while performing their jobs.  At Sikh Arms, we proudly offer complimentary firearms training and demonstrations to police departments, security professionals and others in the law enforcement community.

Our law enforcement firearms demonstrations and training sessions are offered completely free of charge, with ammo included, and available for a wide spectrum of pistols, rifles and machine guns.  Our expert firearms instructors will educate your force on a diverse array of tactics and models, including firing control and capabilities, as well as the strengths and vulnerabilities of both modern guns and older firearms.  


Advanced Firearm and Machine Gun Demonstrations for Law Enforcement

Our trainers will provide your officers the opportunity to compare various guns and weapons side-by-side with both suppressed and unsuppressed fire, in addition to detailed information on the core differences between iron sights and how they compare with today’s more modern optics and lasers.  We also provide training and demonstrations on body armor and night vision, and have one of the industry’s best department trade-in programs, as well. 

The following list represents just some of the machine guns available for law enforcement training and demonstrations.  If there’s a particular model that you would like demonstrated, get in touch with our staff and we’ll do our very best to help. 


  • 1919
  • AK 47
  • AK 74
  • B&T APC9K Pro
  • B&T APC9 SD Pro
  • B&T APC223
  • B&T MP9
  • CZ Scorpion
  • FN M249 SAW
  • FN M249 Para
  • FN P90
  • FN SCAR 16
  • FN SCAR 17
  • Glock 18C
  • HK MP5K
  • HK G36C
  • HK UMP 45
  • IWI X95
  • Kriss Vector SMG's
  • M16
  • M4
  • MG42
  • PKM
  • RPK
  • RPD
  • Sikh Arms M16
  • Steyr Aug A3

We can be reached by phone at 585-433-1989 or via email by filling out the short form on our contact page.