1)Minnesota Permit to Carry a Pistol; also covers Wisconsin, Florida and New Hampshire - The course is made up of classroom and range time preparing you for carrying a handgun for your protection and that of a loved one.
Here is a list of some of what you will learn in this Minnesota permit to carry qualification course:
1) Basic Minnesota statutes with emphasis on your responsibilities and consequences of your actions in the event of a self-defense shooting 2) When the use of force is authorized 3) What constitutes the Justifiable taking of a Life ? What you must prove if you use deadly force against another person? 4) Where you can and can not carry a firearm 5) What the potential of going to prison for murder, manslaughter or negligent homicide is after what your believe to be a justifiable act of self-defense 6) Understanding the elements of Ability, Opportunity, and Jeopardy 7) Duty to render aid of a shooting victim and what to do and not to do 8) Purchasing a handgun ? the obvious and the not so obvious 9) Psychological and Physiological effects of a violent threat encounter 10) What the police need to know?.. 11) Training for stress and exercises you can practice on your own 12) Learn how to shoot two handed, right hand, left hand, around a barricade, and other positions. 13) Proper storing of firearms 14) Elements of Firearm Safety 15) Range Safety Rules 16) Handgun parts and operations 17) Handgun cleaning made simple 18) What ammunition should you use and why 19) How to properly clear handgun malfunctions 20) Shooting Positions and why one is better than the other 21) Handgun retention techniques 22) Shooting fundamentals and what they mean for self-defense 23) How should you carry your firearm? Holster, purse, fanny pack 24) Concealment considerations 25) Interstate transportation of firearms
Ask yourself these questions:
At what distance is a person a threat when they have a contact weapon (knife, bat, crowbar, etc.)?Are you sure?Would you be able to articulate your reasoning to the police, jury?
Would you be able to use deadly force if you were up against multiple assailants even though they did not have a weapon (disparity of force)? What constitutes a deadly threat? What would you do if someone broke into your home while you were watching television?Are they a threat?Are you prepared?Does your family know what to do?
These questions and many more are discussed during this class.Sign up today and bring your questions.Students will receive a copy of Minnesota statutes discussed during the class and course information in a three ring binder as well as information on how to keep up with changes in Minnesota and Federal Laws. RANGE PORTION OF Course: For the range portion of the course you will be required to fire minimum of (9) rounds of ammunition.You may bring your own firearm or borrow one of ours at no charge.Many of our students like to participate in a simple shooting exercise that would require approximately (50) rounds of ammunition, its fun and a reality check on your abilities.For students borrowing a firearm additional fees will apply for the cost of ammunition for this exercise.Call for more details.
With the Minnesota permit you can carry in the following states: (Subject to change) Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Idaho, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan*, Mississippi, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Class qualifies you to also apply for the Florida non residence permit
$85.00Check Class SchedulePre-Registration Required (If you do not see a date you can attend, call us)