MN Concealed Carry

    Course #150913CIV

    The MN concealed carry course is an eight hour classroom and range course that prepares and teaches the student to understand the requirements of the Minnesota Personal Protection Act. Some of the topics covered in this course include firearm safety principles, basic shooting techniques and use of lethal force. Upon successful completion of the course a certificate of completion will be awarded as well as the required forms to apply for you concealed carry permit.

    This course is taught by current and retired Police officers and high threat protection specialists.


    Basic Pistol 1

    Course #150905CIV

    Basic Pistol 1 is designed to provide new shooters with learning basic tactical handgun skills as well as helping the student develop a winning mindset when using the pistol for defenses operations. The course covers basic firearms safety, loading and unloading procedures, shooting positions, sight accusation and management, malfunctions and pistol fundamentals. Students will need 400 rounds of ammunition and pistol belt with holster.

    This course is taught by current and retired Police officers and high threat protection specialists.


    M4/AR-15 Introductory course

    Course #150608CIV

    The introductory M4/AR15 course has been specifically designed for the new shooter who would like to learn more about the M4/AR 15 weapon platform. Topics covered in this course include the correct methods to operating and maintain the weapon platform, familiarization of the weapons parts and proper field stripping and clearing and lubrication and safe storage of the weapons platform. The last three hours of the course are dedicated to marksmanship drills that in part include zeroing, understanding sight alignment and sight picture, trigger control and breathing, malfunctions, magazine changes and proper stance. Students attending the course will be required to have a functional M4/AR 15 that will be inspected before allowed on the range, four 30 round M4/AR15 magazines, eye and ear protection and range clothing. A positive attitude and open mind are also required!

    This course is taught by former 1st SFOD-D (CAG), SEAL, active and retired police officers and high threat protection specialists.