MN Permit To Carry A Firearm
This class meets and exceeds MN statute requirements for the training one needs to obtain a new or renewal permit to carry a firearm. It also meets the training requirements for IA and FL permits.
What to bring:
- Eye protection
- Ear protection
- Factory Ammunition (30 rounds)
- Paper and pen if you’d like to take notes.
(If you don’t have these items, they will be provided).
If you need to borrow a handgun and ammunition, it will be provided for an additional $25.
Please leave your handgun and ammunition in your vehicle during the class.
Location: MAX 493 (1303 Oxford St), Worthington, MN
If you are interested in private classes, please call or email for details.
The goal of the course will be to develop the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to carry and use a pistol ethically, responsibly and with confidence. Students will be able to demonstrate the following: How to apply the rules for safe gun handling when carrying a firearm, drawing from the holster both open and concealed, clearing malfunctions, the proper use of tactical and emergency reloads, shooting from behind cover, engaging multiple targets while moving and more.
Students will provide their own handgun and strong side holster, which must be on the belt, correctly fit the weapon, completely cover the trigger guard, and not have a trigger guard retention device (such as the Blackhawk Serpa model and others), eye and ear protection.
A minimum of two magazines and a single or double magazine pouch. Magazine pouches will be worn on the belt, opposite side of the handgun.
250 rounds of factory ammunition.
Cost: $100 per person (Cash, Check or Credit Card).
A $25 deposit is required to hold your place in this class. Details concerning the location of the class will be sent after you register. You can pay the deposit or full amount online HERE. After the deposit is paid, the remaining $75 may also be paid online or at the class.
If you would like to go through the training and don’t have the needed gear, all necessary gear and firearm may be provided for an additional $25. Payment for the equipment will be collected at the class. One will still need to purchase the proper ammunition. Please let me know ahead of time if you are in need of the necessary equipment.
Location: Worthington, MN (Specific directions will be given when you register).
A maximum of six students will be allowed for this course.
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