Minnesota Firearms Training Online Course - MN Firearms Training

2520 N FERRY STREET • ANOKA, MN • 612-644-8864

MN Firearms Training

Conceal and Carry Permits and Training Classes

Online Course

Minnesota Firearms Training Online Course

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NOTE: We will honor certificates for the old Conscious Carry course or you may take and complete this course to generate a new certificate. If the wrong name is displayed on the certificate, please go here for a quick and easy fix.

Click on Lesson 1: Carry Considerations link below to start and/or click this down arrow for the COURSE FAQ HERE

Before You Begin: The Online Course is broken down into 4 Chapters. Please read through the material and take the quiz for each chapter. Each quiz requires a passing grade of 100% before moving on to the next chapter.

IMPORTANT: Once you have successfully completed all 4 Chapters, you will receive a Certificate of Course Completion. However, the Certificate does NOT automatically pop up on your screen after completing the final chapter 4 quiz. To view your Certificate of Completion, you must either: Come back to this page (Course Home) where you will see a blue “View Certificate” button • or • Check your email inbox for a Course Completion notification which will also contain a link to find your certificate back here on this same page.

Please print or download your Certificate of Completion and present it to the instructor along with your receipt at your live-fire exercise. You may visit our gun shop any time to do your live-fire exercise. Afterward, we can answer any questions you have regarding the material covered in the online course.

Course Overview

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Lesson 3: Use of Force

This Lesson covers home defense and personal property, color conditions of awareness, physiological and emotional effects, force continuum and alternatives to deadly force, and threat and use of deadly force.