Minnesota Gun Training By Andrew Rothman

Your Minnesota Permit to Carry Instructor


It's not really a "Concealed Carry Permit," a "Conceal and Carry permit," a "CCW," or a "CHL." It is, however, a good step to take to help keep yourself and your family safe.


"Concise, precise and professional. A carry class for the thinking man (or woman)."- John G.

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Minnesota Carry Permit Renewal Classes are only $99

Don't delay: give yourself plenty of time to get your permit renewed. Remember, you have to schedule a carry class, then submit your application for a permit to carry to your county sheriff, then wait up to 30 days (sometimes more) for your new carry permit to be delivered.

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Private or group carry classes

If you have a group of friends, family or co-workers who want to get trained, please contact me for group rates. I'll come to you!

Why do people call it "concealed carry"?

In many states, when you get a permit to carry, you have to carry concealed. In Minnesota, you can carry openly or concealed. Read more in the FAQ.

Take a class near you!
My permit to carry a pistol classes are convenient to residents of Hennepin County, Carver County, Scott County, Dakota County and Ramsey County, including residents of Chanhassen, Eden Prairie, Edina, Minnetonka, Hopkins, Golden Valley, Excelsior, Plymouth, Bloomington, Burnsville, Shakopee, Waconia, Victoria, Belle Plaine, Hopkins, Savage, Eagan and Lakeville. We're not far from St. Paul, North St. Paul, Roseville, Prior Lake, White Bear Lake, Maplewood, Mounds View or Mound. If you're from somewhere else, this class is worth the drive!
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