Completion of online concealed-carry course lets grads apply for licenses valid in many states
About This Deal
- $45 for a multistate concealed-carry hybrid class for one ($99 value)
The class lets students take the classroom portion online, then attend in person for shooting qualification. In an official online course that takes 90 minutes and allows for stopping and starting, certified instructors teach students the basics of using a handgun and legal knowledge on handgun possession, concealment, and self-defense. Completion of the class allows graduates to apply for the Minnesota permit-to-carry as well as licenses in 31 states .
Midwest Carry Academy
With a hassle-free virtual course, Midwest Carry Academy lets people meet the requirements they need to apply for their permit to carry or concealed-carry weapons permit without leaving their computer. The 90-minute course emphasizes educated, responsible gun ownership, familiarizing students with the ins and outs of gun safety and shooting basics. With the hybrid class, students can take the classroom portion of the course online, then schedule their shooting qualification. After taking this course, graduates are able to apply for permits in other states as well, including the Florida non-resident or Arizona non-resident permits.
Midwest Carry Academy's instructors teach at several ranges in the local area, their central range located in Chanhassen, MN. 2980 Commers Drive Eagan, MN 55317 Range fee not included with this offer.
Students may bring their own handguns or rent one of the 9mm or .22 caliber pistols available on-site. Rentals are $10 and include the ammunition required to complete the shooting qualification. Additional ammunition may be purchased.
At a Glance
Midwest Carry Academy's shooting experts aim to imbue students with the skills needed to responsibly bear arms. The instructors' backgrounds range from law enforcement to military, and they draw on these experiences to teach handgun and home-defense courses. In these classes, teachers help both entry-level and advanced shooters hone their skills and master efficiency. Additionally, the instructors themselves continuously take new courses to further develop their skills as both teachers and gun handlers.