FSE offers Personal Safety, Self Defense, Awareness and Firearm Training Classes.
Every day someone buys a chance to win the Powerball, hoping for the one in 292 million chance to win.
Somebody does eventually win.
Most people dont think to much about the possibility they may be involved in some violent attack.
Most go about their daily lives without concern, after all it's Minnesota, "Minnesota Nice" unfortunately they all aren't nice.
Chances of becoming a victim of a property crime in Minnesota is 1 in 47
We all have some sense of the everyday dangers at home, at work or other places.
We tend to drop our guard when we get away from those known dangers.
FSE has partnered with Conditioned Response to offer you not just "a class" but a group of classes which all are connected
with each other and that everyone can benefit from.
These classes will help you become better prepared by simply starting to pay attention to the world around you.
You already do this in some manner every day, do you look before you cross the street?
Why do you look?
Next time you need to cross a busy street, close your eyes then cross.
No one would do this but yet most people walk blindly all the time, speeding cars and buses can be anywhere.
It's not being Paranoid
it's being Prepared and by just paying attention could help you avoid a situation that could result in a attack.
Chances of becoming a victim of a violent crime in Minnesota is 1 in 412
Some situations may be unavoidable,
this is where some knowledge or skills may help you escape or prevail in the chance of an attack.
These classes are valuable in teaching you how to be Safe with or without a firearm.
We offer many classes that don't involve firearms.
Reported Annual Crime In Minneapolis
Violent Crime 4622
Property Crime 17594
Avoidance will always win a confrontation
The trend for personal protection is geared towards firearms and Permit's to Carry.
For those who don't want to use a firearm or don't have an interest in a permit to carry, we have classes for you too.
Using a firearm as a defensive tool is an option, but comes with great responsibility.
FSE Teaches the safe and responsible methods of handling firearms, whether as sport shooting, recreational shooting, hunting or persons looking for home and personal protection.
Whether new to firearms or just have little experience we offer a beginner handgun training class that give you a strong foundation on gun safety by providing you the knowledge, teaching you the skills and attitude necessary to become a "Responsible Firearm Owner"
FSE takes pride in providing you with the best possible outcome, which is to be a safe and responsible gun owner. Our classes provide in-depth presentations, hand-on teaching techniques to fit the need of the class.
The Beginner Handgun class is designed for the beginners and even those with some experience can benefit, you can be assured you will leave the class with a much greater knowledge of firearms and the safety aspects of owning a firearm.
Our Permit to Carry class is very comprehensive and exceeds the states min. requirements.
A "Permit to Carry" holder must have the concepts of safety and legal aspects of using a firearm in self defense solidly engraved in them.
You must develop the knowledge, skills and attitude to be a safe user and you must continue to learn and train.
We will provide you with the best learning environment and to help you feel more at ease we also limit our classes sizes.
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