Get Your North Dakota Class 1 Concealed Permit and be able to carry in 40 States! Why wait any longer? Sign up in advance classes fill fast! WE SHOOT AT OUR INDOOR RANGE! Finger Printing and Photos Available on Site! Prints and photos are $25.00.
You are responsible for your own firearm, holster, and ammo for the class. Minimum of 50 rounds for testing more if you want to!
Class 1 Testing Requirements
◦An applicant for a Class 1 license shall successfully participate in a classroom instruction that sets forth weapon safety rules and the deadly force law of North Dakota, successfully complete an open book test based upon the Concealed Weapon License Manual, demonstrate familiarity with a firearm or dangerous weapon, and successfully complete an actual shooting or certified proficiency exercise.
States With Reciprocity for ND Class 1 Permit.
- ND Class 2 testing – $50 per person. 26 State Concealed Weapons Test.
Why wait for a gun show? Don’t Have the time to take the Class 1 test. Well Get your ND Class 2 Permit instead. Why wait any longer? Call or stop in Testing Available 6 Days A week from 9am- 6pm! No Need to wait for a gun show or Class Get it done today!
Finger Printing and Photos Available on Site! Prints and photos are $25.00
Class 2 Testing Requirements ◦An applicant for a Class 2 license shall successfully complete an open book test based upon the Concealed Weapon License manual. Must be at least 18 years old.
States With Reciprocity for ND Class 2 Permit.
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- Escape, Evasion Class $75 3 Hours
The Escape and Evasion class provides insight into the principles of avoidance, escape, and evasion. It reviews the sympathetic nervous system’s impact on survival; reviews techniques for avoiding pending aggression by becoming aware of certain threat cues; reviews techniques for countering and escaping from escalating levels of physical threats and refines the student’s physical technique.
1. To examine survival learning research in an effort to enhance survivability in a combat situation.
2. To instruct an escape and evasion system that is compatible with the effects of survival stress.
3. To teach students how to avoid being attacked and how to effectively evade or escape their assailant if they are attacked.
Use of Force Human Factors
This chapter examines survival stress research and provides student with information that will enhance their survivability in a combative situation and recommendations regarding issues related to critical incident management.
Principles of Avoidance
This chapter shows students how to predict and avoid pending aggression by becoming aware of certain threat cues and focuses on the three basic “Principles of Avoidance”: know your limitations, control the environment, and control your fear. Students learn how to use awareness and distance to control survival stress/fear and how to read potentially aggressive body language.
Passive Releases and Escapes
This chapter analyzes the three most common categories of passive assaults (passive intimidation, flirtatious contact, and wrist grabs) and provides three techniques designed to manage/control those threats.
This chapter introduces a simple system of defensive counterstrikes, composed of two blocks, two stunning techniques and two kicks, all designed to temporarily stun or disable an aggressor for 30 seconds or more and allow the student to escape attack.
This chapter provides students with the skills and knowledge needed to disarm an attacker when they believe that their life is in imminent jeopardy and all other survival strategies have failed. It examines basic survival strategies (including maintaining a reactionary gap, identifying threatening body language, developing a predetermined survival response, and maintaining psychological control of the subject and the environment) and presents a basic disarming system based on three simple components (waiting for the subject to become distracted, closing distance to the subject, and twisting the weapon in a way that defeats the normal gripping action of the hand).
Intro to Handguns
We will Cover the Fire arm safety rules, Different Stances, Proper sight picture, Recoil Control Methods, Basic Drawing and Presentation Skills,
Force on Force Class Put on by Stillwater Tactical – $125 per person
Stillwater Tactical integrates Force on Force training into several of its advanced courses of fire. At Stillwater Tactical we utilize the StressVest system and also have the option to use simunitions where appropriate. The StressVest® system is the worlds first non projectile, force on force, firearm tactical training system capable of creating stress through a pain penalty without fear of projectile injury for training Civilians and Law Enforcement Officers. The system utilizes training firearms that fire a laser pulse which activates the StressVest® when it strikes center mass. Depending on the setting, the vest will either deliver a vibration or a safe, localized shock to the abdomen. Force on Force is considered the ultimate training experience. It puts the students under duress and creates a stressful situation as close to reality as can safely be done. The introduction of pain stimuli sharpens skills and allows for students to training a true stressful environment. It allows the student to recognize where their strengths lie, as well as their weaknesses, all while under a controlled environment.
Class time is 4 Hours.
- Active Shooter Class Put on by Stillwater Tactical – $50 per person
Options Based Active Shooter Planning is a comprehensive look into what happens during an Active Shooter incident. This program is based on the idea that we give people armed or unarmed the knowledge of prior incidents and what helped save lives in those situations, so they can be better prepared to make decisions when necessary. Also the Options Based Active Shooter course provides a flexible plan that you can adapt to use in schools/churches/shopping malls/ theatres etc. And will cover people no matter what area of the incident they in are or what their current situation dictates. This curriculum provides flexibility while remaining rigid enough that control of the scene will still be able to be maintained during any incident.
Class time is 4 hours
- Personal Safety Put on by Stillwater Tactical- Free
What will you do, how will react, Come the Day?”– This class is designed to help the student with overall situational awareness. Whether at work, home, or recreating, we need to stay vigilant and do what we can to protect ourselves, loved ones, and others. This is a great class, free of charge, to businesses, companies, churches, and other organizations who want to inform their employees about security/safety
Class Time 4 Hours
- Introduction to Combatives put on by ricochet gun works
This is a hands on course. This is a 4 hour class wich includes the use of multiple defensive weapon types. Curriculum addresses the use of empty hand, spray irritants, edged weapons, sticks and clubs, firearms, and improvised weapons within “bad breath distance”. Common scenarios are played out and discussed in detail. Students interact directly with each other.
- First Aid and CPR.