Shooting Event August 27 & 28th


The Greatest Gun Show & Event in Minnesota

Rent machine guns, test handguns, go on a wilderness hunt, shooting shows, food , prize hunt and much more

Permit to Carry Course Special $49 (includes gun rental, ammunition, and gun range fees)

Ahlmans Gun Shop & Range 9525 West 230th Street 55052 Morristown, MN (12 miles west of Faribault, MN on Minnesota Hwy 60)

$10 admission


Intro AR15 class coming up June 12! Register now!

This course is designed for a student to learn how to operate and properly maintain the AR15 weapon system.
Topics will include understanding the parts and nomenclature of the system, a basic understanding of ammunition
and ballistics, zeroing the weapon, magazines and accessories, slings and carry methods, carry gear, reloads,
trigger control, stance and grip, malfunction drills, transitioning to pistol, and time permitting shooting positions,
use of cover, movement, multiple ranges, multiple targets.
Student Prerequisites: Must be proficient and confident with pistol operation and follow 4 rules of firearm safety. mike
(Permit to carry course preferred)
Student load-out requirement:
• AR15 Carbine with sling.
• Pistol or revolver (Centerfire, must meet minimum safety standards) with security holster.
• Spare magazines: Two, minimum for carbine and one for pistol
• Magazine carrier (recommended). Chest rig, plate carrier, battle belt or shoulder bag
• 300 rounds ammunition
• Eye protection
• Ear protection
• Cover garment/concealment garment and long pants.
• Water/hydration
• Flashlight (optional)
AR15s available for loan if students do not have one.  Any loaned rifles must use factory loaded ammunition only.
Ammunition and magazines available for sale if students do not have sufficient equipment.

Gun Owners Lobby Day

Want your 2nd Ammendment voice heard?

Come to the 2nd Annual Gun Ownes Lobby Day!


Where- Minnesota State Capitol 

When- Noon March 10, 2016

VA Reverses its Decision on Conceal & Carry Reciprocity

Washington Post
January 28, 2016
ByJenna Portnoy

RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Republican leaders will announce Friday they have reached a deal on Virginia’s gun regulations in a surprising moment of compromise on an issue that had threatened to poison the remainder of the governor’s term in office. McAuliffe (D) agreed to legislation that says the state must recognize concealed-handgun permits from nearly all states — a reversal of Attorney General Mark R. Herring’s decision last month to sever the reciprocity rights of gun owners in 25 states.


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