AGI American Gunsmithing Institute Has 58 Armorer Courses In Minnesota And More
AGI built its courses on the belief that one can’t truly fix something until one truly understands how it fully works. Now two decades after its founding, AGI offers 58 Armorer’s courses (and counting), as well as a robust catalog of disassembly / reassembly, building and customizing DVD courses on various weapons from handguns to rifles to shotguns over many models and brands. Whether aiming to become a Professional Gunsmith or just a hobby firearm tinkerer in Minnesota, AGI offers a course for every need.
Gunsmithing Courses In Minnesota Are Designed For Both The Professional And The Hobbyist
Unlike traditional schooling in Minnesota, AGI’s DVD’s are 100% instruction and can be played over and over again for reinforcement. AGI employs the latest video technology and cutaway firearms to give each student a look inside and a clear understanding of exactly how each gun functions. After taking AGI courses, students will possess the most authoritative information available on the design, function, maintenance and repair of a particular model of firearm. Owning an AGI course in Minnesota is like having the country’s best gunsmithing instructors available when one needs them.
All Training Is Done By Certified Gunsmiths
AGI instructors are all working Master Gunsmiths who share with AGI students in Minnesota the highest quality instruction available. These gunsmiths include Master Gunsmith and Certified Gunsmithing Instructor Robert “Bob” Dunlap, Master Gunsmith Gene Shuey, Darrell Holland, NRA Certified Pistol Instructor T.R. Graham, Master Gunsmith Ken Brooks, President and Founder of AGI Gene Kelly and last, but not least, Chief Armorer and Training Officer of a California Sheriff’s Dept., Sgt. Mark Foster.
AGI believes so strongly in its coursework that it offers a 100% “Bulletproof” Guarantee on all of its courses in Minnesota. If for any reason a student is not satisfied with any AGI video or product, he or she may return it up to 90 days from purchase date for a full refund (less shipping). The only question AGI will ask is “How did we fail you?”
Minnesota’s gun control statute was enacted in 1975 in response to the rising tide of Crime in the state. To help allay the fears of gun owners and meet the criticism of opponents, the bill’s supporters stressed the limited nature of the bill. Unlike prior proposals, the law does not contain any provisions for registration of handguns or for confiscation of illegally possessed handguns. Also, the statute deals only with pistols, not with rifles or other long guns. In addressing the issue, the legislature identified the problem as possession of handguns by violence-prone persons and possession of handguns in public places. The legislature sought to attack this problem in three ways. First, the law seeks to prevent ownership of handguns by violence-prone and irresponsible persons. Second, the law prohibits the carrying of handguns in public except under limited circumstances. Third, the law places restrictions on the transfer of handguns.
In 2003 the Minnesota Citizens' Personal Protection Act was signed into law and it required county sheriffs to issue a handgun permit to almost any law-abiding Minnesotan over the age of 21. Businesses that didn't want guns on their premises were required to announce it publicly, leading to the ubiquitous signs that are seen throughout the state.
Minnesota's place in the gun discussion goes beyond hunting and personal defense. The state is also a major manufacturer of gun ammunition.
Open carry is prohibited in Minnesota except for those who have a carry permit. The state has a workplace protection law that protects employees who possess a gun in a vehicle parked on their employer’s property. The state also has a preemption law that prevents county and municipal governments from enacting gun laws more restrictive than state laws, as well as a law that protects firing ranges.
Democrats in Minnesota are pushing a gun confiscation proposal that looks eerily similar to one recently proposed by Democrats in Missouri, The measure uses language that is almost identical to the Missouri proposal, including a requirement that law-abiding gun owners relinquish their so-called "assault" weapons before Sept.1, 2013. Don’t let this happen to your state, Join with US Precision Defense with getting the word out, see our member benefits on our Home page of our website.
Minnesota is becoming ground Zero for Democrats gun confiscations efforts! Democrats in Minnesota’s legislature have introduced several draconian gun control measures, one of which would ban, and provide for confiscation of all average sized magazines.
In February of 2013 Missouri Democrats introduced an anti-gun bill which would turn law-abiding firearm owners into criminals. Gun owners will have 90 days to turn in their guns if the legislation is passed. (waiting to see if this happens)
Minnesota has a Democratic governor, two Democratic senators, and Democrats control both houses of its Legislature. So it may have come as no surprise when President Obama went there to rally support for his proposals to reduce gun violence. But even in the politically blue state, there's considerable resistance to placing further restrictions on gun ownership.
The gun confiscation legislation in Minnesota should be challenged by those who believe, as Thomas Jefferson did, that citizens have a “right and duty to be at all times armed.” American citizens are also “entitled to freedom of person, freedom of religion, freedom of property, and freedom of the press.” For those that ridicule the idea that some lawmakers and anti-second amendment activists want to ultimately confiscate all firearms, think again. Like those who published lists of legal gun owners in several publications recently, the anti-gun politicians know no bounds in their total disregard for our constitution and of which the 2nd amendment is a part of.
Pine County, Minnesota Sheriff Robin Cole sent a letter to Vice President Joe Biden saying federally-mandated gun control measure violate his interpretation of the Constitution and won't be enforced in his county if passed. "If the State of Minnesota desires to change current law, then it must do so through the legitimate process of legislation," Sheriff Cole said. "In my opinion it is a moral sin to erode freedom through obscure regulation and administrative rules."
Wright County Sheriff on his view of Guns, “The Second Amendment is Pretty Clear” Sheriff Joe Hagerty said missing information in criminal and mental health databases poses a risk in preventing people who would abuse guns from obtaining them. His stance is the same as that of the Minnesota Sheriff's Association and the Hennepin County Sheriff, which was announced at a press conference: access to guns is the problem, not the type of firearms or number of magazines people are allowed to purchase. It the Criminals access not the law abiding citizen.
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