Bodyguarding and Firearms Courses with Michael J. Briggs of MN Firearms Training – Ep. 27
It’s time for yet another episode of TacticalPay Radio! We’ve got a couple new subjects to cover this week… body guarding and firearms training. Joining Brett to share his expertise and perspectives on these two areas is Michael J. Briggs. Michael is a bodyguard, survivalist instructor, and the owner and head instructor at MN Firearms.
Michael J. Briggs specializes in close quarters protection as well as defensive shooting and firearms tactics. The firearms courses he leads at Minnesota Firearms Training focus on defensive shooting and firearms tactics. He’s also skilled in high country survival, and operated as a survivalist instructor in Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and Arizona. Bodyguarding is a fulfilling, but not necessarily easy way to make a living… listen in to hear what Michael has learned from his experiences over the years.
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- How Mike was got into to close quarters protection aka bodyguarding.
- How online sales factor into the bottom line at MN Firearms Training.
- The difference between bodyguarding for Usher and Justin Bieber.
- How Mike’s business MN Firearms Training succeeds in a competitive field.
- And much more!
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MN Firearms Training
Founded in 2001 by Michael J. Briggs, MN Firearms Training has a simple goal… they want to provide safe and effective firearms training on all levels. Whether a student is a first time shooter or a seasoned expert, MN Firearms Training has class offerings to fit their needs. They’re located in Anoka, Minnesota and offer training from instructors Michael J. Briggs and Jennifer Walch.
Jenn had this to say about her instruction: “Firearms training should be informative, empowering, and fun. It should not be intimidating. As a firearms instructor, it’s my goal to help you feel comfortable and build confidence as you become a professional with a firearm. I’m committed to training beginning shooters, those who are fearful of firearms and women who want to learn more about self-defense and gun laws.”
If you’re curious to know the types of courses offered, they are as follows…
- Basic Safety Courses
- Conceal and Carry Courses
- Advanced Pistol Courses
- Tactical Shotguns Courses
- Defensive Rifle
- First Aid Courses
When it comes to firearms training, learning from knowledgeable people who are committed to seeing there students succeed is so crucial. This is what helps Minnesota Firearms Training stand out from the crowd. You can find them at:
2520 N FERRY ST.
ANOKA, MN 55303
TacticalPay Featured Community Organization of The Week
The “TacticalPay Featured Community Organization of the Week” was created to highlight the important on the ground work of local and community organizations in the firearm community. We receive nominations of organizations to recognize from our listeners. Organizations eligible to be featured include local gun clubs, hunting and shooting groups, advocacy and educational groups, and other firearms related organizations. We want to highlight the important work that the best of these organizations are accomplishing. These aren’t sponsored picks, but truly worthy mentions!
We’ve got a great one for you this week.
Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
Their goal is simple, they want to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish. They do this by help create federal policy and funding solutions by uniting our partners and amplifying the voices of American sportsmen and women in service of Theodore Roosevelt’s conservation legacy.
They fight for three main things… protected habitats and clean water, sportsmen’s access, and the outdoor recreation economy.
In 1912, Roosevelt said, “There can be no greater issue than that of conservation in this country.” While in the political arena, he succeeded in making conservation a top-tier national issue. T.R. had the foresight to address these issues still so significant to sportsmen today, understanding that if we want to safeguard critical habitat, productive hunting grounds, and favorite fishing holes for future generations, we must plan carefully today.
They offer numerous ways for you to get involved and learn more, which you can discover by connecting with them online.
Huge congrats to them on their selection, and we hope they keep up the great work!