Contact QSI if you want to learn what you need to know to be proficient with the firearm in the home, in your vehicle, and on the street! --- Bill M., Permit to Carry Instructor, Minnesota

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Discount Code Glitch

We have been experiencing an issue with discount codes.  Our web team is working on a solution. In the meantime, if you are trying to register with a discount code, please use the “Check/Money Order” payment option, then contact us with the code you wish to use.  We will send you a PayPa

Emergency Trauma Care (ETC)

Wednesday June 29, 2016 – Wednesday June 29, 2016 Description: We have received many requests for a trauma medicine class, and here it is! If there is anything we have learned from watching the news, it’s that you have to be your own first responder. This class is designed to provide stu

Surefire XC1 and how to spot the Fake

As I’m sure a lot of you know, Surefire recently released their XC1 weapon light. What you might NOT be aware of it that there is also at least one Chinese knock off or “clone” as I will refer to them going forward. With the real thing having an MSRP of $300 and a retail price arou

Force on Force Scenario Based Training

Saturday March 19, 2016 – Saturday March 19, 2016 17706 Valley View Drive Description: During Force on Force, you pit your skills against live roleplayers in situations based on actual self-defense incidents and cases.  Scenarios will include self-defense situations, close quarter encounters,

QSI Five-Pack Discount

Thursday January 1, 2015 – Friday January 1, 2016 Description: Purchase FIVE classes for $500 – a savings of $100! One you purchase the Five Pack, you will receive a code to use when registering for your five classes. The Five Pack is non-transferable and may only be used by one person.

SHOT 2015: The Activity Group

The Activity Group ‘s expanding sponge injection system made the news a while ago, and has been approved by the FDA for military use.  The injector is designed specifically for use in areas where a tourniquet cannot be used, such as the armpit or groin.  Existing devices for trauma to these ar