In November of 2010 Michelle Lee of KBJR News did a series on guns in the Northland. Michelle took a concealed carry class from Schelonka's Concealed Carry. She used the class room setting, shooting range, and interviews of students and the instructor for the content of her first episode of the series. To see the video of the first series click on the link. We think you will find it informative.

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Attorney general: North Dakota, Minnesota reach concealed-carry firearms license reciprocity
Associated Press AUGUST 12, 2015 — 10:19AM

BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota has reached concealed weapon license reciprocity with Minnesota, North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem announced Wednesday.
Stenehjem said North Dakota Class 1 concealed weapon licenses are now recognized in Minnesota, and vice versa.
All Minnesota license holders have reciprocity in North Dakota but only Class 1 license holders in North Dakota have reciprocity in Minnesota. Class 1 licenses require a shooting proficiency requirement.
Stenehjem says his office has attempted to gain reciprocity with Minnesota for several years. But he says only one word in Minnesota law "stymied the efforts." That word was "substantially."
Minnesota required another state's laws to be substantially similar to its own. But Minnesota lawmakers removed the word "substantially" from the requirement earlier this year.
"By removing one word, the Minnesota Legislature at last made reciprocity between our states a possibility," Stenehjem said in a statement.
North Dakota now has concealed-carry reciprocity with 39 states.
Stenehjem said concealed-carry license holders still must comply with the laws of the state in which they are carrying.

April 2014: Wisconsin Now Recognizes Illinois Permits to Carry

New Wisconsin Permit to Carry information:
- As of June 1st 2013 Permit to Carry Classes are now required to include training on the use of deadly force and techniques for avoiding and controlling violent confrontations.  Our courses have always included this training.

- Wisconsin has changed the required information on your Permit to Carry certificate.  We have updated our certificates to meet the new requirements.  

- As of June 1st there is a new application for your Wisconsin permit.  Go to the Wisconsin Dept of Justice Concealed Carry website to download the new form

-The cost of a Wisconsin Concealed Carry Permit has been reduced. As of July 1st it is now $50 instead of $55 

- Licensee name change has also been reduced from $25 to $22