Education is at the core of what the Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus does.
Throughout the course of the year, we conduct training seminars and programs for our members and local community groups on the topics of gun safety, political advocacy, and related topics.
Looking for a speaker on the topic of gun rights or gun safety? Contact us and we’ll work to arrange someone that can fit the bill for your needs.
Federal law generally defines very broad prohibitions and statutory restrictions on the ownership, purchasing, possession, and transportation of firearms across the country. In addition, federal law contains the restrictions on the ownership of automatic firearms (machine guns), suppressors, and short-barreled rifles and shotguns.
Minnesota state law contains numerous statutes that regulate the ownership, purchasing, possession, storage and carrying of firearms within the State of Minnesota.
You may also find our Minnesota Gun Laws Quick Reference Guide valuable – it’s intended to provide a simple overview of the key statutes in Minnesota covering the possession and use of firearms and legal force in Minnesota.
There are a number of federal and Minnesota appellate court cases that have impacted firearms laws in Minnesota. We provide a partial list here of the most important cases from our perspective.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have assembled a set of Frequently Asked Questions based on the questions that we frequently received here at the Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus. While these should not be construed as legal advice in any way, shape, or form, they were crafted by a panel of credible firearms instructors and experts in Minnesota.