Miller Firearms Training

Miller Firearms Training provides defensive handgun training for those people who wish to use firearms safely and effectively in the event of an attack. Miller Firearms Training is owned and operated by Jeremy Miller, a former Marine Corps Scout-Sniper and U.S. State Department Diplomatic Security contractor.

We believe that everyone should be able to exercise their Constitutional right to bear arms; but with that right comes great responsibility. Accurate and effective use of a firearm is a learned skill that requires practice. We train for the practical use of your handgun in defensive situations.

Miller Firearms Training focuses on the psychological and physiological effects of a high-stress, violent encounter. It is important to understand how your body reacts to stressful situations so that your training can be designed to help you overcome those challenges.

If you are interested in getting or renewing your Minnesota Permit to Carry, or are looking for additional firearms training, Miller Firearms Training can help your achieve your goals.

Defending the lives of you and your family is too important to entrust your training to amateurs. When seconds count and immediate actions mean winning or losing, you need to train with someone who’s actually been there. With almost four years of operational combat experience as a Scout Sniper Team Leader in the Marine Corps and protecting government diplomats, I have the real world experience to give you the upper hand.

From The Firearms Blog

Best Training Aid for Shooters

There are hundreds of gadgets and gizmos out there that are supposed to help you shoot faster and more accurately, but there is one training aid that I think every shooter should have; a shot timer. Accuracy is pretty easy to measure. You can clearly see and could... read more

Open or Concealed Carry?

If you live in or travel to a state that allows you to carry your firearm concealed or open, you have a decision to make. In Minnesota, where I live, we are issued a “permit to carry” with no distinction being made between open or concealed. I sometimes... read more

What Kind of Pistol Should I Buy?

This is probably the #1 question I get: Should I get a Glock, a 1911, an XD? Maybe a small revolver? My answer every time is “I don’t know.” There are a lot of factors that go into selecting a pistol, especially if you intend to use it for self... read more

Should I Get My Permit to Carry?

I talk to a lot of people that are on the fence about getting their permit to carry. Many of them say that they probably won’t carry a pistol around with them so there’s not really a point to getting one. That’s fine. You’ll never find me... read more