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Welcome to Point Blank Firearms and Self Defense Training
COVID19 Update 11/17/2020 Dear Customers: The health and well being of our customers and employees is our highest priority. Due to the coronavirus and shortage of ammo, we will be closing our business until at least Friday, January 15, 2021. At that time we will be evaluating the situation to determine if an extended closure is necessary and proper procedures for opening. We are looking at having 1-on-1 shooting simulator training by appointments only. This helps with the ammo shortage and allows only one employees & one student in the classroom. We are working with our staff in Soldotna & Palmer to make this work in a safe manner. Please keep an eye out on our social media accounts for updates. We look forward to seeing you again, soon. In the meantime, we have an online training course available, “Response to an Active Shooter in the Workplace” for $35. They is a quizzes, test and after completion of the course you will obtain a certification. https://www.pointblankak.com/online-training.html Thank you for your patience.
At Point Blank Firearms and Self Defense Training, we're committed to providing you the very best instruction and support in the industry. Point Blank Firearms & Self Defense Training, LLC is a locally owned and operated business in the state of Alaska. Our instructors are certified across multiple oversight agencies such as the NRA, Front Sight and The Well Armed Women. They provide instruction from firearms training including concealed carry courses to self defense classes.
Meet Our Team
Point Blank has some of the best instructors in the state, with law enforcement and military training. It would be our pleasure to put our extensive training to work for you.
"We went as a group and learned so much from Christian and Donna. All our questions were answered, the lessons were detailed, and we had fun, too. Now I feel safe, informed, and ready to move forward with my license to carry.”
- Hannah B, Nurse
"I’ve had the opportunity to work with Point Blank twice over the past twelve months. I’ve noticed a dramatic improvement in my accuracy and have a greater level of confidence using my handgun. I now have a greater understanding of their operation and safety features. Point Blanks Staff has a wealth of knowledge and are experts in their field. I highly recommend Point Blank for your gun training needs!!”
- Mark G, Oil Field Worker
"I don’t own firearms, but wanted to know how to use them, especially in the case of an emergency. Specifically, I wanted to know the safety aspects of handguns so I could load, unload, and shoot one if I ever had to. As an independent woman, I want to be self reliant…and know that I am confident in my ability to be safe around a firearm. I believe a firearm is a tool that every woman should understand, even if it’s just to know how to unload a gun to make it safe. I’ve found that some women are afraid of guns only because they were never exposed to them in a safe environment. I was myself, until I trained with Point Blank. Women owe it to themselves to get the facts and hands on experience with firearms. Their staffs calm, compassionate demeanor, and clear step by step instruction made me feel safe, and confident in my ability to handle a firearm. You owe it to train with the best!”
- Susan R., Physical Therapist
"It opened my eyes a lot as to how fast things can happen and how fast you can get injured or killed even if you are armed. Your class had a lot of information to process and I am still processing it. It has already started the way I look at everyday things. Coming from the Fire side of the public safety house, and having spent my career in Atlanta, police presence was almost always close by so violence towards a first responder wasn’t too much of a concern. But that was back in the day. Now with the way the world is, things have changed. One of the things that concerned me when I took the fire chief’s job in Anchor Point was just how thin the law enforcement presence was up here. I will often go on “routine” EMS calls not to get involved in the call but to just watch over my crews from the edges and have their backs.”