Re: Any good gunsmith schools in MN?
You are welcome. I have to say the program is really geared toward the "traditional" (or "Fudd") firearms.
If you are a black rifle fan, you will be disappointed. However, there is a good amount of skills to be learned: Soldering, brazing, welding (all types: gas, mig, tig, stick), use of lathe, milling machine, surface grinder, barreling/chambering, use of files, heat treating/metalurgy and a bunch more.
If you like traditional firearms, there is plenty for you in that aspect too: one and two piece stockmaking, tapping for choke tubes, backboring, etc.
Good luck. One piece of advice: Although the syllabus says it's a two year program, you will regret trying to do it in two years. There simply is not enough time. You will end up settling for B's and C's just so you can pass all the classes. You will end up doing half-assed work and not gaining all the knowlege that's available just for the sake of passing the class.