Ohio Gun Group Offers Free Training For Teachers

Posted by | December 27, 2012 00:22 | Filed under: Top Stories

The Buckeye Firearms Association is offering teachers free firearms training.

The pro-gun advocacy organization said it would pay all expenses, including tuition, ammunition and lodging (estimated at $1,000 each) for 24 teachers to get comprehensive three-day training at Tactical Defense Institute in West Union, Ohio. If there is more demand, the Armed Teacher Pilot Program will be expanded to more sites…

Lori O’Neill, vice chairman of the Gun Victims Action Council, responded: “Introducing more guns into every situation we have has been the answer of the NRA for 30 years. We tried it your way, now we’re going to try it a different way. Most good, common-sense Americans who I would put my trust in do not believe putting guns in schools around their children is in any way a solution to the occasional idiot that we have permitted to have unfettered access to any kind of guns and ammunition he wants.”

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