Free concealed-carry class held

Photos by DEAN HUMPHREY/The Daily Sentinel—Pam Henry, left, and other people fire their weapons at the Bureau of Land Management shooting range north of Grand Junction. They had just participated in a firearms instruction class for concealed-carry weapons. The session was part of free instruction being offered around the state by the organization Guns for Everyone.



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Photos by DEAN HUMPHREY/The Daily Sentinel—Pam Henry, left, and other people fire their weapons at the Bureau of Land Management shooting range north of Grand Junction. They had just participated in a firearms instruction class for concealed-carry weapons. The session was part of free instruction being offered around the state by the organization Guns for Everyone.

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Not Freida Cook:  Am a relative - Ltpar:
Great job by the NRA and local supporters in putting on such a class.  All to many citizens become gun owners and never take the time to learn the legal or mechanical aspects of using a firearm. As a law enforcement officer for years, the only thing that used to worry me more than a criminal with a gun, was a citizen with a gun.  Such a class should be a mandatory part of purchasing a firearm.

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