I think training is what makes a person a responsible gun owner. My training came as a teenager from responsible adults that made sure everyone toed the line when it came to safety. On top of that what I chose to search out for my own education and finally with the class I took to learn the laws specific to carrying in my state, it all built up to being a responsible firearm owner. I think it unfortunate that many people didn't have quality training, be it as a youth, in the military, our other sources, and they buy their first gun, get their permit and are a menace to society.
Originally Posted by Treo
I see what you are saying that training could be a possible slippery slope that could end as a block to obtaining a permit, but I know too many people that weren't at all familiar with firearms that did benefit some from the permit class.
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Time to add FireMarshall Bill to the block list.