LORDY LORDY! They’re teaching kids gun safety and responsibility in a Wyoming grade school. REEEEEE!
Yes, they are.
And they have been for a long, long time.
It’s literally called ‘marksmanship training’ and plenty of other states offer it as well. But you know, it’s more fun to shriek like a crazy person about Wyoming.
Case in point.
Those are air rifles you twit.
Oh, and we took a look at #DemVoice1 and LOL.
HOO BOY, the more they lose, the more they lose their minds.
And yet, it doesn’t.
In fact, everything about that picture makes this editor feel more comfortable, and hopeful. Teaching young people how to safely use a firearm will ultimately prevent more gun accidents and the Left’s favorite go-to, gun violence.
Sure – just like driver’s ed – teaching responsible usage at an appropriate age
I thought proper training in handling and usage was a good thing?
— Cheesetrader (@cheesetrader1) February 17, 2022
This should be taught in school. Parents sign a permission form, make sure the fundamentals are being taught- I fail to see an issue. I assume you don’t have an issue with teaching sexuality and preference- diff side same coin.
— Coach Koch (@Coach_Koch14) February 16, 2022
This is fantastic. The more good people we have with guns, the better. The students should get a choice of course but other than that, I don’t see a problem. People wanting to ban these things and make good people defenseless, that’s a problem.
— Logan Elizabeth (@LoganT27) February 16, 2022
Here in the crazy Republican state of New York, kids as young as 11 can take hunter education course to learn marksmanship. https://t.co/XTYFUjpHvs
— Damin Toell (@damintoell) February 17, 2022
NEW YORK?! REEEEE!
This is great! Teaching responsibility and respect for firearms. pic.twitter.com/yTIABKLK2m
— My2Cents (@HappiKamper) February 17, 2022
At that age in Wyoming they likely all have AR-15s at home and have been likely shooting for years prior to this class. I live in NY and I got my first Pellet gun when I was about 7 and was shooting my .22 and shotguns before I was 10.
— Brian Bailey (@etapi72) February 17, 2022
Brian must either be from Wyoming or have friends and family there.
I grew up up in MA and we learned about gun safety, maintenance, marksmanship, and archery in summer camp. We were about the same age. As long as a trained professional is conducting the class and kids are taught properly and parents are OK with it, I don't have a problem.
— Georgie Porgie 🌻🇺🇦 (@g_berish) February 15, 2022
Sane people don’t have a problem with it.