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Author Topic: Should gun safety and use be taught in schools?  (Read 3727 times)

Offline DeepBook

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Should gun safety and use be taught in schools?
« on: January 23, 2017, 03:45:34 AM »
My nephew recently got a Glock 31 as his first gun and kids and teachers in his school think its dangerous and a killing weapon. I think it will be good if they are taught that guns are tools that can give protection and help people in schools. The only reason he picked the gun because he read a Glock 31 review and wanted a Glock because its his fathers favorite gun but everyone thinks its an automatic rifle :/ http://gunivore.com/pistol/glock-31-gen-4-review/

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Re: Should gun safety and use be taught in schools?
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2017, 07:52:58 AM »
If the boy is sixth grade or younger, maybe a smaller pistol might fit the tyke's hand better.

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Re: Should gun safety and use be taught in schools?
« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2019, 09:26:57 AM »
No.

Doing something like that is like throwing red meat into a lion cage.

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Re: Should gun safety and use be taught in schools?
« Reply #3 on: September 21, 2019, 12:53:39 PM »
No.

Doing something like that is like throwing red meat into a lion cage.
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Really? I grew up taking my gun to school for safety classes. The NRA used to sponsor classes for schools till the left threw a hissy fit.
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Re: Should gun safety and use be taught in schools?
« Reply #4 on: October 14, 2020, 07:54:43 PM »
I would have to agree that a Glock pistol for a kid in school is not what I would do. We did contribute a substantial amount to purchase a .45 (1911 platform), for my son but he was out of school by then. I would think that a rifle with a lesser caliber would be a better option for a child in school.

Still, I don't know your Nephew, don't know his maturity level, don't know his age and don't know how much experience he has with firearms so my opinion is probably worthless.

I have a Nephew who is 13 who can shoot rings around me. He has participated in all sorts of hunting trips and has shot, skinned and eaten many different animals.
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