CLASH POLL: Would You Be COOL With A GUN Education Class In HS? – THIS State Is!

Do you think kids should be learning about how to properly handle a firearm? Then you’ll LOVE this.

North Carolina is putting forward a Bill that could allow a ‘Firearms Education’ course as an elective in high school.

ClashDaily recently reported on an elementary school in England that teaches kids how to shoot, clean and cook their own lunch.

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The Bill doesn’t go that far, and doesn’t even include handling a firearm (unfortunately), but it would include learning mechanics, designs and have a strict focus on gun saftey.

Hey, it’s at least something!

House Bill 612, filed this week by Representative Jay Adams, would give the state room to develop a firearms education course and allow the class, which would include “firearms safety education as recommend by law enforcement agencies or a firearms association”, to be offered as an elective to high school students.

The course, which would be developed by the North Carolina Board of Education, would not allow live ammunition in the classroom and would also cover the history and mechanics of firearms with a firm emphasis on the importance of gun safety.

“I think education, first and foremost, is essential, before actually obtaining a firearm,” Allen Shaw said.

“If they have the opportunity to buy, they should have the opportunity to be educated,” Shaw said. “We’ve got too many people out there right now that are wanting to buy guns that don’t have any background with them.”

“It would be a very beneficial course,” said Tres Cobb.

“Handling, no. Teaching, you know, learning the mechanics, the designs, the many different firearms that there are, there’s nothing wrong with that,” Isiah King said.
Read more: Bearing Arms

The Bill is drawing fire from the Left, of course.

(See what I did there?)

The ‘sushine and lollipops’ crowd doesn’t think it imperative that children be educated in proper gun safety.

One person mentioned in the Bearing Arms article said that they don’t believe high school kids are old enough to be taught about guns.

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Remember, these are the same people that want to groom educate children in every possible sexual act.

Why?

Because you can’t leave kids ignorant about sex — they’ll make bad choices and do dangerous things.

So, then, by the same logic, gun saftey should be taught.

Perhaps if there was a proper respect for guns and gun safety we wouldn’t have the gang-bangers strutting their stuff.

Or the rare, horrible accidents that occur when kids stumble on a gun unexpectedly.

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