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Old January 26, 2013, 08:29 PM   #59
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It depends on how and what is implemented. I, personally, think that a basic firearms safety course, such as what is taught in a hunter's safety course, would be a good thing to incorporate into the curriculum of public high schools. While I'm sure that many anti's would tear their hair out over their children being taught about guns, that argument doesn't carry much weight with me since we've already incorporated other controversial subjects such as Darwinism and sex education into school curricula.
THe NRA used to teach saftey courses in elementry school. Along with safety classes on dynamite and blasting caps.
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