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Firearms Education Policy

Updated: Feb 18



Audiobook have the policy read to you.


Firearms will be made accessible to all. Getting a gun will be like obtaining a driver’s license. Every applicant must provide valid proof of identification and proof of insurance. Like a driver’s license, your handler’s card will have to be renewed, insuring that we are providing everyone with education that matches the rapid development of technology. If questions about previous history comes up, it will be handled on a case by case basis; just like a speeding ticket.


Each insurance company will most likely want to do their own background check before even granting coverage. To create an additional layer of security, current and previous service members, will be invited to a National Marksmanship Competitions. This will be held to remove the fear of guns. If individuals score higher than 90% on an aptitude test they get invited to the state championship.


Federal standards will be put in place to insure that everyone has the access to the best firearms training possible. Currently discussing the possibility of setting aside funding/resources for supporting local gunsmiths facilitating this education for their communities. Education should start in primary school. We teach our kids to leave the hot stove alone, why not apply that same logic to firearms? Lesson plans will be research backed and in turn, age appropriate.


Please note, teaching safe handling procedures doesn’t automatically mean the handling portion. Teaching kids to handle paintball guns and BB guns is just as important. Having a shared understanding of firearm safety will assist in maintaining important overall sense of communal security.


We will set a standard of excellence for 3D printed gun parts. All 3D printed gun parts FOR SALE will be required to be uphold code to protect the consumers. You can work on your car, why wouldn’t we let you work on your gun? Being able to work on the gun maintains our desired precedent of safety.


Age/grade appropriate education will be provide as follows:


Pre K:

  • Gun safety

  • Plastic/airsoft target practice

K-2:

  • Safety

  • Plastic/airsoft target practice

  • Active Incident Training

3-5:

  • Safety

  • Plastic/airsoft target practice

  • Active Incident Training

6-8:

  • Safety

  • Plastic/airsoft target practice

  • Active Incident Training

9-12:

  • Safety

  • Plastic/airsoft target practice

  • Active Incident Training

  • Gun Permit


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