“We see this throughout the country where you have, all of a sudden, someone that is not in their right mind, or somebody that is evil, walking in and targeting innocent people,” Montenegro said.
“We want to promote people being educated in having CCW permits,” he continued. “We value those that are able to take these classes and help us with safety.”
Montenegro, who has a CCW permit, said the classes teach more than safely handling a firearm. He said it also acquaints people with the laws on the use of deadly force as well as knowing when not to use a gun.

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