Iowa School Districts Mandate Gun Safety Classes for Students
Any pro-gunner will tell you education on boomstickery is crucial. If some noob gets his mitts on a hand-cannon without proper training, bad things can happen. As such, two school districts in Iowa are adding a new requirement to their curriculum to combat ballistic ignorance. They're requiring gun safety classes for all students to teach the responsible use of gats.
Two school districts in Iowa will reportedly introduce mandatory classes about firearm safety into school curriculum starting next year.
Students enrolled in both the 7th and 8th grade at schools in the North Butler and Clarksville districts will be required to take part in a mandatory hunter safety course taught by the Butler County Conservation Board, Radio Iowa reported on Thursday.
The course will reportedly be implemented into the students’ PE curriculum.
North Butler Superintendent Joel Foster told the local outlet that the classes are geared towards teaching students how to “use weapons responsibly, how to respect them, understand it’s not a video game and those sort of things, that maybe we’ll cut down on our chances of having a severe incident."
Excellent move, my Hawkeye friends. All the beers to you.
Did you just hear that? That's the sound of a million leftist heads exploding in reaction to this announcement. Lefties depend on the irresponsible use of blasters to further their anti-gun narrative. If the populace are all competent and responsible in the ways of lead-slingers, the left's supply of anti-gun examples will run dry.
Proper education is one of the biggest steps toward combatting anti-gunnery. When you know what a piece can and can't do, you immediately begin to see the left's anti-gun narrative as a steaming pile of bullhickey. Here's hoping these gun safety classes aid the youngsters in avoiding mishaps with the boomsticks.
While we're on the subject: