Minnesota: Allow firearms classes to be taught in publicly funded shooting ranges

Posted on April 27, 2012

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There is a bill that if passed by the Minnesota Legislature would allow the public to use publicly owned or managed shooting ranges, some in local police stations. It originated in the city of Plymouth where a firearms safety instructor wanted to use the police shooting range to teach firearms safety and was denied.

Read the article: The Brooklyn Park Sun Post (Minn.)

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