Students in Kansas school learn gun handling for class
April 28, 2017
HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — Mary Beth Fulk teaches a class based on life skills at Fairfield High School: changing a tire, writing a resume and properly handling and shooting a .357 magnum.
This is the second year Fulk has taught the handy work elective class. The gun safety portion is only a couple days of the semester-long elective class.
Fulk said no guns are allowed in the classroom; the shooting is done outside of school time and is not required. Paul Kalmar, a retired law enforcement officer and licensed firearm instructor, oversees the shooting portion.
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