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Certifiable gun 'experts'

Published June 14, 2013 1:01 am
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Let's see now:

• A police chief shoots himself during a gun-safety training event overseen by two firearms instructors ("N. Ogden police chief recovering from accidental self-inflicted gunshot," Tribune, June 7).

• A court orders Utah's premiere concealed weapons instructor to surrender his weapons due to a stalking injunction and other related spousal harassment charges ("Gun lobbyist Aposhian ordered to give up firearms," Tribune, June 4).

• My gun-nut file includes several other gun-related accidents that have occurred during training sessions in recent years.

Who monitors these so-called firearms and concealed weapons instructors for competency and mental stability? Who certifies them? "Crazy" Dell Schanze?

Alexis Kelner

Salt Lake City




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