South Carolina Bill Creates A High School Gun Class
Lawmaker says it will be just like sports.
While many lawmakers think that training teachers how to use guns is a great idea, one in South Carolina doesn't want to stop there.
Sen. Lee Bright (R) is sponsoring a bill that would make way for a class to teach students how to shoot guns.
The class will be called the “South Carolina Gun Safety Program” course and would focus on learning how to properly use a firearm, safety techniques, and the history of the 2nd amendment and the right to bear arms.
“We’ve got football, we’ve got basketball, and we’ve got baseball,” says Bright. “I think if they had a hunting team, it would be a great idea.”