The Commerce Police Department and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office will hold a firearms safety course for women on Saturday, April 20.
The six—hour course will begin at 9 a.m. at Lanier Technical College in Commerce, said Commerce police chief John Gaissert, after which it will move to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office firing range at the county government complex off General Jackson Drive, Jefferson.
Approximately three hours will be spent in the classroom and three hours will be utilized on the firing range. A bag lunch will be provided.
“The course will cover safety, handgun operation, and current carry laws,” explained Lt. Ken Harmon of the Commerce Police Department. “We will begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Lanier Technical College Jackson County campus in Commerce. Later in the day the course will move to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Firing Range. The course is free of charge and lunch will be provided. Students should bring their own firearm and 30 rounds of ammunition if they would like to participate at the firing range.”
Ladies interested in the course should sign up at the Commerce Police Department. Space will be limited so it is important to sign up early. Contact Lt. Harmon at the Commerce Police Department (706-335-3200) for further information, but participants must appear in person at the Commerce Police Department to register for the course.
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