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Free Oregon Women’s Concealed Handgun Class 2016

Future Events:
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Firearms Safety Class in March 2016: This free Oregon handgun safety class will be taking place at the Lane County Fairgrounds in March. It will be around 4 hours long and have around 100-300 free seats available. There won’t be any live fire training though but there will be a drawing for live fire training too (and a free shotgun). The mailing list for this event is now closed. Please follow this link for information about future events.

About the Firearm Class and Oregon Firearms Laws

Arnold Law offers a free concealed handgun license class to local women annually in Eugene.

Handgun and Constitution

While the topic of guns and gun use continues to make headlines throughout the nation, Arnold Law Managing Partner Mike Arnold said his goal is to increase knowledge and safety of guns for women who do not have access to training.

“We wanted to create a comfortable learning environment as well as provide support to take the necessary steps to obtain a concealed handgun license,” Arnold said. “We are doing it because we want to empower women to feel comfortable with the tools to keep themselves safe and to teach their children how to be safe around firearms.”

Participants enrolled in the 100-person class will be entered to win a free Remington 20-gauge shotgun.

The classes are focused on supporting women and their pursuit of gun safety training. However, the classes are also supporting an important local non-profit. Arnold Law is asking participating women to bring toiletry items and feminine hygiene products as a donation to Womenspace, Eugene’s domestic violence emergency shelter. Anyone else can drop off items at Arnold Law at 10th and Mill in downtown Eugene throughout the month of the class.

Firearm Safety for Firm Employees

Arnold Law hosted the gun safety class for its employees, including six lawyers and four staff members, and plans to offer additional free women’s gun safety classes throughout Oregon.

Women interested in participating are encouraged to listen to the radio and follow Arnold Law on Facebook and Twitter for more information.

Participants must be 18 years old and otherwise capable of legally possessing a firearm (need to be 21 to have a concealed weapon).

Read more about Oregon gun laws.

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