New workshop to teach teens about gun safety in West Louisville | News

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A longtime firearms instructor will be to prove gun safety, gun handling, and other skills to children and teens in West Louisville during a youth safety workshop.

“Young people are typically left out of the conversation when it comes to firearms training,” said Aaron McGahee.

It’s just another big reason the military veterinarian decided to expand its firearms training academy – Rhinox Research group.

“We’re going more aggressive and deeper into West Louisville,” McGahee noted.

This youth atelier is in collaboration with Cole’s Place Events, a place This is no stranger to gun violence. After a deadly double shooting in the event space last summer, the owner closed the establishment.

“Cole is my barber, so we always talk about what we can do to improve life and improve quality in West Louisville,” said McGahee, who believes the improvement also comes down to affordability.

This is why he did a workshop tickets for $35.

“We can’t do everything, but with our strengths we can do something,” said McGahee.

While parents are encouraged to to participate, the child must have a guardian present at the event.

“Our students can practice with the handgun before going to the shooting range,” said McGahee. “Tthis allows them to train comfortably and practice these fundamental skills during class.

The youth safety workshop is February 26 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Cole’s Place on West Kentucky Street.

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