Black Gun Store Owners Commit to Training their Community in Firearms Safety and 2A Rights – Opinion

The National African Americans Gun Rights Association was created in 2015 to help educate Black people about gun use, home safety, shooting competitions, and simply have fun with firearms!

This week’s Feel-Bad: Dementia Joe wants to take our guns. You can tell that the person pulling strings about cannons is looking for a victory in this column by listening to his rantings.

Good News Friday: Americans and Black Americans are arming more. They also encourage and train their communities to use guns safely and how to properly invest in the 2A community.

So, in honor of Black History Month, today’s Feel-Good Friday post is about a Black couple who cared more about the community than their discomfort with being associated with “gun culture.” Not only did they begin training their community on gun safety and firearms use, but they opened up their own gun store called Prime Protection STL. KSDK News St. Louis reports that Armon ReedWynne’s and Bridgette ReedWynne are the co-owners and have trained more than 8,000 individuals in firearm safety and self-defense.

Bravo to them

“That’s what we are here for because there’s too many good people lost to the hands of criminals,” Prime Protection STL co-owner Armon Reed-Wynne said.

I know that’s right.

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