Colorado-based organization supports firearm training for educators and religious leaders.

We can all agree that no one ever wants to see a mass shooting on the news. Our teachers, church staff, and other professionals in gun-free zones rely on armed security to keep them and their students or community members safe from those who wish to inflict harm. Unfortunately, security staff can be in short supply at times, or wasn't there to begin with. 

Supported via their merchandise sales, Colorado's Bullets Both Ways promotes training for armed school and church staff members by sponsoring participants at the Colorado Faculty Administrator Safety Training and Emergency Response (FASTER) program. Bullets Both Ways' mission is to enhance the protection of public spaces that are meant to be safe. 

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Image courtesy Bullets Both Ways' Instagram

Those who are in schools, churches, synagogues, mosques, and other public areas should never be made to feel as though their life is in danger just by showing up. By supporting comprehensive firearm and safety training to those in positions of authority, we in effect become a safer community. 

Local firearm ranges, such as DCF Guns in Castle Rock, sell Bullets Both Ways merchandise and can provide more information on this organization and how you can help.

Click here to learn more about Bullets Both Ways.

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