Originally Posted by pr_capone
I see the miscommunication. I stated the FFL dealer would be required to make the class available as part of the cost of the weapon... not that it would be a requirement of purchase.
The cost of the class, to the FFL, would likely be offset by the purchases of peripherals like safes, holsters, snap caps, defensive ammunition and the such.
No, I understood where you were going but we already have safety courses available, not necessarily through an FFL but through a local range or like HC mentioned through the NRA, that’s why I was working from the “requirement to purchase a gun” angle.
That and you’re topic was getting a bit derailed and I was hoping to help move it along.