York County state reps to host concealed firearms class

State Reps. Seth Grove, R-Dover Township, and Mike Regan, R-Carroll Township, will host a concealed carry class for firearms at 10 a.m. June 22, according to a news release.

The class will be held at the Lions Community Building, 2280 Rosstown Road in Warrington Township.

Attorney Matt Menges will discuss concealed carry laws, as well as the Castle Doctrine, according to the release.  An officer from Northern York County Regional Police will also speak.

Space is limited, according to the release.

To register, contact Grove’s district office at (717) 767-3947 or Regan’s office at (717) 432-0792.

The full release, after the jump:

YORK – Reps. Seth Grove (R-Dover) and Mike Regan (R-Dillsburg) will host a concealed carry class for firearms on Saturday, June 22, at 10 a.m.

“There are a lot of misconceptions about Pennsylvania’s concealed carry laws, and the purpose of this class is to give people the facts,” said Grove.  “We will have two very knowledgeable speakers, and there will be an opportunity for participants to ask questions.”

The class will be held at the Lions Community Building, located at 2280 Rosstown Road in Wellsville.

“This is a unique opportunity for citizens to expand their knowledge on the concealed carry laws in Pennsylvania, and to be able ask questions of the experts on the topic,” said Regan.  “I encourage your participation.”

Attorney Matt Menges will discuss concealed carry laws and will touch on the Castle Doctrine.  An officer from the Northern York County Regional Police will discuss how to safely interact with the police while exercising the legal right to carry a firearm.

Space is limited, so interested individuals should RSVP as soon as possible by calling Grove’s district office at (717) 767-3947 or Regan’s office at (717) 432-0792.

More information about Grove and his legislative priorities can be found at www.RepGrove.com and www.Facebook.com/RepSethGrove.  Regan posts legislative information at www.RepMikeRegan.com and www.Facebook.com/RepMikeRegan. 


 

About Ed Mahon

County government and politics reporter at York Daily Record/Sunday News.
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2 Responses to York County state reps to host concealed firearms class

  1. Mark Foreman says:

    Are weapons permitted at this class?

  2. Chris Hutton says:

    Just what we need, more people with guns.
    Murica!

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