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LBCC Speakers to Discuss Gun Ownership and Proposed Gun Control Laws
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 • Posted February 14, 2013

Two highly qualified and highly motivated individuals, Bill Edwards and Rodger Woods, will share the podium to discuss proposed legislative action designed to control the sale and distribution of firearms in the United States.

Bill Edwards, Texas Peace Officer and Llano County Constable since 2002, is a retired Naval officer. During his Naval career he, among other positions, served as a Small Arms and Deadly Force Instructor and was a SWAT TEAM Precision Marksman.

Now, residing in Kingsland, he serves in several volunteer areas such as Boy Scout Rifle Shooting Merit Badge Counselor, NRA Home Safety, Rifle and Pistol Instructor, 4H Rifle Instructor and several others.

Rodger Woods spent over 30 years in Public Safety and Training and is dedicated to developing and delivering the highest quality programs and assistance to allow all public safety, governmental, non-governmental, public and private disciplines to integrate during times of emergency or natural disaster. His background includes over 25 years of instruction in law enforcement, firearms and weapons, technical rescue, emergency medicine, emergency management, incident command and specialized rescue.

Both men are well versed on laws and rules which apply to carrying a concealed weapon as well as ownership of rifles with high-capacity magazines. They have spent many hours becoming familiar with the laws governing all firearms and with the legal changes being discussed at the federal level. Questions are welcome during their presentation!

All LBCC MEETINGS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: The meeting will be held on February 19, at 7:00pm at the Hill Country Hall, 15675 Hwy 29 in Buchanan, Dam.For Information Call:Ron Abshier 325-379-1200

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