Victor Perez, who became a U.S. resident last year was practicing to qualify for a Texas Concealed Handgun license. He will have to spend four to six hours in a training course per the new law, roughly half as long as before.
“I’ve always been interested in guns, however growing up in Mexico, I was never able to buy one,” stated Perez.
The shorter courses will likely draw more students for Michael Leah Hilton, who owns Valley Firearms Training, where he teaches concealed handgun courses and gun safety.
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