Another mass shooting – FASTERSavesLives.org has solutions

by Jim Irvine

The latest mass killing at Umpqua Community College in Oregon has media and “experts” talking about what we should do about these events. Rather than talk about what we could do, or should do, or might do, let me tell you what we HAVE done.

In the wake of the Sandy Hook massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, Buckeye Firearms Foundation announced it would pay for a class of 24 educators to attend a three-day class conducted by John Benner at Tactical Defense Institute (TDI).

Jim Irvine a SAF “Defender of Liberty” award winner

Buckeye Firearms Association is proud to announce that our president, Jim Irvine, has been recognized by the Second Amendment Foundation for his tireless service to the cause of gun rights.











Irvine was awarded SAF's 2015 "Defender of Freedom Award" by SAF founder Alan Gottlieb at the recent Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC). 

Op-Ed: Gun rights are the people's rights

Editor's Note: FASTERSavesLives.org Program Director Joe Eaton submitted the following op-ed to the Cleveland Plain Dealer in response to an anti-gun rights screed published recently by that news outlet. As it happens, Eaton's op-ed appeared at Cleveland.com the day after yet another mass murder in a "no-guns" zone.

IMPORTANT Seminar Oct. 24: "Preparing for Terror - The Massacre Coming to Your School"

You saw the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001 when 4 airplanes were hijacked and flown into the World Trade Towers, Pentagon, and a Pennsylvania field. And there have been more attacks in the years since ... Trolley Square Mall, Ft. Hood, Navy Yard, Boston Bombing and more.

Home-grown terrorists are among us and can cause severe trauma and death to those they target, but a far larger threat many be looming.

Terrorists have said: Children are noble targets! We owe America 2 million dead children, just to even the score. 

Buckeye Firearms Foundation's Jim Irvine addresses 2015 GRPC on FASTER program

Buckeye Firearms Foundation President Jim Irvine was invited to the 2015 Gun Rights Policy Conference to speak about FASTERSavesLives.org, the groundbreaking, nonprofit program that gives educators practical violence response training. 

Irvine remarks begin at 53m 51s on the counter in the embedded video below, or click here to begin the video at his remarks in a new window.

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