Colorado Pushes for Armed School Staff

by Joe Eaton

2:26PM Sunday, March 8 2015

Patrick Neville was a 15-year-old sophomore at Columbine High School in 1999. He was on his way to a fast food lunch when the shooting started. Two students, armed with guns and pipe bombs, had stormed the Colorado school, on their ... Read More

FASTER Saves Lives at BASA “Are you prepared?” conference

by Jim Irvine

2:34PM Saturday, March 7 2015

This week the Buckeye Association of School Administrators (BASA) holds its “Are you prepared?” school facilities and safety conference in Columbus, Ohio. FASTER Saves Lives will be on hand at booth 40 near the BASA registration desk. We will have trauma ... Read More

FASTER ad running in Ohio School Board Association magazine

by Jim Irvine

8:40PM Thursday, February 26 2015

The Ohio School Board Association (OSBA) publishes a magazine for its members on a bi-monthly basis. Inside the back cover of the latest edition school administrators will find an ad for FASTER Saves Lives, sponsored by Buckeye Firearms Foundation. Read More

Ohio Concealed Handgun License Requirements/Classes

by Joe Eaton

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR OHIO CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE The law requires at least 8 hours (starting 3/23/15) of certified training in the following matters:
  • The ability to name, explain, and demonstrate the rules for safe handling of a handgun ... Read More Web site debuts

by Joe Eaton

8:36PM Tuesday, February 24 2015

Faster Saves Lives – Web site debuts FASTER Saves Lives has grown so much it has become the main project of Buckeye Firearms Foundation. Measured by dollars spent, hours volunteered, impact, or passion, it is now the dominant factor for the ... Read More
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