Rick Ector, a National Rifle Association (NRA) Credentialed Firearms trainer based in Detroit Michigan, launches fundraiser to teach local women how to operate handguns.
Detroit, MI - -(Ammoland.com)- Rick Ector, a National Rifle Association (NRA) Credentialed Firearms Trainer and gun rights activist based in Detroit Michigan, has launched a fundraiser to provide FREE firearms training for local women.
Ector is raising the funds because he says he is “sick and tired of hearing about about the level of violent crime in Detroit.”
A good percentage of that crime, Ector adds, is directed towards women.
He also goes on to say, “From the feedback we received from the FREE firearms training we gave to 40 women this past August, we know that women are interested in learning more about guns. This FREE training will remove barriers to entry and help empower more local ladies.”
Ector’s blog, “Legally Armed In Detroit,” is selling metallic collectible challenge coins bearing the organization’s logo to offset training expenses: gun rentals, range time, ammunition costs, and targets. Ector is hoping that followers of his blog who also believe in his goal – training local women how to operate firearms – will buy the $25 coins to raise the necessary funds.
The fundraising campaign is limited to 100 challenge coins and is expected to continue through the holiday shopping season. Persons interested in supporting this local training effort, should visit their blog to place an order online:
About The Author
Rick Ector is a National Rifle Association credentialed Firearms Trainer, who provides Michigan CCW Class training in Detroit for students at his firearms school – Rick’s Firearm Academy of Detroit.
Ector is a recognized expert in firearm safety and has been featured extensively in the national and local media: Associated Press, NRAnews, Gun Digest, The Politics Daily, Fox News Detroit, The Detroit News, WJLB, WGPR and the UrbanShooterPodcast.
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