Class Offered on California Gun Laws for Gun Owners, Changes in California Law to be Addressed.
San Diego, CA --(Ammoland.com)- California has some of the most confusing and complicated firearms laws in the nation. And now more laws are on the way!!!
As a result pending changes to California law, the law firm of Michel & Associates, P.C., is again partnering with Shooters-Edge, Inc. and MV Tactical & Firearms Training, Inc. to present “Gun Law for Gun Owners” at the Angles Shooting Range in Lake View Terrace, California on November 2, 2013.
This all-day class will combine the expertise of trainer Bruce Krell (FFL, firearm instructor, and court certified expert witness), attorney Joseph Silvoso (criminal defense and firearms law attorney), and trainer Brian Fitzpatrick (former police officer, training officer, and firearm instructor). The combination of these teaching talents will create a unique learning experience for attendees.
Participants will learn about current and pending state and federal firearm laws, and will receive a copy of C.D. Michel’s book “California Gun Laws.” They will also be taught how they should react and behave when questioned by police, with suggestions offered from the perspective of both Mr. Silvoso, a criminal defense attorney, and Mr. Fitzpatrick, a former police officer. Lessons will include re-enactments and analysis of real life encounters with police, and a discussion of the practical applications of California’s confusing firearm laws and how these laws play out in California courts.
Mr. Krell is a court certified expert on firearms and ballistics. He is also a federal firearms licensee (FFL) and gunsmith. Mr. Krell spent four years with the United States Air Force and attained the rank of Captain. Mr. Krell was a part time civilian instructor at the Marine Sniper School at Camp Pendleton, California. He currently teaches classes in Tactical Handgun, Carbine, and Shotgun training.
Attorney Joseph Silvoso practices firearms law and criminal defense for the law firm of Michel & Associates, P.C., in Long Beach. Mr. Silvoso has represented clients charged with state and federal firearms related crimes including, but not limited to, possession of “assault weapons,” carrying firearms concealed/loaded, brandishing, possession of illegal weapons, and prohibited persons in possession of firearms. He was a contributor on C.D. Michel’s book, “California Gun Laws.” Mr. Silvoso has counseled over a thousand individuals concerning state and federal firearms laws, and has represented firearms dealers in proceedings with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, and the California Department of Justice.
Brian Fitzpartick is a former member of a local law enforcement agency and a police instructor. Brian currently is a member of MV Tactical & Firearms Training involved in training individuals on firearm safety and use. Mr. Fitzpatrick currently teaches classes on Basic and Intermediate Defensive Pistol.
For more information and to sign up, please visit http://www.shooters-edge.com and review the information under the “2013 Schedule” link. Click on the button next to this course “Add To Cart,” checkout and pay via paypal.
REGISTER NOW!!! Due to limited class size this event WILL SELL OUT.
Participants should bring their own food and beverages for this all day class and have the ability to take notes if they like.
NO AUDIO OR VIDEO RECORDING WILL BE ALLOWED
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