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The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting Guy Relford on Saturday Feb 5th, 2022 from 9am to 1:30pm for his Essentials of Indiana Gun Law Class. This course cost is $50 or $95/couple.

 

“Essentials of Indiana Gun Law is a four-hour course that covers the most important legal issues for every Indiana gun owner, including locations where the possession of firearms is prohibited state, federal or local laws, the justifiable use of force (including deadly force) under Indiana law and avoiding criminal prosecution for crimes involving firearms such as criminal recklessness, intimidation with a deadly weapon and "pointing a firearm.”

 

“This course is taught by Guy A. Relford, an attorney with over thirty years of legal experience whose practice is devoted exclusively to firearms-related legal issues.”

 

Follow this link to register Upcoming Courses (tactical-firearms.com)

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Presidents' Day is celebrated every year on the third Monday of February — February 21 this year. All the presidents in American history are remembered and honored for their exemplary work in making America the great country it is today.

After the death of George Washington in 1799, his birthday was unofficially celebrated as a day of remembrance called Washington Day. Throughout the 1800s, people used this day to honor the man that shaped America and the legacy he left. In 1832, a resolution permitted the removal and internment of George Washington’s body in the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. and the erection of the Washington Monument in 1848 caused more celebrations nationwide.

It wasn’t until the late 1870s that Steven Wallace Dorsey proposed that Washington’s birthday should become a national federal holiday. President Rutherford B. Hayes signed it into law in 1879 and joined the four existing bank holidays that were previously approved in 1870. Because of Abraham Lincoln’s legacy and the proximity of his birthday on February 12, it was proposed that Washington Day should become Presidents’ Day to celebrate both men, but that idea was rejected by Congress.

Washington’s Birthday didn’t officially become Presidents’ Day until the late 1960s. Senator Robert McClory of Illinois concocted a plan that moved key bank holidays to Mondays to increase the number of three-day weekends for workers in what’s known as the Uniform Monday’s Act. The hope was that it would increase productivity and decrease employee absenteeism. Unsurprisingly, the labor union agreed with this idea and so did the private sector.

In 1971, Richard M. Nixon made the executive order to pass the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, which shifted Washington’s Birthday, Columbus Day, Memorial Day, and Veterans’ Day to Monday. With the date landing in the middle of Lincoln’s and Washington’s birthday, it became known as Presidents’ Day, while having a simultaneous benefit for retail stores as they advertised their special sales events during this time. By the mid-1980s, Presidents’ Day became the common term and continues to be called as such to this day.

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting Guy Relford on Saturday Feb 5th, 2022 from 9am to 1:30pm for his Essentials of Indiana Gun Law Class. This course cost is $50 or $95/couple.

 

“Essentials of Indiana Gun Law is a four-hour course that covers the most important legal issues for every Indiana gun owner, including locations where the possession of firearms is prohibited state, federal or local laws, the justifiable use of force (including deadly force) under Indiana law and avoiding criminal prosecution for crimes involving firearms such as criminal recklessness, intimidation with a deadly weapon and "pointing a firearm.”

 

“This course is taught by Guy A. Relford, an attorney with over thirty years of legal experience whose practice is devoted exclusively to firearms-related legal issues.”

 

Follow this link to register Upcoming Courses (tactical-firearms.com)