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It’s up to us, not the streets, to teach our boys ‘gun etiquette’: Youth organization founder


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“X” for Boys founder King Randall joined Fox News host Lawrence Jones on “Jesse Watters Primetime” Friday to discuss his initiative to teach students in his community about gun safety at the following the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

KING RANDALL: At “X” for Boys, we will teach them how to use guns properly and how to teach them firearms etiquette. I think this is extremely important for our communities. We must be proactive and not reactive.

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And being proactive teaches them firearms and reducing the chances of them having accidents or, you know, having episodes where they’re just trying to figure out what a gun is or something. Because most of the time, a lot of kids are just happy to hold a gun. They’ve never seen it before. They saw it on rap videos. They want to hold it and take pictures with it, point fingers and stuff like that.

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So, you know, I want to make sure I teach them, no, it’s a gun, you have to respect it and what it can do and learn how to use it at the right time.

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