Growing up in New York City, “firearms” and “guns” weren’t exactly terms I heard about often. I had a few family members that were police officers, however it still wasn’t something we all talked about at family gatherings. I never really gave much thought to firearms or even my own self defense; until one year I had do. I got myself into a relationship that was not good for me to say the least. It showed me how important self defense and empowerment truly were. So I started to learn. I got into a career field that truly helped me with that. I started working as an emergency medical technician in NYC and then became a paramedic, which is my current day.. uh night job. Soon after I was thrown into the world of firearms, and I fell head over heels. My aunt had recently gotten into shooting so I thought it was the perfect opportunity to learn as well
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