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    2. Vermont Governor Signs Series Of Gun Control Bills

      Vermont Governor Signs Series Of Gun Control Bills
      Vermont, despite its location in the Northeast, had a reputation as being one of the most pro-gun states in the country. They had no real gun control laws of their own to speak of. They followed federal laws, but other than that? Not much else. However, thats all over now. Vermont governor Phil Scott signed a package of sweeping gun-control reforms into law Wednesday, in an unprecedented moment for the ...
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    3. Op-Ed Argues ‘Gun Culture’ Is Fiction

      Op-Ed Argues ‘Gun Culture’ Is Fiction
      Guns have been part of the American fabric since the founding of this nation. Privately held firearms were here in the colonies, something that people living in Europe often lacked. We needed them to fend off attacks from hostile natives and to put food on the table. They were routinely used for personal protection as well, since the Indians werent the only ones who could be hostile.
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    4. Illinois Man Uses AR-15 To Save A Life

      Illinois Man Uses AR-15 To Save A Life
      Time and time again, were told that theres absolutely no reason to have an AR-15 except to take a human life. Theyre weapons of war, theyre tools designed to kill and nothing else, some say. However, an Illinois man is alive today because of an AR-15 in the hands of a private citizen. Dave Thomas was getting ready for work Monday afternoon when he heard women screaming in his apartment ...
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    5. Chicago Teachers Taking Free Concealed Carry Classes

      Chicago Teachers Taking Free Concealed Carry Classes
      When we think of anti-gun cities, Chicago sits right in our Top Five list. However, since the Supreme Courts decision inMcDonaldvChicago, the city has been far more open to guns than some of us would like to think. Oh, dont get me wrong. Its far from a pro-gun city by any stretch of the imagination. However, you actuallycan have a gun there, which is a major step forward.
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    6. There's not a 'snowflake's chance in hell' of repealing the Second Amendment - CNNPolitics

      There's not a 'snowflake's chance in hell' of repealing the Second Amendment - CNNPolitics
      How could those high school kids have marched en masse and not achieved any meaningful reform? That seems to be the state of affairs: The gun laws seem intractably set, despite growing public support to change them, at least on the periphery of the laws. Measures passed in Florida after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting seem to have no prospects at the national level.
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    7. Son Shoots Alleged Carjacker To Protect Mother

      Son Shoots Alleged Carjacker To Protect Mother
      Horrible things can happen in an instant. A car accident, a plane crash, anything. One minute, everything is fine. The next, trauma. For one Atlanta-area woman, a potentially traumatic carjacking ended quickly and, while not peacefully, with the alleged bad guy being the one in the proverbial world of hurt. The woman doesnt want to be identified but told FOX 5 News, the driver immediately got out and rushed to ...
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    8. Companies Pull NRA Support Backfires

      Companies Pull NRA Support Backfires
      Americans arent happy with companies that severed ties with the National Rifle Association (NRA) in the wake of the tragic Florida high school shooting this month, according to a Wednesday Morning Consult poll. Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Norton Antivirus, LifeLock, MetLife, Alamo, National Car Rental and SimpliSafe cut ties with the NRA in response to the Feb. 14 Parkland, Fla., high school shooting that claimed the lives of 17 individuals.
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    9. Attacking the NRA is really attacking everyday Americans

      Attacking the NRA is really attacking everyday Americans
      A few weeks before the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellarof Texas invited a special guest to attend the State of the Union address: Stephen Willeford, the hero who just months earlier had stopped a mass shooter at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.An ordinary citizen who heard the shots from his home across the street, Willeford grabbed his weapon, ran to the scene ...
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    10. LA Times: 10,000 Californians Who Shouldn’t Own Guns, Do. That’s Unpossible!

      LA Times: 10,000 Californians Who Shouldn’t Own Guns, Do. That’s Unpossible!
      California has some of the most strict gun control laws in the country, yet despite the laws, it seems that thousands of Californians who shouldnt own firearms, do. At least, thats what theLos Angeles Timesnotes in their story on the situation. In response to the massacre atSandy Hook Elementary Schoolin Connecticut five years ago, outraged California lawmakers launched a crackdown within months of the tragedy that has seized 18,000 ...
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    11. How California's New Laws Affect Gun Owners | San Rafael, CA Patch

      How California's New Laws Affect Gun Owners | San Rafael, CA Patch
      How California's New Laws Affect Gun Owners Californians can still own guns in the new year but the state government just implemented stricter laws. California welcomed hundreds of new laws in 2018 with a handful of laws affecting gun owners. Although residents can still own guns in the Golden State, the state government implemented stricter laws for the new year.
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    12. Owning Multiple Firearms is like Having the Right Tools for the Job

      Owning Multiple Firearms is like Having the Right Tools for the Job
      In a recent discussion on Twitter (@gregcampnc), I was informed that anyone who has more than two guns is gearing up to commit mass murder. Now Im willing to allow for some measure of exaggeration, given the nature of the medium, but as I look around at my personal armory and contemplate my plans for the new year, I have to say that one of us does not understand the ...
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  1. About Inland Training

    About The Instructors


    Inland Training Courses are conducted by Certified Instructors with an solid background in Safety & Shooting Skills:


    Instructor Ken McGreevy. Ken began shooting as a boy of 10, when he somehow talked his Dad into getting him a Marlin bolt-action .22 and went to the NRA Hunter Safety Class. During his college years at Cypress College, he worked as an instructor at the Winchester-Watson Trap and Skeet range in Carson.

    Also while in College, at San Jose State University, Ken was the victim of an armed robbery and had to use his shooting skills with a Smith & Wesson .357 revolver to survive an attack. His experience with Law Enforcement and the Courts led him to volunteer as a Reserve Deputy with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department in 1987. In 1992, he attended the FBI Firearms Instructor School, and began teaching at the Sheriff's Academy. Since then, he has attended other Instructor Schools, and wrote the Sheriff's Department's Firearms Instructor's Handbook which is used as the textbook for the Firearms Instructor Schools put on by the Academy.

    He regularly does "Use of Force" training for the Department where he instructs and evaluates Law Enforcement Officers in the use of Handguns (both revolvers and semi-automatics), shotguns, light rifles, and other firearms, as well as the use of Chemical weapons (Pepper spray, mace, tear gas, etc.), Impact weapons (batons, etc.), and Defensive tactics (He holds a Black Belt in Kung Fu). He is a Certified Armorer for Glock Pistols and AR-15 rifles, and an Emergency Medical Technician.

    Additionally, Ken teaches under contract to the Federal Government's Homeland Security Department, working with Federal Flight Deck Officers who are Pilots that have been Deputized and armed to defend their aircraft against terrorists.

    Because of Ken's background, training, and experience, he brings a wealth of knowledge and skills in tactical shooting scenarios that our Students can take advantage of and benefit from.

    Ken's "Day Job" is working for United Airlines as a 747 Pilot. All that time in college teaching and surviving with firearms was to obtain his degree in Aeronautical Operations. After graduation, he worked as a pilot in several jobs, "working his way up". In the 1980's, he owned and operated a Flight School (Pacific Flight) at Riverside Airport, where he was the Chief Flight Instructor, the Chief Pilot, the Director of Operations, and the janitor. He managed 23 airplanes, 3 helicopters, and over 30 full-time employees in the Flight School, the Air Charter business, Aircraft Maintenance Facility, and Fueling Service. Many people he taught to fly are now airline pilots for various airlines. He has also served as an instructor and Evaluator for United Airlines.

    With vast experience as a teacher in both Aviation and Law Enforcement Firearms, Ken's teaching skills and abilities are a welcome addition to Inland Training.

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