Law Shield was interested to read a story about the Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors, who recently organized a day of firearms instruction at the Angeles Shooting Range in northeast Los Angeles.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency article described how Doris Wise Montrose, president of the group, and seven others — three of them children of Holocaust survivors — received “point and shoot” instruction from Itamar Gelbman, 32, a former lieutenant in the Israel Defense Forces.
“We talk about defending ourselves, but we have to do something aside from sharing email articles,” Montrose said. “No cattle car for me.”
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