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A trainee fires his gun during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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FASTER Colorado instructor Graham Dunne lectures school teachers and administrators during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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A trainee listens to instructions from FASTER Colorado instructor Graham Dunne during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Karl (last name not given) who works for a northeastern Colorado school district, inspects his target during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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School teachers and administrators raise their hands up in a simulated rescue scenario during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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A teacher takes part in a simulated active shooter drill during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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School teachers and administrators fire their guns during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Trainees are put through a physical and mental fitness drill during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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A trainee reloads bullets into a magazine clip during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Bullets that will be fired during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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FASTER Colorado instructor Paul Gregory (R) gives instructions to John Coppin, a dean of a K-7 charter school in Colorado school District 20, during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Protective face masks that school teachers and administrators will wear during an Airsoft active shooter drill sit on a table during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Bill Trees, a volunteer fro FASTER Colorado prepares targets during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Robert (last name not given) who is a principal at a K-12 school near Golden, Colorado, fires his gun from a protected position during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Scott (R) (last name not given) who works for a northeastern Colorado school district, and FASTER Colorado instructor Paul Gregory inspect a target during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Trainee John Coppin (C), dean of a K-7 charter school in Colorado school District 20, participates in a physical and mental fitness drill during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Scott (last name not given), who works for a northeastern Colorado school district, fires his gun from a protected position during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Robert (last name not given), who is a principal at a K-12 school near Golden, Colorado, fires his gun from a protected position during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Scott (last name not given), who works for a northeastern Colorado school district, fires his gun from a protected position during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Bill Trees, a volunteer for FASTER Colorado puts up targets during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Karl (L) (last name not given), who works for a northeastern Colorado school district, applies a tourniquet on FASTER Colorado volunteer Bill Trees during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Robert (last name not given), who is a principal at a K-12 school near Golden, Colorado, participates in a "Quick Peek" drill during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 11, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 32 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Bullet holes mark cardboard targets during the FASTER Level 2 two-day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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School teachers draw their pistols during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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FASTER Colorado instructor Graham Dunne (not seen) marks bullet holes while scoring a target during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Bullet holes mark a cardboard target during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Scott (last name not given) who works for a northeastern Colorado school district, inspects his target during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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FASTER Colorado instructor Gabe Moore lectures school teachers and administrators during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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A trainee rests his hand on his pistol during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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School teachers and administrators fire their guns while conducting a drill during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Scott (last name not given) who works for a northeastern Colorado school district, fires his gun during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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A trainee fires his pistol while participating in a moving shooting drill during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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School teachers and administrators sweep up spent shell casings at the end of day one of the two day FASTER Level 2 firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Bullet holes mark a cardboard target during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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FASTER Colorado instructor Graham Dunne lectures school teachers and administrators how to handle guns safely during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Spent shell casings lie on the ground after school teachers and administrators have finished firing their pistols during the two day FASTER Level 2 firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Trainee John Coppin, 53, a dean of a K-6 charter school in Colorado school District 20 listens to instructions during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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FASTER Colorado instructor Gabe Moore teaches proper hand positioning to a school teacher during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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School teachers and administrators prepare to fire their guns during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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A trainee fires her gun during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Trainee John Coppin, 53, a dean of a K-6 charter school in Colorado school District 20, fires his pistol during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Trainee John Coppin, 53, a dean of a K-6 charter school in Colorado school District 20, fires his pistol during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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A digital stopwatch is used to time a teacher's speed in un-holstering and firing his gun during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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FASTER Colorado instructor Graham Dunne lectures school teachers and administrators how to handle guns safely during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Bullets that will be fired during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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A school teacher takes aim before firing his pistol during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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FASTER Colorado instructor Gabe Moore lectures school teachers and administrators during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Scott (last name not given,) who works for a northeastern Colorado school district, fires his gun during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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School teachers and administrators fire their guns during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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School teachers and administrators fire their guns during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)
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Part of the program, including active shooter training, during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. - FASTER Colorado has been sponsoring firearms training to Colorado teachers and administrators since 2017. Over 200 Colorado teachers and administrators have participated in the course. Colorado is one of approximately 30 states that allow firearms within school limits, and an estimated 34 school districts in Colorado allow teachers and administrators to carry concealed firearms. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)

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