Concealed-carry applicants in Wisconsin would need instruction in the use of deadly force and how to avoid violent situations under new rules proposed by the state Justice Department.
DOJ has been operating under temporary rules governing how the agency issues permits since the concealed carry law went into effect. Those rules require training but don’t lay out any specifics.
The new rules not only require instruction on deadly force and de-escalation but mandate training on firearm safety rules and how to safely use, handle, transport and store firearms and ammunition. Training class sizes would be restricted to 50 students.
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