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As Oklahoma moves closer to becoming the 44th state to allow guns to be carried in open view, interest in firearms continues to grow.

“It just seems like this was one of the busiest summers we’ve had,” said Don Roberts, a certified handgun instructor.

Roberts said since Senate Bill 1733 was signed by Gov. Mary Fallin in May, more people have enrolled in concealed carry classes.

Roberts said along with the new open carry law, recent high-profile crimes and the upcoming election have factored into the increased interest.

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