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Guns in bras
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2012, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

I've been thinking about where I would carry a firearm in a classroom to keep it safe from curious kindergarteners or angry teenagers. Unloaded and locked in my desk drawer with a trigger lock, and the ammunition locked in a different drawer is one possibility — though not exactly an instant-response opportunity.

Alternatively, a loaded pistol in a bra holster could provide quick response while providing an impregnable resting place. Fortunately, I have two advantages: (1) a small bust, so that the extra padding would not be overwhelming, and (2) left-handedness, so that if the gun were to go off accidentally (actually a more likely occurrence than shooting a terrorist) I wouldn't shoot myself in the heart.

Either way, I can't imagine sending a child to a school where the teachers carry weapons.

Nancy Evenson

Provo

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