Apr. 11, 2017

ELYSBURG – Rep. Kurt A. Masser (R-Columbia/Montour/Northumberland) is hosting two Concealed Carry Seminars in May to provide education to interested residents about Pennsylvania’s firearms and self-defense laws.

The seminars will be held on the following dates and locations:

• Thursday, May 11, from 6-8 p.m., at the Roaring Creek Valley Grange Hall, located at 1433 Numidia Drive in Catawissa, with Columbia County District Attorney Thomas Leipold and Sheriff Timothy Chamberlain.

• Thursday, May 18, from 6-8 p.m., at the Washington Fire Company, located at 400 Railroad St. in Danville, with Montour County District Attorney Angela Mattis and Sheriff Ray Gehringer.

Due to space limitations, those planning to attend are required to RSVP in advance by calling 570-275-3700 or 570-648-8017. There is no fee to attend.

The presentations will include details about PA’s concealed carry laws, as well as the Castle Doctrine – a legal principle stating that if an attacker or intruder in one’s legally occupied home or vehicle intends to do great bodily harm, lethal force may be used to protect oneself and others. The Castle Doctrine has been law in Pennsylvania since 2011.

Representative Kurt A. Masser
107th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Contact: Krisinda Corbin
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