Liberty University to Open Gun Range on Campus
Liberty University in Virginia is set to build its own gun range right on campus.
The Campbell County board of supervisors approved the school's request, 6-0, to build a $3 million state-of-the art shooting range on a 500-acre plot of campus land.
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr., an ardent supporter of President-elect Donald Trump, joined "Fox & Friends" Friday to discuss this measure.
"We have a mountain on campus, and we thought we'd use it for recreation," Falwell said. "We've been able to avoid a lot of the sexual assault problems that you see at a lot of universities by giving students positive alternatives to keep them busy and to keep them entertained. The shooting range will be part of that."
The range will not only serve students, but it will also be available as a training facility for local law enforcement officers.
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