Call to Arms Is Heard in Post-Katrina Louisiana

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Oleaga advises Cheryl Moser

Gun-safety instructor John Oleaga advises Cheryl Moser, of the Gentilly neighborhood of New Orleans, during her first shots at the gun range. Audie Cornish, NPR hide caption

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According to Louisiana state police, there has been a spike in the number of people applying for concealed weapons in the state. Classes for many gun-safety instructors have been near capacity levels this month.

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