FILE - This Dec. 23, 2012 file photo, a man shoots a revolver, at Dragonman's firing range and gun dealer, outside Colorado Springs, Colo. In an age where it’s convenient to do many things online, Colorado legislators are making one less thing possible for people to do from the comfort of their couch: Get a concealed carry permit. A new law requires people to go to a firearm instructor to show they can safely handle a firearm in person before getting a permit, seeking to close what lawmakers say is an Internet-era loophole they didn’t envision 10 years ago. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)

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FILE - This Dec. 23, 2012 file photo, a man shoots a revolver, at Dragonman's firing range and gun dealer, outside Colorado Springs, Colo. In an age where it’s convenient to do many things online, Colorado legislators are making one less thing possible for people to do from the comfort of their couch: Get a concealed carry permit. A new law requires people to go to a firearm instructor to show they can safely handle a firearm in person before getting a permit, seeking to close what lawmakers say is an Internet-era loophole they didn’t envision 10 years ago. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)
FILE - This Dec. 23, 2012 file photo, a man shoots a revolver, at Dragonman's firing range and gun dealer, outside Colorado Springs, Colo. In an age where it’s convenient to do many things online, Colorado legislators are making one less thing possible for people to do from the comfort of their couch: Get a concealed carry permit. A new law requires people to go to a firearm instructor to show they can safely handle a firearm in person before getting a permit, seeking to close what lawmakers say is an Internet-era loophole they didn’t envision 10 years ago. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)
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