For Immediate Release: December 19th, 2016 Riley Bowman 303-562-1662 Denver, CO: USA Firearm Training today announced its acquisition of Concealed Carry Clothiers LLC out of Rhode Island. The acquisition of Concealed Carry Clothiers includes all assets, trademarks, domain names, and product lines. With this acquisition, the company has re-incorporated as Concealed Carry Inc and is […]
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On January 1st 2017 Senate Bill 656 goes into effect. This new law allows open and concealed carry throughout the state, for those 18 years or older, without a concealed carry permit. It remains illegal, however, for domestic violence offenders and felons to carry a firearm. This was a good battle in the state legislature.
Washington has reconsidered Tennessee given that Tennessee no longer fits the three criteria that Washington State uses to determine which concealed carry permits will be honored.
Finding a good instructor can sometimes be a challenge if you don’t know what to look for. A few good reviews and a military background are not generally the best indicators.
Effective January 1st 2017 Minnesota will no longer honor Concealed Carry Permits from Arkansas, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Tennessee. In addition, Minnesota will no longer honor the basic permits from North Dakota or South Dakota but will continue to honor the class 1 license from both North and South Dakota.
In an effort to provide better information for our students and readers we’ve updated an older article on our website about the laws and best practices in buying guns as gifts.