There seems to be a group of people out there who are calling for capacity limitations because they feel us normal people (non-criminals) don’t have any need for high capacity mags and they tend to feel that of all the draconian gun legislation they would like to pass this is one that is lower hanging […]
Articles and updates about concealed carry and other firearm related law around the country. Reciprocity, bans, legislation, dealing with law enforcement, attorneys and much more for American gun owners.
U.S. Law Shield, the country’s largest firearm legal defense group has announced that moving forward their member legal coverage will extend not just to firearm related incidents but to any weapon related incidents.
Of the many common rhetoric of the gun-control lobby, one of the frequent we hear is a call for “Universal background checks.” This article covers all the core points surrounding the arguments for and against this legislation. Next time you hear anyone call “Universal background checks” a good idea please send them the link […]
This law allows that all residents of Maine who are not otherwise prohibited by law from possessing a firearm may carry concealed without obtaining a Concealed handgun Permit (CHP). The law still allows that those who travel outside of the state can obtain a permit so they will have the same reciprocity as is already […]
On June 5th, 2015 Legislative Document 868 was signed into law by Governor Paul LePage of Maine. Described as “An Act To Remove Limitations on Reciprocity for Concealed Handguns Permits” the change removes the power from the state police to enter into reciprocity agreements and instead forces Maine to recognize any resident permit from any […]
Today’s article is not meant to focus on all the things wrong with New Jersey or any other state. I feel that the above story and many others like it make an American gun owner ask the question, “Should I inform law enforcement that I have my firearm or not?”