Did you stop carrying concealed because you were concerned with your mental and emotional ability to take action when the situation calls for it? If so, you are far normal than you may think.
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.
Kansas has joined five other states in allowing locals 21 and older to carry concealed firearms without the need of a permit. The new law, signed in by Governor Brownback on April 2nd, goes into effect on July 1st. Local citizens will still be able to apply for the Kansas concealed weapon permit if they […]
This is the first on map generator of its kind that takes into consideration the factor that some states will honor a permit from another state only if that permit is in the hand of a resident from that state.
For now the battle is won. Under pressure from both chambers of the US Congress, the NRA’s huge membership, the administration has taken a turn and stopped it’s plan to ban a popular and inexpensive ammunition used by the AR-15 rifle.
Aside from being favorably reviewed by a host of magazine editors, the bo is sold at the NRA’s famous national firearms museum and used by the National Football League and National Basketball Association as reference material for their security directors and players.
The little things that we do often get us into trouble. While the laws do vary from state to state, and clearly I’m generalizing here, the primary difference between armed citizens and law enforcement is our inability to…