The importance of the federal Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) was evident again in the Texas Supreme Court decision released this past Friday. Some surviving victims of the 2017 Sutherland Springs mass shooting and their families brought suit against Academy Sports and Outdoors. The plaintiffs argued that Academy Sports and Outdoors acted […]
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Today July 1, 2021, a change to Wyoming’s constitutional carry law goes into effect. Before today, carrying a firearm without a permit in Wyoming was only afforded to residents of the state. However, Wyoming House Bill 116 provides that non-residents in Wyoming may also carry a firearm without first obtaining a permit. When lawmakers debated […]
As of June 24th, 2021, the State of Washington will no longer honor concealed carry permits from Oklahoma. I was unable to find the reason for the change. However, changes are quite often due to the requirements in one state not meeting the desired requirements of another. Washington State’s official concealed carry reciprocity website reflects […]
Earlier in the month, we reported that Nevada had dropped concealed carry reciprocity with a handful of states. These changes were to take place on July first. We are happy to update that post and have confirmed that South Dakota’s reciprocity with Nevada is back. The same thing occurred with Ohio’s reciprocity agreement with Nevada. […]
On June 3rd, we published a post with news that Constitutional Carry Bill SB 118 passed the Louisiana Legislature. At the time, most anticipated that Governor John Bel Edwards would veto the bill. So here is that post with explanation of SB 118. It appears as those predictions were accurate. Gov. Edwards waited until the […]
Back on June 17th, 2021, we notified you that Nevada dropped concealed carry permit reciprocity agreement with Ohio. We’re happy to update that story with some new information. When Ohio dropped off Nevada’s reciprocity list, Buckeye Firearms Association (BFA) began addressing the issue. In a BFA post on June 25th, 2021, they indicated that they […]