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.
Riley just returned from an epic 3000+ mile road trip to Alabama and back, Jacob was on the road traveling as well, so our thoughts were recently on interstate travel and considerations that cannot be overlooked when packing heat and crossing state lines. Today the guys break a lot of it down plus recent lessons […]
As we are all painfully aware, the 6th of January saw 2017’s first major mass shooting in the United States as 11 people were shot by former National Guardsmen Esteban Santiago-Ruiz, with five of those victims dying from the gunshots sustained.
In many instances, folks are turning to the ease of online shopping to get their ammo, while others are still going store to store and picking up the ammo they need as they need it. But which is better? Which is cheaper? Which is easier? That’s what we’re aiming to find out today.
As a new year rolls around, we get a new and much-needed update to J. Scott Kappas’ Traveler’s Guide to the Firearms Laws of the Fifty States. A book published yearly that translates any and all states gun laws from difficult to comprehend legal speak, into plain Jane English for the average gun owner. Using this tool, […]