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?”
When someone thinks of firearm/gun training, they think of training that is meant for police officers and military personnel. People should learn to understand the reason why people in these professions train in multiple discips including firearm training.
This video recording of my interview with John is focused on telling the story of L.A.S.R. and getting to understand the upcoming and burgeoning industry of laser simulated training within the Firearm Training industry.
In the 2015 legislative session in Minnesota a law passed that changed the requirement for permit reciprocity from the phrase “Substantially similar” to “similar.” Due to this change the Department of Public Safety has re-evaluated the state permits it will honor and has made some significant changes.
In speaking with concealed carriers, I realized that two groups fundamentally disagree with one another on carrying a concealed handgun with a round in the chamber. This is not an article intended to bash those who do not carry their firearms with a round in the chamber
On August 5th 2015 the Attorney General of West Virginia, Patrick Morrisey, announced that it has formally entered into a reciprocity agreement with the State of Nevada
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