As we approach the July 4th holiday I’ve been pondering the founding generation’s intention when they penned the bill of rights which protects the basic and inherent rights of Americans to speech, religion, and the bearing of arms among other things. I’ve seen considerable debate about what the founders intended when they wrote that the […]
We gathered some input from our past students and our online followers and came up with eight core and common reasons people cite for not carrying a firearm. Most of us can relate to one or more of these. While they could be considered excuses they are real for the people who feel this way.
One of the most difficult things for us to gather that also causes significant improvements is information about student experiences after they complete the course. For this reason we have designed 3 surveys, each to be completed…
With the application of Nevada’s new law, SB175, they have now began to honor the Mississippi enhanced permit. As you may recall earlier in June 2015 Nevada added reciprocity for 12 states and we predicted that a few more would slip in. Congratulations to all those who have the Mississippi permit!
An overview of the difference between states that have laws that determine if and how they must issue a concealed carry permit to applicants who meet the required criteria set by the law.
Earlier this month the Nevada Governor signed into law SB175 which, in addition to other changes, removed the requirement for a state to have “similar training requirements” in order for Nevada to honor their permit. On June 18th Nevada published an updated list of the states whose permits it honors