Matthew and Jacob go into a deeper than normal analysis on an incident (DGU) from Fairbanks Alaska that has a lot of lessons to offer.
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Riley and Jacob cover this week’s stories from legislative updates to our usual JUSTIFIED story segments. This week in the news, Oregon has just passed a ridiculous law that you’re not going to want to miss out on learning about because trust me, this one amounts to gun confiscation…and it’s coming your way! Also good […]
Riley and Jacob cover the latest stories in the concealed carry and firearms industry world including some important updates out of Nevada and Oregon as far as reciprocity is concerned, Illinois is cracking down on violent offenders, one man credits his training with being able to stop a violent bear attack. Meanwhile military snipers are […]
The Alaska statues seem to clearly state that they will honor any concealed carry permit issued to anyone 21 yrs of age or older. All that said, according to a few industry websites; and importantly according to
What might come our way in 2016? We thought we would do a “year in review” to lo back at 2015 as challenges and accomplishments for this last year might be an indication of where we’re headed.
On June 5th, 2015 Legislative Document 868 was signed into law by Governor Paul LePage of Maine. Described as “An Act To Remove Limitations on Reciprocity for Concealed Handguns Permits” the change removes the power from the state police to enter into reciprocity agreements and instead forces Maine to recognize any resident permit from any […]