All of the recent background check news for new firearm purchases along with a fantastically large number of new gun owners flooding the market has had unforeseen consequences for those who wish to carry a firearm legally … They can’t get their permit. At least, that’s true for certain areas and if you read nothing […]
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An off duty deputy is attacked outside his vehicle while at a gas station. His wife is in the vehicle, and is able to fire shots at the suspects. The suspects do not expect to be shot at and flee, only after braking the deputies jaw during the assault.
Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster revisit a topic from WAY back in episode 3 of the Concealed Carry Podcast–we talk about how to handle yourself as a concealed carrier during traffic stops.
Today, Riley and Jacob discuss all the various reasons for obtaining a CCW permit even if you live in a state with constitutional carry. And what about those that say “concealed means concealed” and “the Second Amendment is my permit?” Should a person even bother getting a permit at all even where required by the […]
More than half of US states will accept a permit that is obtained by taking an on only concealed carry class. This article explores how that works and how your state laws may or may not apply.
Despite the fact that there are two and a half handfuls of constitutional carry states (currently 16 to be exact), 2019 saw a 1.4 million person increase in the number of concealed carry permit holders. The current total is 18.66 million. Those numbers, again, don’t include the states where a permit is not needed. It […]