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.
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Well, it finally happened. An obscure “loophole” that the firearm industry has been using for over a decade has been discovered by anti-gunners and is being closed effective January 1st, 2021. This is going to take a bit of work to fully explain so be patient with me and read this post in its entirety. […]
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 […]
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 […]