Providence, Rhode Island — The governor of Rhode Island signed a bill into law on Tuesday morning effectively banning “untraceable ghost guns” in her state as anti-gun organizations cheered. Governor Raimondo is quoted to say: Today marks a meaningful step forward in our fight to end gun violence in Rhode Island. We know that untraceable […]
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Today Riley and Matthew cover the latest stories from around the USA in the firearms and concealed carry communities. Today is our Legislative Updates Edition and we’re talking about some important stories from around the nation.
Today Riley and Matthew cover the latest in industry news, legislative updates, and this week’s top JUSTIFIED SAVE stories from around America. Plus you won’t want to miss this week’s Case of the Week from attorney Andrew Branca of Law of Self-Defense where we get some clarification on when the commission of a crime will or […]
This past Mother’s Day, religious organizations across Rhode Island to a very literal interpretation of the phrase “swords into plows.” All across the Ocean State spiritual leaders blessed decommissioned firearms that would soon be melted down and transformed into garden tools. “This is about controlling and regulating guns and abolishing the sale of weapons of […]
Now, Nevada has ceased to honor the Rhode Island permit but has added reciprocity for the Virginia permit. The Virginia permit is also a very popular non-resident permit since it can be obtained with an on concealed carry course only.
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.