Despite promises from Gov. Tomblin to repeat his veto from last year on similar legislation, a bill to bring permitless concealed carry to West Virginia passed by huge margins Monday.
About 10 minutes after police received a 911 call about the attempted robbery, they received a second emergency call about a man who had been shot.
A group of students seeking the right to have their concealed handgun permits honored on Florida’s public university campuses is taking on lawmakers opposed to the measure.
A package of four bills was introduced to the state legislature that would allow for concealed carry without a permit.
A measure directing the state Attorney General to enter into concealed carry permit recognition agreements with any state that offered them flew through the Senate on Thursday.
Measures to that could bring campus carry, open carry, and improvements to the state’s laws on mandatory minimums and personal shooting ranges found approval.
Here are two important, though easily missed stories that occurred last year involving American law enforcement and their handguns.
The sweeping proposed changes include a nearly one month potential waiting period, universal background checks on transfers, proof of training and mandatory gun lock use.
The suspect put a knife to the woman’s throat and forced her into her car before she grabbed her gun and shot him.
Spend more time training and less time debating which pistol caliber is better. Really—this debate makes no sense in the bigger picture of self defense.