When you apply for your Illinois Concealed Carry License, there is a 30 day limbo period. This Limbo period is for concealed carry objections by law enforcement after review your application and check your arrest record. If law enforcement does not object, you proceed along to the regular and formal back ground check. However there is some criteria where concealed carry objections by law enforcement may occur. All hope is not lost if you do experience an objection to your Illinois Concealed Carry application. Continue reading Concealed Carry Objections by Law Enforcement
United States Firearm Laws, by State
When transporting or carrying a concealed firearm, one must always know the laws of the state in which they are traveling to and through. Laws regarding firearms ownership, use, and sales vary from state to state.
It is important to also be aware that the firearm laws change from time to time. To browse helpful information on regulations and laws in your state, please select from the links below: Continue reading United States Firearm Laws, by State