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Showing posts with label concealed carry. Show all posts
Showing posts with label concealed carry. Show all posts

Monday, January 20, 2020

Bill aimed at eliminating the need to purchase a concealed carry permit is waiting on state senators


Bill aimed at changing concealed carry laws is waiting on state senators


Article Excerpt: "State Sen. Gerald Allen, R-Tuscaloosa, prefiled Senate Bill 1... If passed, the bill would effectively eliminate the need to purchase a concealed carry permit if a Alabamian wanted to conceal carry in-state. It repeals five sections of existing Alabama law..."


Reference: www.msn.com

Friday, June 10, 2016

Alabama Defends Second Amendment


Alabama Attorney General denounces CA ruling on 2nd Amendment


Article Excerpt: "...Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange denounced a federal appeals court ruling that denies residents of San Diego County, California the right of possession of a handgun for self-defense outside their home. “The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held today that residents have no Second Amendment right to carry a firearm outside their home for self-defense,” said Strange ..."


Reference: www.wtvm.com

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Best handguns under $300


Best handguns under $300


Article Excerpt: "...Affordable pistols for $300 or less. ULTRA-LITE TITANIUM MODEL 85 .38 SPL. REVOLVER Ultra-fast. Ultra-reliable. Ultra-lightweight. It's no wonder the 85s are our most popular family. We pack them with a combination of customer-requested features and pair them with the .38 Special +P ammo - making them powerful, easy to carry - and lightning-quick to use. To many of our friends in Law Enforcement, these are must-have revolvers. New for 2008, we're pushing our 85s to the next level. Check out our new light-as-a-feather HY-LITE Magnesium model ..."


Reference: www.washingtontimes.com

Sunday, May 29, 2016

New law allows retired military veterans to get a free concealed carry permit


New law allows retired military veterans to get a free concealed carry permit


Article Excerpt: "...The new law applies to any retied military personnel who are non-disability retirees. Upon proof of retirement, the law states, the permit is permanent and issued by their county sheriff, unless revoked. ..."


Reference: www.waaytv.com