A media guide to concealed, open, constitutional and other types of carry

Dear media friends, There seems to be a lot of confusion lately about the various types of firearms carry. I hope this clarifies the issue for you: Concealed Carry – the carrying of a handgun concealed, usually by the owner’s clothing. This usually requires a license of permit from a state government. To be

Open carry is not the same as constitutional carry, USA Today

Every single time the legacy media writes about guns, gun rights or any Second Amendment topic they screw it up – every single time … I have holsters older than must of today’s reporters, so my expectations are already pretty low. For example, I don’t expect to see a column touting the pros and

BREAKING: DeSantis predicts Florida will pass constitutional carry

At a press conference Friday morning in Williston, Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis predicted the legislature will pass constitutional carry, but he didn’t say when. “Well, the one thing I wanted the Legislature to do, and I think we will do it – I can't tell you exactly when – but I'm pretty confident I

By |2022-04-29T16:51:24+00:00April 29th, 2022|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |

I woke up in a constitutional carry state today

Today is a great day. I woke up in a constitutional carry state this morning, and it felt good! Now, for the record, I've woken up in a lot of constitutional carry states in the past, the latest being my favorite place on earth, Arizona, just a few weeks ago. In fact, I've woken

By |2022-04-13T13:55:30+00:00April 13th, 2022|Categories: Opinion|Tags: , , , , |

Florida’s path to constitutional carry – what has to happen now

Late last month, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a formal proclamation calling the legislature back to Tallahassee for a special session. As of today, constitutional carry is not scheduled to be heard. Florida law is very specific about what can and cannot be considered during a special session. It’s not a free-for-all where a

By |2022-04-10T16:56:22+00:00April 10th, 2022|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |

Constitutional carry could have saved Cassie Carli

Cassie Carli was last seen March 27 in the parking lot of a restaurant in Navarre, Florida meeting with Marcus Spanevelo, her boyfriend and the father of her 4-year-old daughter. Carli’s body was found Saturday in a barn in Alabama, buried in a shallow grave. Investigators arrested Spanevelo Saturday during a traffic stop in

By |2022-04-07T15:15:31+00:00April 7th, 2022|Categories: Opinion|Tags: , , , , , |

BREAKING NOW: GA constitutional carry bill sent to Kemp’s desk for signature

Moments ago, The GA State Senate passed a motion to agree to the House Substitute to SB 319 with a vote of 34 to 22. SB 319, otherwise known as the Georgia Constitutional Carry Act of 2021 now moves to the governor for signature. Governor Brian Kemp tweeted the following statement: https://twitter.com/GovKemp/status/1509922215260741633?s=20&t=Cpgq5XPCWTRXqcrfHPBehQ With his

BREAKING: Florida Gov. DeSantis has called a special session to include Constitutional Carry

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Tuesday he has called a special legislative session to be held next month, during which lawmakers could bring up other legislative issues, including constitutional carry. “I would love to have property insurance, I would love to have data privacy, I would love to have

By |2022-03-29T18:06:42+00:00March 29th, 2022|Categories: Opinion|Tags: , , , |

Ohio becomes 23rd Constitutional Carry state

Congratulations to the great State of Ohio – the 23nd state to adopt Constitutional Carry. This is exactly what the Framers had in mind when they wrote the Second Amendment. Gov. Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill 215 into law yesterday. The bill was sponsored by state Senator Terry Johnson (R-14).

By |2022-03-30T20:55:48+00:00March 15th, 2022|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |

BREAKING: Florida legislative session ends without passing constitutional carry

Once again, Florida’s legislative session has ended. Once again, lawmakers failed to pass constitutional carry — the only bill that really mattered to the state’s gun owners. Florida could have been the 23rd state to pass constitutional carry. Instead, we must wait yet another year. I’ve always preferred fixing the problem rather than fixing

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