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Oregon gun laws

Map Permits Laws Facts OREGON GUN LAWS The Full Guide Need some info on Oregon gun laws? Well you will find the answer on this page. Everything is here, laws, license applications, reciprocity… Need some info on Oregon gun laws? Oregon gun laws operate on a “Shall Issue” policy handgun license applications being processed at… Continue reading Oregon gun laws


GUN LAWS BY STATE THE COMPLETE GUIDE This guide has everything you need to know about U.S. gun laws by state. So if you need some information about a state’s gun laws you’re in the right place.Keep Reading… State List 0 STATE WITH DEADLY FORCE LAWS 0 STATES THAT BAN OPEN CARRY 0 STATES WITH… Continue reading Gun-Laws-State


WYOMING GUN LAWS QUICK FACTS Carry In Vehicle Must Notify Officer Carry In State Parks Allowed No Weapons Signs Enforced Open Carry Permitted Carry In Liquor Establishments Constitutional Carry SEE DETAILS No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes See Details Permit Information Wyoming gun laws operate on an “Unrestricted” and “Shall Issue” policy, the later being… Continue reading WYOMING GUN LAWS

Utah Gun Laws

Map Permits Laws Facts UTAH GUN LAWS The Complete Guide Utah gun laws are regarded as permissive however a permit is still required to carry a concealed firearm. Permits are issued to residents and non-residents who are 21 or older, have completed a firearms training course and meet other criteria. There is a provisional permit available… Continue reading Utah Gun Laws

New Mexico Gun Laws

New Mexico Gun Laws Complete guide to gun laws in New Mexico New Mexico is a “Shall Issue” state with concealed carry licenses issued to residents only. The gun laws compared to other states ar fairly liberal and allow a person from another state to transfer their handgun license into a New Mexico license if… Continue reading New Mexico Gun Laws

Hawaii Gun Laws

[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text] Hawaii Gun Laws Gun laws in Hawaii operate on a county level with Hawaii using a “May Issue” policy towards issuing concealed carry permits. However, permits have only been issued to the public on only a few rare occasions. Mandatory county reporting was started in 2000 and since that date only four permits have been… Continue reading Hawaii Gun Laws

Colorado Gun Laws

Colorado Gun Laws Colorado gun laws operate on a “Shall Issue” policy at the county level. Permits are not usually issued to non-residents however they may obtain a permit if they can demonstrate good cause such as owning a property in Colorado, frequent travel etc. All resident permits are issued by the local county sheriff… Continue reading Colorado Gun Laws

California Gun Laws

California Gun Laws California gun laws that have been enacted are considered restrictive compared to other US state laws. As a “May Issue” state the issuance of a permit is left entirely up to the discretion of the local sheriff. This can range from no issue in mostly urban counties to “shall Issue” in rural counties. Restrictions can… Continue reading California Gun Laws

Arizona Gun Laws

Map Permits Laws Facts Arizona Gun Laws Arizona gun laws operate at the state level and are very permissive. They allow any person who is at least 18 years old to open carry, and 21 years old or over to conceal carry a firearm without a permit. Arizona was the second state after Alaska to… Continue reading Arizona Gun Laws


IDAHO GUN LAWS Idaho Weapons License Idaho CCW Weapons License Requirements Idaho CCW Weapons License Application Idaho CCW Weapons License Renewal Idaho CCW Weapons License Fee’s Idaho CCW Weapons License Requirements REQUIREMENTS Must be at lease 21 years of age. Are a US citizen. Demonstrate familiarity with the firearm through a course. Resident of Idaho… Continue reading IDAHO GUN LAWS