Guns & The Law

There are some very serious legal issues that you must acquaint yourself with to fully understand your legal rights, Federal laws and those of your state as to the ownership and use of firearms. It is your responsibility to utilize these links and the information they provide to fully understand the legal issues.

 

 

Tips For Traveling With Your Firearm by Land and Air

Tips For Traveling With Your Firearm by Land and Air

Republished with permission from our friends at Concealed Nation To most avid concealed carriers, traveling with your firearm can be an annoying and troublesome task when crossing State lines. Most career carriers have the necessary permits to travel to and through most States without worry. However, for th..

Guns & The Law - Overview

Guns & The Law - Overview

As I am not a lawyer or capable of keeping current on the laws in all states, I will use links to the Bureau of ATF (Alcoholic, Tobacco and Firearms), the NRA and other sites that are very reliable and current. It is your responsibility to utilize these links and the information they provide to fully understand the leg..

Guns & The Law - Using Your Gun For Defense

Guns & The Law - Using Your Gun For Defense

Private citizens may use deadly force in certain circumstances in self-defense. The rules governing the use of deadly force for police officers are different from those for citizens. In most jurisdictions, the use of deadly force is justified only under conditions of extreme necessity as a last resort, when all less..

Guns & The Law - Traveling With Your Gun

Guns & The Law - Traveling With Your Gun

Federal law does not restrict those who can legally own a gun, from transporting legally acquired firearms across state lines for lawful purposes. No federal permit is required (or available) for the interstate transportation of firearms. But many states do, which of course differs from state to state. While Federal..

Guns & The Law - Purchasing

Guns & The Law - Purchasing

Under federal law, new firearms may only be sold by businesses which possess a Federal Firearms License (FFL), and are known as FFL Dealers. There are multiple legal ways to purchase a gun. Gun Store Although FFL dealers are licensed by the federal government, they are also subject to many local laws and regulati..