Understanding Wisconsin state law can help keep you out of trouble when it comes to where you can and cannot carry a concealed weapon, even if you have been issued a CCW permit. One of the more commonly asked questions about CCW is whether or not you are allowed to carry in a tavern, or […]
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If you are looking to apply for a CCW permit in the state of Wisconsin, there are a few ways that you can go about it. One way is to use the old-fashioned snail mail system our forefathers used many years ago. While using this method does leave one nostalgic for the simple days and […]
When two people with weapons meet each other for the first time, a reasonable amount of wariness occurs. This wariness is increased when one of those person’s job puts them on the wrong end of a muzzle on a regular basis. Law enforcement is a tough job that carries with it a significant amount of […]
According to the State of Wisconsin, concealed carry permits from Delaware, DC and Rhode Island are now honored and residents of those states may carry legally within the boundaries of Wisconsin if they already have a CCW permit from their home state. Wisconsin has also approved the use of permits from Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Florida, […]
A concealed carry permit holder kept a burglar at gun point until police could arrive on Sunday night. Anthony Folk, the owner of Frost Giant Games a table top gaming store located on S Onieda St. told Fox11 that he and two of his employees were eating at a nearby fast food restaurant when he […]
There has been an influx of companies that have appeared on the internet offering online video only concealed carry classes. In addition to our own in-person training network and online store, we also offer an online concealed carry course. If you have been researching trying to understand the implications for Wisconsin and online concealed […]
Luckily for a Milwaukee man who was simply filling his car up at a local Citgo station, his mind was focused on what was going on around him, as it may have saved his life.
A fight is coming to Madison’s State House following the Republican-controlled Wisconsin State Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee’s 3-2 vote to allow a right-to-carry or “Constitutional Carry” bill to be put to a vote in the full State Senate.