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Concealed Carry Reciprocity
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Learn more about each states' concealed carry permit laws, and how to get your own concealed carry permit.
March 14, 2012
Senators Joe Manchi (D-West Virginia) and Mark Begich (D-Alaska) introduced SB 2188, which is the companion bill to HR822. HR822 passed the U.S. House last year in November with a vote of 272-154. The bill would allow your concealed weapons permit to have reciprocity with every other state that allows concealed carry. You would still [...]
March 8, 2012
Last week just a few miles from my home in Utah an intruder broke into a home and after grabbing a snack and changing clothes went upstairs where the homeowners (husband and wife) were and demanded under the threat of a gun to get keys to the car to take him to an ATM for [...]
March 5, 2012
As you’ve probably noticed (if you’ve been around for a bit or have been reading our blog) we’ve made a lot of changes to the site. You Can Carry started off as a hobby while I began my journey into the concealed carry world, but because of the tremendous strength in the community it has [...]
February 24, 2012
There’s been quite a bit of talk about how more people are buying guns over the last few years. Seems like every year sales are up over the previous year now. And that’s not just the men. A Gallup poll from late last year showed that 23% of women own a gun. And it’s not [...]
February 20, 2012
A couple of months ago I decided I wanted to get an Arizona permit mainly because New Mexico and (more importantly for me) Nevada had recently withdrawn reciprocity support from Utah. I frequent Las Vegas on a semi-regular basis and prefer to be armed while there, but with the changes I couldn’t legally protect myself [...]