carry permit

car′ry per`mit


n.
a license to carry a handgun on one's person.
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Critics have said such a law would allow a person denied a concealed carry permit in one state to get one from another state that would have to be honored.
A public outcry in Illinois in 2013 caused state policy-makers to kill a proposal that would have required medical marijuana users to give up their firearms, and the Oregon Supreme Court in 2011 upheld the right of a medical cannabis user to obtain a concealed carry permit under state law.
I have been a concealed carry permit holder for a while now after being robbed at gunpoint in 2014, and I take gun safety very seriously.
A license to carry permit is valid in Texas for five years.
I started carrying a revolver in 1972, when I got my carry permit in NYC.
YOU HAVE YOUR CONCEALED carry permit, bought a pistol, and decided which tactical loads work best.
While Texans were previously allowed to open carry rifles, they were not permitted to open carry handguns, which the new law has remedied, but with a caveat: In order to open carry in Texas you have to have your concealed carry permit.
Whitley of the Institute for Defense Analyses published Concealed Carry Permit Holders Across the United States, a paper reporting on the impact of the increased number of issued carry permits.
One of the most valuable recommendations for prospective gun owners in Conceal Carry; Pause is the need to have a lawyer who can be reached in an emergency, as well as a concealed carry permit.
The school board approved Hahn's weapon, so long as he keeps his concealed carry permit up to date and undergoes training.
First, there are "shall-issue" states, in which authorities have limited discretion to reject an individual for a concealed carry permit based on the criteria provided in the application.