KY Permitless Carry a possibility? HB 531!

From the NRA: Today, House Bill 531 was introduced by state Representatives Hubert Collins (D-97) and Jody Richards (D-20).  HB 531 would allow a law-abiding individual, to lawfully carry a concealed handgun for self-defense without needing to first obtain a government-issued license.  This legislation has been referred to the House Judiciary Committee for consideration, and your …

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Street Robberies and You, a classic from ARFCOM

Valuable insight from a long time LEO, posted in 2012 on AR15.com: The Enemy Some may object to me calling hold up men "the enemy". You can call them whatever you like. I can assure you however they are as deadly an enemy as you will find anywhere but the battlefield. Even many soldiers probably …

Kentucky CCDW changes since 2004

Someone on Reddit linked to this article from back in Nov 2014, but it's worth sharing.  Since 2004 there have been a number of changes to the Kentucky CCDW law: • Active and honorably discharged military personnel who apply for licenses are no longer required to undergo training on state laws related to legal liability and the use …