Before you set out the carved pumpkin on your doorstep, let’s discuss the mischief and dangers that lurk around the Halloween season.
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As the 2020 election season comes around, recent events can make it unclear what to expect when gun owners prepare to vote. Today, we will discuss state options for voting, carry options for outside poll locations, and how to handle demonstrations and large crowds. Demonstrations, Crowds, and Voting By Mail The easiest
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Colorado state law generally governs a person’s ability to lawfully defend themselves, and while Colorado’s largest city presents some minor distinctions, it is generally in keeping with state law. For many years, Denver differed from most parts of Colorado in that in that Denver prohibited the possessing or carrying firearms deemed to be
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The decision by school districts around Colorado to open up for in-person classes or, in the alternative, provide some version of virtual learning...
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Colorado law may treat self-defense cases differently based on location. Learn about Castle Doctrine and how you can better protect you and your family.
What happens when you're denied a Texas License To Carry? Read this and find out causes for denial and what to do if this happens to you...
States of emergency pose unique safety risks. Many states have special regulations and plans in place for emergency management during these disasters...
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You’ve misplaced your permit to carry and just submitted a form in the mail for a replacement card. Does this impact your ability to carry in Colorado?
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Do you know if you are legally able to carry your firearm into banks in Colorado? Read this and find out what your state laws have to say...
Do you know what action to take if your firearm is ever lost or stolen? Read this article and find out what Colorado law says.
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A person I care about may be in trouble... Can I lend them my firearm to protect themselves in case something were to happen?
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When you purchase a gun and they take your information, is this creating a gun registry? Can the sale be traced back to you? Find out now...
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