Here’s a quick rundown on the spec’s of some of the most popular concealed carry handguns on the market today. Ruger LC9s SPECIFICATIONS: Action Striker fired semi-automatic Barrel Length 3.12 inches Caliber 9mm Luger Overall Height 4.5 inches Overall Length 6 inches Overall Width 0.9-inch Weight Unloaded […]
Late last week a Jacksonville jewelry store was targeted by two criminals. According to police, the owner was preparing to close his business for the day when two masked individuals approached him at the rear of the establishment. A fight then ensued and the store owner was shot. After being shot, he was able to […]
Threat or Perceived Threat: What is the Difference? Absolutely nothing. Another police shooting is making it’s rounds around the internet, culling battle cries from both camps. On one side, we have groups calling police officers racist, power hungry vigilantes that deserve to die. On the other, we have groups defending the police officer’s actions as […]
13A1190. Public and private employers are allowed to restrict possession of firearms from their employees, even those who are carry permit holders, while they are inside the employer’s property. However, transporting and storing of a firearm or ammunition in a vehicle which is parked on the employer’s property should not be prohibited, as long as […]
Carriers are not obliged to inform police officer on contact immediately when they are carrying. The Alabama law does not clearly state that carriers must present their carry permits when asked by a law enforcement officer, but the law said that the permit must be brought whenever a person carries a firearm either in his […]
“No Gun” signs in the state of Alabama have the force of the law. An owner should be legally allowed to post “No Firearm” signs on his property. If not, people may file complaints and the owner may be charged with a class C misdemeanor. As per recommendation of the nationalcarryacademy.com, when you come across […]
13A1161.2. The following areas do not allow carrying of firearms, even with a valid license to carry: ● Sheriff, police and highway patrol offices ● Correctional facilities, juvenile detention, halfway house, prison or jail ● Facilities used in caring for patients with psychiatric or mental illnesses ● Courthouses, office of the District Attorney, and buildings […]
Military members who are stationed in Alabama and their spouses may apply for nonresident permits as long as they have their driver’s license from the state of their residence. To know more about this, check with the sheriff of your county.
The one responsible in the issuance of a carry permit is the local sheriff. To learn more detail about the application, contact the sheriff of the county you are residing in. Validity of permits is up to 5 years. The minimum age to apply for a license is 18 years old. Training is not required […]
Section 13A1173. License to Carry Pistol in Vehicle or Concealed on person – Required. Under this section, no person is allowed to carry a firearm in his possession or in a vehicle if he has no valid license to carry.