Can You Pass a Firearms Safety Test?

February 25, 2019 // Blog, General, NCA, Our Blog

Owning a gun is both a right and a responsibility. Knowing how to properly operate, maintain and store your gun reduces the risk of unintentional firearm deaths. Many states require that a person pass a firearms safety test and obtain a Firearm Safety Certificate before issuing a concealed carry permit or license. Would you be […]

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Concealed Carry Samaritans

February 22, 2019 // Blog, General, NCA, Our Blog

 Photo courtesy of What is a Good Samaritan?   The parable of the Good Samaritan appears in the Gospel of Luke. AZ traveler is taken by marauders, robbed, stripped, beaten and left to die along the road. A prist happens by and avoids the man. A Levite also avoids the man. A Samaritan is next to […]

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How often Do People Get Shot with Their Own Guns?

February 18, 2019 // Blog, General, NCA, Our Blog

A vast percentage of those who decide to conceal carry do so for self-protection and/or protection of their property. The anti-gun people always quote some vague statistic that amounts to the fact that more people are injured or killed by their own handguns than those who actually defend self and property against an invasion or […]

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Did NRA Pressure Affect the Fix NCIs Bill?

February 15, 2019 // Blog, General, NCA, Our Blog

Photo courtesy of Hailed as the “Fix NICs Act” public pressure may have had an effect on the National Reciprocity Act. Passed in December the aim of this law is to strengthen background checks so that dangerous indviduals will not be able to purchase guns legally. Who are deemed dangerous? Convicted criminals, those who […]

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What are Your Concealed Carrier Rights if You are Married to a Felon?

February 11, 2019 // Blog, General, NCA, Our Blog

The answer to this question is complicated. There is no one right answer as it varies from state to state. Whether you—as the spouse of a felon—have concealed carry rights depends upon the state in which you, personally, reside. Here’s an example: If you live in New Jersey, you may be denied a concealed carry […]

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When to Sell Your Concealed Carry Pistol

February 8, 2019 // Blog, General, NCA, Our Blog

When would it be advisable to sell your concealed carry weapon? The answer to this question might very well lie in why you bought that pistol in the first place. People decide the time is right to sell their weapon for a variety of reasons. Their needs or interests have changed. Perhaps you purchased your […]

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Does the Concealed Carry Gun Bill do More Harm than Laissez Faire?

February 4, 2019 // Blog, General, NCA, Our Blog

The recently passed Concealed Carry bill aims at a huge re-examination and change to the USA gun laws. The spirit of this law is to let the populace travel anywhere in America by any mode of transportation and freely carry concealed weapons.   Those for the Concealed Carry bill argue the necessity of the law […]

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When Do You Need To Let Others Know You’re Carrying a Concealed Handgun?

February 1, 2019 // Blog, General, NCA, Our Blog

As a rule, it is no one’s business that you have a concealed carry weapon. After all, isn’t that what concealed is all about? However, there are some exceptions to this rule. Let’s explore them. In no particular order, here are situations in which you must provide information about your conceal carry permit. When Seeking […]

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