Halloween is a fun time to get on your costume and spend time with your family. But while you are in your costume, www.nationalcarryacademy.com wants to remind you that you should be wary of the laws in your state while you have your concealed carry with you.
We all know that it is important to carry all the time because you can’t tell when a threat will occur.
First of all, review all the laws of your state regarding carrying when wearing a costume. For states including Georgia, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and District of Columbia, there are specific laws concerning carrying while wearing masks and disguises.
Just make yourself familiar with such laws to avoid getting yourself into trouble and to know when to counteract someone who is preventing you from carrying your firearm.
When choosing your costume for Halloween, go for the one which is loose-fitting so that your handgun will not be seen through the costume. You should also make sure that you won’t have a difficult time accessing your handgun. It should be easy to draw at all times.
Just like your every day carry, always have your handgun on your person. These simple and common-sense rules can lead to good results and will make you and your family safe.
If you are invited to a party, first check the policies of the location where the party will be held. If they will not allow you to carry, maybe it is best for you not to go at all.
Because Halloween is a common time for pranks like scaring people and running at them on the streets with axes, make sure that you judge the situation very well before discharging your firearm.