One of the most common questions asked about CCW in the state of Utah is where you can and cannot legally carry a concealed firearm. Since your CCW permit does not grant you permission to carry anywhere you choose, there are some key places to avoid if you have your gun on you. According to […]
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Tempers flare. There are always going to be some things in your life that make you wanna punch yourself in the thigh or kick your truck tire because they are so infuriating. More often than not that is the limit that the average person extends. However, sometimes these fits of fury suddenly and violently evolve. […]
It has been many years since an increase; in fact, I’ve not seen an increase ever in over a decade. During the past few years we’ve seen 4 separate drops in the state fees. When I applied for the Utah CFP, I paid a whopping $65.25 after paying $60 for the required class.
Across the country, the number of concealed carry permit applicants has been on the rise, however from state to state the rules to receive said permit can be quite different. For example. some states require concealed carry applicants to prove their handgun competency by firing the handgun as a prerequisite to applying.
According to a letter sent to all concealed carry instructors by the State of Utah Department of Public Safety, effective October 1st, the cost for any Utahn wishing to apply for a concealed carry firearm permit has been lowered.
Utah State Representative Lee Perry has announced that he is drafting legislation that would hopefully bring constitutional carry to the state of Utah. Meaning that it would make anyone legally able to possess a gun, able to carry one without a license.
This article is meant to take a look at Utah’s open and concealed carry laws so that you folks can get a better idea what is and is not legal in the state.
Statistics were announced for the number of Utahns who had their concealed carry permit, recently, and that number is steadily growing.
Photo courtesy of standard.net Ogden’s only open-carry restaurant, Sea Bears Ogden Fish House will no longer be able to be Ogden’s only open-carry restaurant. For more than a year now, owners, employees, and patrons of the restaurant have been allowed and encouraged to open-carry the firearm of their choice into the establishment. But with the […]
A law passed back in 2015 is now having some effect on the concealed carry reciprocity between Nevada and Utah.