A new study of violent crime and concealed carry law found no correlation between the two. The study compared homicide and violent crime rates, at the state level, due to changes in concealed carry laws over a 30-year period—from 1986 to 2015. During this period, there were significant changes to the laws regulating the carry of concealed firearms. From the study:
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In the early 2000s, more states started allowing citizens to carry concealed handguns. At that time, most gun manufacturers were still focused on full-size handguns, which were not the most ideal for CCW. The guns that were available for CCW at that time were typically chambered in less powerful rounds, with a .380 being the beefiest round you could get. Kahr saw the need and developed a very innovative line of handguns. [Read more…] about Kahr: Innovative CCW Handguns
A Springville, Utah police officer saw a man rummaging through a local donation bin. After asking the man to get out, the officer was brutally attacked. Luckily, a good samaritan and CCW holder Derek Meyer was nearby and observed what was taking place. [Read more…] about CCW Holder Comes to the Rescue of a Police Officer