Gun Laws By State

I. Introduction

The law is dynamic and varies from place to place and over the course of time; yet it is created and developed, within the relatively uniform, highly stable, and structured State and Federal legal systems.

How law is made (and who may make it), and particularly the enforcement and prosecution of criminal matters, must be understood by the Reader in order to reach the requisite level of competence as to lawful reciprocal carry. The GLBS Guide provides a depth of coverage on reciprocal carry and on potential criminal implications associated with ignorance on the topic.

In addition, as Your base knowledge increases, You will likely want to delve into firearms’ civil and regulatory and ordinance matters. The GLBS Guide, consistent with connecting the proverbial legal dots, provides some material in this chapter for Your future use as You advance Your study.