Frequently Asked Questions
There are five
IN Your Home
IN Your Auto
IN Your Business
On Land that you own
Hunting when somethings in season and you have a permit to hunt
Carrying a firearm for self defense puts us at risk from loss of life, freedom, and of course our finances. Let the USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association) help you with some of those risks.
Sure, we have safety training in our Pueblo, Colorado classroom or we can schedule a time to do it on site with you, your family or friends. Gun Safety is a primary skill and everyone should know proper gun safety.
Colorado Law says it must be issued within 90 days or show cause. Most people get them in 6-8 weeks
I work with people so that they will pass. I give you the gun training material in a logical way that anyone can understand it
Yes….you actually have an advantage over people who have handled guns all their lives. Most long time gun owners have become complacent and are not as safe as they could be. A new person usually does not have those pesky bad habits that experienced owners sometimes have.
Yes…Colorado statutes say that you may have a loaded revolver or pistol in your vehicle no permit required. You are not however allowed to have a loaded long gun (rifle or shotgun) in your vehicle. Loaded in Colorado means chambered.
Get all the Colorado regulations and your questions answered in my short class Concealed Carry Rules, Regs & Tips. 2.5 hours
Do not worry about having a gun. Some of my students want to learn more about it so that they can choose the proper gun for them and their situation. I will have guns available for class
NO. In fact, state law prohibits firearms registration by local or state government (the Federal Brady Act is another matter, though that’s not “claimed” to be registration). Colorado has no waiting period for a gun purchase at this time.
YES, as of July of 2013 all firearm sales (transfers) in Colorado must have a background check. There are some exceptions with some (not all) family members. Check with your local firearms dealer to be sure. For your own safety, you should always have a dealer do a background check on the transfer of a firearm.