Staying Safe in a Crazy World: Is Obtaining a CFP Right for You?

Staying Safe in a Crazy World: Is Obtaining a CFP Right for You?

Gun Rights

LARAMIE — The Second Amendment of our U.S. Constitution protects “the right of the people to keep and bear arms.” In recent times, in spite of the relatively clear language used to define the true meaning of the few words used, what it means to bear arms has become the subject of debate. The fact that bearing arms involves the public carrying of arms to some extent is clear enough, but to whom the right extends, where it extends, and in what manner remains unsettled due to differing state and federal recognition of the Second Amendment. What manner of carrying a weapon the Second Amendment protects—specifically, whether the concealed carrying of arms is protected, is also considered a matter of interpretation for some citizens. The Supreme Court, American history and tradition, and the most influential lower court decisions indicate that it is. Steve Allred is a Certified Concealed Firearm Permit Instructor from Laramie. He has certification from not only the State of Wyoming, but from Utah, Montana, and a few other states. He is certified to teach concealed carry and firearms safety which is required in order to obtain a Concealed Firearms Permit in most states, including Wyoming. He is also qualified to advise on the laws, and how to avoid placing yourself in a dangerous, if not an illegal, situation that could have easily been avoided. “I had the opportunity to start instructing when I was in the Marine Corps in 2008 and was certified in the Corps. […]

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