New Wisc. Concealed Carry Law Permits Online Safety Training

By:  Joe Wolverton, II
07/12/2011
       
New Wisc. Concealed Carry Law Permits Online Safety Training

A new law in Wisconsin may allow applicants for a concealed carry permit to take safety classes online.

The concealed carry bill was signed into law by Governor Scott Walker on Friday and due to a bit of legislative vagary, it may be possible for those seeking a permit to satisfy the safety course by enrolling in an online class. A provision in the new law mandates a firearms safety course be taken by all those seeking a permit allowing them to carry a concealed weapon. The law makes no mention of whether an online class would satisfy the coursework requirement.
 
There are other a number of such web-based instructional videos that comply with the education requirements of other states with similarly vague statutes.

A new law in Wisconsin may allow applicants for a concealed carry permit to take safety classes online.

The concealed carry bill was signed into law by Governor Scott Walker on Friday and due to a bit of legislative vagary, it may be possible for those seeking a permit to satisfy the safety course by enrolling in an online class. A provision in the new law mandates a firearms safety course be taken by all those seeking a permit allowing them to carry a concealed weapon. The law makes no mention of whether an online class would satisfy the coursework requirement.
 
There are other a number of such web-based instructional videos that comply with the education requirements of other states with similarly vague statutes.

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