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Concealed carry of constitiutional carry?

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Live radio conversation on Sunday from 4PM - 6PM

Ron will be discussing concealed carry issues LIVE on radio WCPT at 99.9 FM and 820 AM on Sunday, Jan 19th, 2014 from 4PM - 6PM. Listen to what he has to say!!!
 

Fingerprinting Services

Advanced armored is now ready to do the fingerprinting for those who need to submit them with their applications for the Illinois CCW. We will begin taking appointments this week- call 219-940-9059 for more information.
Are you ready to get your CCW?

Certified Firearm Instructors

September 7, 2013!!! Save the date!
The Illinois State Police posted to their website they will release the names of those approved to do the Firearm training for the Illinois Concealed Carry cards. We at Advanced Armored are hoping they will transfer those who are already credentialed as Certified Firearm Instructors for the State of Illinois under the Dept. of Professional Regulation, but are waiting to see. Until that time, please hold on before taking courses that may not be approved by the Illinois State Police.

Illinois is now on board with Concealed Carry!

We are ready. Are you? Make sure you are when Illinois starts issuing the CCW permits next year.

Concealed carry of constitiutional carry?

Concealed carry of constitutional carry? Which will it be? Which should it be?
Speak out in the Land of Lincoln! I left Illinois for the gun friendly confines of Indiana a long time ago. I served time in the Marine Corps defending our country, and want to be able to do so for myself and family without going to jail. What are your thoughts?

The 23 executive orders

the 23 Executive orders.
 
Gun Violence Reduction Executive Actions
Today, the President is announcing that he and the Administration will:
1. Issue a Presidential Memorandum to require federal agencies to make relevant data available to the federal background check system.
2. Address unnecessary legal barriers, particularly relating to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, that may prevent states from making information available to the background check system.
3. Improve incentives for states to share information with the background check system.