Constitutional Carry

Come Out and See Us at the Milwaukee Gun Show!

If you live in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area, we have some exciting news! The Wisconsin Firearms Coalition will be coming to the Milwaukee Gun Show February 10th (Friday) and February 11th (Saturday). The show is being held at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex, which is located at 6000 West Ryan Road in Franklin, Wisconsin. This is the largest gun show in Wisconsin — put on by the Bob and Rocco

What is Constitutional Carry?

“I keep hearing about Constitutional Carry – exactly what is it, and how does it restore our Second Amendment Rights?” We get questions like that literally every day from folks, whether they just signed up for our emails, just bought their first firearm or whether they just followed us on our Facebook page. That’s why I thought I’d take a moment here to explain what Constitutional Carry is and why

Come Out and See Us at the Gun Show!

If you live in the Southern Wisconsin region, we have some exciting news! The Wisconsin Firearms Coalition will be coming to the Janesville Gun Show, January 20th (Friday) and January 21st (Saturday). The show is being held at the Rock County Fairgrounds, which is located at 1301 Craig Avenue, Janesville, WI. This is one of the largest gun shows in Southern Wisconsin and it’s always well stocked with guns, ammo,

2nd Week of Session is Over...

The second week of the 2017 Wisconsin Legislative Session is in the books. As you know, the Wisconsin Firearms Coalition’s main push this year is Constitutional Carry. We are going to need a lot of help to do that — more on that below. As a reminder, Constitutional Carry simply means that if you are legally allowed to own and purchase a firearm, you can carry that firearm, without permission

Support Constitutional Carry Law for Wisconsin!

Have any of you ever wondered why Wisconsin is always so far behind in the gun rights battle? When the rest of the nation got rid of “may issue” for concealed carry permits, Wisconsin persisted. “May Issue” means that law enforcement determined whether or not you could carry. It wasn’t until 2011 that Wisconsin finally made permits “Shall Issue,” which means unless you are a criminal, you get your permit

It's Time for Constitutional Carry

The violent criminal doesn’t think twice before tucking a loaded handgun in his pants and then hitting the streets in search of a new target . . . His next victim — an innocent, hardworking, and law-abiding citizen — knows she’s in real danger. She knows the revolver she keeps in her dresser could save her life if she could just take it with her. But she hasn’t yet filed

Announcing Wisconsin Firearms Coalition

In 2016, Constitutional Carry legislation passed into law in Missouri, West Virginia, Idaho, and Mississippi. In 2015, Maine and Kansas did the same thing — joining Alaska, Vermont, Arkansas, Wyoming, and Arizona who had already enacted this legislation. Over the past couple of years, state level gun rights organizations have seen tremendous success at advancing the Second Amendment, yet, Wisconsin remains far behind. We don’t have Constitutional Carry, which means