Oregon Concealed Carry Class Springfield 2018-02-25T20:28:37+00:00
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Oregon Concealed Carry Class in Springfield

If you are looking for a concealed handgun licensing classes in the Springfield area? Before you make a selection check out what the Felton Academy is offering. True, there are quite a few sites offering online concealed gun licensing couses in Springfield, Oregon, with that said the Felton Training Group has proven to be the the best choice for your Oregon concealed handgun licensing classes in the Springfield area. There are quite a few reasons for this. For starters, all Felton Training Group instructors are members and certified by the National Rifle Association (NRA). Only a hand full get to be NRA certified instructors! The great majority of webistes offering online concealed gun licensing classes in Oregon, are web design agencies and the quality of their sites often reflects that! Owning a firearm is a big liability and a five savings is not worth the hassle. At the Felton Training Group we have invested a lot of time and effort in making sure your testing material and courses provide a good learning experience. That is why we are the only ones the offer you a money back guarantee!

Getting Your Oregon Concealed Carry Licensing in Springfield

With the Felton Academy getting your Oregon concealed carry license is easy. In a little more than a hour from right now you will have the certificate necessary|required} to get your Oregon concealed carry permit. Our online courses meet all the training requirements to apply for your Oregon concealed carry license. With the Felton Academy system you can take your courses all at once, or piece by piece as your schedule permits. When you’re finished, just take your application, check, and training course certificate to your local sheriff’s office in Springfield, Oregon. At the Felton Academy we have thousands of satisfied students and we know you’ll be satisfied, for this reason we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are not ready to take the course, we urge you check out to our blog!

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Concealed Carry and Holiday Traveling

Things to remember this holiday season

Going on an airplane?

Transporting a firearm while flying can be a tricky and sometimes confusing process. The first thing to remember is to always check with the airline first. Most airlines will allow you to transport a firearm if you make sure the firearm is unloaded, locked, and inside of a hard case. Then you will need to check it in separately with the airline and put it in your checked bag prior to flying. They will often ask you to sign a paper ensuring and guaranteeing in writing that the firearm is unloaded. However, not all airlines are identical so we always recommend calling the airline first to ask what their policy is on “transporting a firearm”.

While airline policy is important, checking state laws is just as important, if not more so! Some states have laws which even contradict with airline policies. For example, New York and New Jersey both have laws that make it extremely difficult if not impossible for people to transport a firearm in an airport. There are many cases of residents from other states getting arrested on felony charges of bringing a loaded firearm into a New York airport or a misdemeanor charge of bringing an unloaded firearm into a New York airport.

Again, when traveling by airplane, remember to check firearm policies of TSA, your airline, as well as the laws of both the state and local municipalities from which you depart and as to which you land as well.

Traveling by car?

Maybe you are planning a road trip or simply going to visit family in another city or state this holiday season. You should try to understand and check reciprocity laws prior to traveling while carrying a firearm. Reciprocity refers to an agreement between two states, where they agree in writing to honor the other state’s permit to carry. I always recommend checking to make sure your concealed carry permit is valid in the state you are visiting (and don’t forget to check state’s you might be passing through on the way as well). Typically, this information can be found through each state’s official website on concealed carry.

The next thing to research prior to travel is firearm laws for the state you are going to be traveling to (and through as well). Now, firearm laws are often abundant so the big ones we recommend especially focusing on are as follows:

  • Is open carry allowed without a permit or with a reciprocal permit?
  • Do they honor your state’s concealed carry permit?
  • What places is concealed carry prohibited by state or local law?
  • Laws on transporting a firearm in your vehicle
  • Do “no firearm allowed” signs on private businesses hold force of law?
  • The state’s law on traffic stops and disclosing that you are carrying a firearm

Remember to follow these tips when traveling and carrying your firearm and you are sure to have a safe and hassle free holiday season!

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