The National Rifle Association is starting to lose patience with the state Justice Department over its concealed carry rules.
The agency is drafting rules to enact Wisconsin’s new law that allows people to carry concealed weapons. Chris W. Cox, executive director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, says his organization believes the agency will require training courses to be at least four hours long and include hands-on training. He also says the NRA believes DOJ is crafting its own requirements for proof-of-training documents.
He says the law allows instructors to set training parameters. He also says the statutes don’t permit DOJ to dictate to non-DOJ certified instructors what form proof-of-training documents must take.
Source: The Associated Press via News8000.
The National Rifle Association is starting to lose patience with the state Justice Department over…
by Tactical-Life.com / Oct 6, 2011