30 Colorado county sheriffs assembled in the presence of the Colorado Supreme Court to argue against the ban of magazines with a capacity greater than 15 rounds. The ban, which went into effect in 2013 by then Governor John Hickenlooper, is cited as the primary cause for Magpul picking up and leaving Colorado in protest. […]
A Colorado Sheriff would rather go to jail then enforce a new gun control measure that is set to go into effect next year. The Extreme Risk Protection Order, also known as the Red Flag Bill, allows family members, roommates, or law enforcement officials to petition a judge to have a person’s firearm taken away […]
Police have decided not to charge a restaurant owner in Antonito, Colorado, in the shooting death of an intruder on September first of this year. Around 5 a.m. in the morning, Felix Gallegos was alerted by the security system in his small restaurant named G6 Hamburgers Stand that an intruder had broken in. Gallegos instructed […]
Board of Education District 2 in El Paso County voted unanimously to allow trained teachers and other staff members to carry concealed on school property.
Colorado’s State Senate Veterans and Military Affairs Committee is often where many bills go to die such as last year’s attempt to bring Constitutional Carry to the Centennial State but now two pieces have been brought before the committee. One to die and one to live.
Colorado Democrats on the state House’s State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee voted 6-3 in party-line votes to “postpone indefinitely” House Bills 1036, 1037 and 1097. Such a move usually means a death sentence in Colorado’s Legislature.
This article is meant to take a look at Colorado’s open carry laws so that you folks can get a better idea what is and is not legal in the state.
Westin Sandberg says he was trying to raise awareness and exercise his right to carrying a firearm. Colorado law allows that citizens open carry a firearm without a permit in public with few exceptions.
On Tuesday March 22nd the case was heard by a three-judge panel and dismissed for several reasons, primarily, a lack of legal weight. The spokesperson for the panel, Nancy Moritz wrote that: ” The mere possibility that ‘some day’ a member…
SB 16-017 would have allowed Colorado citizens to carry a concealed handgun without being required to obtain the Colorado concealed handgun permit. A concept generally referred to as “Constitutional Carry” in the gun right community.