A Colorado law created in response to a June 2020 murder went into effect yesterday. The Isabella Joy Thallas Act makes it a crime if someone fails to report any loss or theft of a firearm to the police within five days. How will this law affect Colorado gun owners? And what can gun owners […]
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What do you do if you are about to enter a business and notice a sign that says something to the effect, “Guns Not Welcome Here?” Is your CCW no longer valid in that location? Can your Colorado Concealed Carry Permit be taken away if you don’t happen to see the sign? Does that sign […]
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. […]
The Red Flag Bill, or, House Bill 19-1177 Extreme Risk Protection Order, was signed into law on April 12th by Colorado Governor Jared Polis. While the bill will not got into effect until January 1st, 2020, opponents of the measure have made their displeasure known in the form of lawsuits. Gun rights activist group, Rocky […]
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 […]
A plan to “Certify” gun owners in Boulder, CO turned out to be a whopping failure when only 342 of the estimated thousands of assault rifles were turned in by the December 31st, 2018 deadline. According to Ordinance 8245, “City of Boulder residents who, prior to June 15, 2018, were legally in possession of an […]
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.