Here’s a cool app I found a year or so ago, was actually recommended by a fellow instructor. It’s called CCW and I think it cost like a dollar or two. I get a lot of info on state laws and it’s very helpful when traveling. It updates everytime a new law passes. I’ve attached some screenshots as a preview and to make sure you get the right one.
USCCA has an app too. And it’s free!!
Yeah, I know I have it too. It’s no where near as in depth though.
@JKetchem, I like these apps but I always worry about if they’re updated. Have you had any laws change in your area lately?
Yeah and it updated today. I’m kind of in a different predicament than most. I’m an instructor so I have to keep up with the law here more than most. So far the app has been on track, although I don’t rely on it for Tennessee, it gives me more confidence for other states.
A variety of tools is always a good thing - whether it’s a variety of handguns and holsters or apps.
Added both to my phone, should come in handy later this year for my road trip, will probably hit 6 states in a loop type trip.
There’s another app called “Posted”. It’s a crowd sourced deal that let’s others know “gun friendly” and “non-gun friendly” places. I don’t know if I could call it great. I guess if more people used it, it could be helpful.
Legal Heat has been the best app I’ve tried so far, however it’s not free.
I’ve got the Posted app also. Definitely has potential.
I agree, I try to add stuff whenever I go somewhere. I’m in a smaller area, so I feel like I’m one of about 5 people using it around here.
I live in Tennessee and right now they are trying to get a RED FLAG bill pushed through the state and I’m praying it fails again.
What part of Tennessee? Email and call your reps. Tell them how you think!
I’m just southeast of Nashville and have already sent out emails and phone calls
Ah, you’re in a light blue area. I’m in dark red East Tennessee.
We have ‘carry’ insurance through a couple of organizations, one is Firearms Legal Protection. They’ve got a very nice, very complete app if you’re a member, including state laws (which they update whenever laws change), gun vault, training logs, training drills, crowd-sourced list of anti-2a stores and restaurants, and some other useful stuff. search your app store for “My FLP” or “Firearms Legal Protection” I think. I’m running it on android.