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PSA: New Kentucky Residents Can Apply for Concealed Carry Permit After One Day

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After yesterday’s unfortunate news of Danville Parks and Recreation’s banning of concealed carry firearms, this was a good time to hear some positive news regarding state gun law. Luckily, that is just what Kentucky received.

New state regulations have stated that any new resident to the state can apply for a concealed carry permit after one day of residency. This takes the place of the law that was in place that stated someone must be a resident for six months before attempting to receive a permit.

The new qualification for residency is already in place, so anybody that wishes to move into the state can take advantage of the new statute, immediately.

Any interested parties can take a look at our list of classes, as any and all apply to these changes.

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