Open Carry in Michigan
Have you considered Open Carry as a method of self defense?
Did you know that Michigan is an Open Carry State? If you are 18 years of age or older, and have a firearm that is legally registered to you, you can carry that firearm without the needfor a Michigan Concealed Carry Permit.
No special classes - no need to be 21 or older - no fees paid to the county clerk or State of Michigan - no licenses with expiration dates.
Maybe YOU ALREADY open carry, but wish to have clarification of some of the possible restrictions that come with open carrying, especially when doing so without a Michigan Concealed Pistol License.
Why not join us for our newest 2-Hour $10 Seminar we explain open carry and how you can do so here in the state of Michigan!
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
During the course of this seminar, we will cover:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
- What does Open Carry mean
- Prohibited areas for Open Carry
- Transporting a firearm for Open Carry
- Use of Deadly Force
- Dealing with Police & 9-1-1
- Criminal & Civil Liability
- Situation Management
- Safety Suggestions
- Open Carry vs. Concealed Carry
- Open Question & Answer Session
In addition to learning the rules and regulations that go with carrying a firearm Open Carry, you will also learn ways to protect yourself in the event you are accused of brandishing or are forced to use your firearm to defend yourself.
YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER BY CALLING at 586-598-5300
or clicking below.
Seating is limited in order to provide an intimate setting so your questions can be asked and answered.