PA Attorney General Reviews Reciprocity Agreements and Nixes Virginia

On Monday, PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro held a press conference wherein he "announced his office ha[d] completed an exhaustive review of concealed carry reciprocity agreements with all 49 other states, as required under Pennsylvania law." Notably, the Attorney General's website has been updated with a handy chart. The announcement specified that Pennsylvania now recognizes … Continue reading PA Attorney General Reviews Reciprocity Agreements and Nixes Virginia

Devastating En Banc Decision Regarding Act 235 Security Guards

Yesterday, in a devastating en banc opinion by the Pennsylvania Superior Court in Commonwealth v. Anderson, it ruled that an individual who is Act 235 certified is not entitled to carry a firearm to and from work, absent a license to carry firearms, regardless of the language in Act 235 that requires a private security … Continue reading Devastating En Banc Decision Regarding Act 235 Security Guards

Delaware Backpedals on Concealed Carry Changes

The Delaware Attorney General's Office has changed the information which appears on its website in relation to the reciprocity agreements of concealed carry permits with other states. Earlier this week I wrote that Delaware had changed its reciprocity agreements. At the time, the verbiage on the website was very clear (that being all non-resident permits from the … Continue reading Delaware Backpedals on Concealed Carry Changes

Delaware Changes Concealed Weapons Agreements (Not for the Better)

UPDATE (2/17/17 8:42 AM): New Blog with current information related to the change in position from the Attorney General's Office can be found here. UPDATE (2/15/17 8:40 PM): After publication of the below article, it appears the language on the Delaware Attorney General's page was changed to remove the information indicating that Delaware would no longer recognize … Continue reading Delaware Changes Concealed Weapons Agreements (Not for the Better)

Virginia Reciprocity with Pennsylvania to End on February 1, 2016

As reported by the Washington Post, Virginia Attorney General Mark R. Herring (D), unilaterally, plans to announce Tuesday that Virginia will no longer recognize concealed carry handgun permits from 25 states that have reciprocity agreements with Virginia as of February 1, 2016. Of the 25 state, Pennsylvania is listed as one of them. As a … Continue reading Virginia Reciprocity with Pennsylvania to End on February 1, 2016