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Concealed Carry Permit in Denver, Colorado: How to Qualify for a Permit

If you are thinking of purchasing a firearm to use for protection in Denver, Colorado, it is important that you understand the Concealed Carry laws so that you will not find yourself in trouble with Police. First and foremost, you are required to apply for and recieve a permit to carry a concealed handgun. How do you get a gun permit in Colorado? You must meet the following requirements.

Denial of Concealed Carry Permit - Denver Attorney

The process to obtain a Concealed Carry Weapon Permit (or CCW) is overly complicated. If you are trying to obtain a permit, take a look at our Colorado Concealed Carry Permit page to help you get answers to your questions. If you have been denied a CCW, keep reading.

Concealed Carry Permits (CCW) in Colorado

The criteria for obtaining a Concealed Carry Permit, pursuant to C.R.S. 18-12-203, can be quite extensive. People who apply for a permit and exercise their Gun Rights have to undergo background checks and have their lives fully examined by the Sheriff's in Denver, Douglas, and El Paso County.

Concealed Carry Rights Lost with DUI or DWAI?

Concealed Carry Permits in Colorado

Colorado has a generous Concealed Carry Permit law which enables citizens to possess a firearm in a concealed manner. Yet, the law's authors insist that people with chronic mental health or substance abuse issues, like alcohol or drugs, not obtain a permit.

Colorado Supreme Court Upholds Concealed Carry Law

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The Colorado Supreme Court Upheld the Concealed Carry Law (C.R.S. 18-12-201) at CU Boulder recently. The CU Board of Regents had issued a mandate that students could not carry concealed weapons at the University of Colorado, even with a lawful concealed carry permit. Students challenged this attempt to override the Colorado legislature and were victorious. The ruling affects concealed carry laws in Denver, Jefferson, Douglas, Arapahoe, Adams, Larimer and Weld County. Larimer County houses Colorado State University and Weld County houses the University of Northern Colorado.

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