Becoming a responsible citizen and firearm owner depends on clearly understanding the gun rights and state laws that apply to you. Indiana is home to 6.8 million people, and the state has distributed around 967,000 concealed carry (CC) licenses as of August 2021. This means that 14.21% of the population have their Indiana License to Carry a Handgun (LTCH), which is fee exempt as of July 1, 2020.
Understanding reciprocity – how your gun rights translate across state lines – is also essential to Indiana concealed carry. A concealed carry weapons permit (CCW) from Indiana is currently honored in 31 states, and Indiana recognizes permits or licenses from 48 others. The minimum age to CC in Indiana is 18, and the license is valid for five years.
Those interested in obtaining an Indiana concealed carry license need an education partner they can trust. Concealed Coalition has trained over a million U.S. citizens on how to carry their weapons safely and effectively. Contact us to find online or local training to get your CC license.