Getting to know the gun laws in your state is a critical part of exercising your Second Amendment rights when taking your firearm away from your property. It’s also important to learn your rights if you bring your gun to another state.
Roughly 10 million people live in Michigan and 756,000 residents, or 7.6%, have a Michigan Concealed Pistol License (CPL). These licenses are required to carry a concealed weapon in Michigan, although the state also recognizes concealed carry permits from every other state. The minimum age for a CPL in Michigan is 21.
You must complete state-approved firearm training before applying for your CPL. Concealed Coalition can provide the instruction you need for this requirement. Contact our team today to learn more about the Michigan concealed carry education we provide.