South Dakota Sees Record Concealed Carry Permits

Phil Jensen

ADVERTISEMENT

holsterSecretary of State Jason Gant has seen another record increase in the number of permits to carry a concealed pistol issued during the month of February.

Secretary Gant stated, “During the month of February, 5,305 Concealed Pistol Permits were issued. This is 683 more than January of 2013 and 3,534 more than February of 2012. This trend of new and renewals of Concealed Pistol Permits is breaking all previous records at an unprecedented rate.”

Concealed pistol permit registrations and renewals have continually increased over the past three years:
 

2011 2012 2013 thru 2-28

Rick Kriebel 2016

ADVERTISEMENT

15,794 18,031 9,927

January 2012 January 2013

1,785 4,622

Woodrow Wilcox

ADVERTISEMENT

February 2012 February 2013

1,771 5,305

Gant said, “An individual who wishes to carry a concealed pistol on or about his person or in a vehicle must obtain a permit to carry a concealed pistol. A person does not need a permit to own a pistol, keep it in his/her home, business, or property, or visibly carry it.”

For information on obtaining a Concealed Pistol Permit, please visit sdsos.gov.

Forgotten_Factor_Banner_Ad_653x197

ADVERTISEMENT


This article is printed with the permission of the author(s). Opinions expressed herein are the sole responsibility of the article’s author(s), or of the person(s) or organization(s) quoted therein, and do not necessarily represent those of American Clarion or Dakota Voice LLC.

Comment Rules: Please confine comments to salient ones that add to the topic; Profanity is not allowed and will be deleted; Spam, copied statements and other material not comprised of the reader’s own opinion will be deleted.


Similar Posts:

Newswire articles originate from a variety of sources including wire services, press releases and more. Newswire pieces are written by a representative of the person or organization that is the subject or source of the article and are presented as informational statements about the subject discussed.
Newswire
View all articles by Newswire
Print Friendly

Comments are closed.