Earlier in the month, we reported that Nevada had dropped concealed carry reciprocity with a handful of states. One of the states dropped was South Dakota. These changes were to take place on July first. We are happy to update that post and have confirmed that South Dakota’s reciprocity with Nevada is back. Nevada will […]
UPDATE July 1, 2021: Nevada has reversed its original decision to end reciprocity with South Dakota. Valid Concealed Carry Licenses from South Dakota are still accepted in Nevada. Concealed carriers with permits issued in Florida, Mississippi, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Virginia will no longer be allowed to carry their handgun in the state […]
Sturgis, South Dakota – A man was shot and killed after entering a home early Sunday morning and refusing to leave. According to Sturgis Police Department Chief Geody VanDewater, a homeowner called police to report 32-year-old Matthew Flagler was tampering with two vehicles outside their home. The homeowner then told police they had gone outside […]
On Thursday, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem who has only been on the job since early January, signed her first bill. “I believe this legislation will further protect the Second Amendment rights of the citizens of South Dakota and this country,” she said. Senate Bill 47, which goes into effect on July 1st, allows the […]
UPDATE: The below article was written prior to Jan 1st, 2021 and at the time it was written one could take an online class and apply for a Virginia non-resident permit. That is NO LONGER TRUE. This article is outdated and the reader should note that Virginia no longer accepts online training. The main takeaway? […]
Negotiations are finally complete allowing those with an South Dakota Enhanced permit to carry concealed in Washington state.