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    REFERENCES: WI Statutes, Rules and FAQs

    2011 WI Act 35 has been incorporated into Wisconsin's statutes. You can now see the new law's provisions integrated into the pre-existing law, with pre-existing definitions that apply to the new language and effective dates inserted. IMPORTANT: The publication of the updated statute DOES NOT change the effective date, which is Nov. 1rst for most provisions related to concealed carry. Read the NOTES embedded in the statutes for confirmation of effective dates and other goodies. Hope this comes in handy for you --

    DEPT. OF JUSTICE EMERGENCY RULES
    http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...st=firearmsafe

    DEPT. OF JUSTICE CONCEALED CARRY WEB PAGES
    http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...ealedCarry.asp

    2011 WI ACT 35:
    http://legis.wisconsin.gov/2011/data/acts/11Act35.pdf

    STATUTES:
    Revised WI Chapter 175, including Concealed Carry License Law:
    http://legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/Stat0175.pdf

    Revised WI Chapter 29, including hunting and state land provisions:
    http://legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/Stat0029.pdf

    Revised WI Chapter 167, including safe use and transportation and discharge near parks:
    http://legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/Stat0167.pdf

    Revised WI Chapter 941, including handguns where alcohol is sold, firearms in public buildings, prohibition on carrying concealed for non-licensees:
    http://legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/Stat0941.pdf

    Revised WI Chapter 943, including trespass laws, property owner rights, and notification requirements for prohibiting weapons:
    http://legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/Stat0943.pdf

    Revised WI Chapter 948, including GFSZ:
    http://legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/Stat0948.pdf

    UPDATED DOJ FAQ: I noticed that the DOJ FAQ was revised Aug. 2nd. It may be revised again. Access the most recent version here: http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/..._questions.pdf

    DNR FAQ:
    http://dnr.wi.gov/org/es/enforcement..._carry_q&a.htm
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    Get this STICKIED!!!!!!!!!! Thank You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaBomba View Post
    2011 WI Act 35 has been incorporated into Wisconsin's statutes....Hope this comes in handy for you --

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    Something I've been wondering about ever since I read it,
    What is required to apply for a license?
    All of the following:

    1. A completed application form. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(7)(a).

    2. A statement that the information provided in the application and any
    document submitted with the application is true and complete to the best of
    the applicant’s knowledge. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(7)(b).


    3. A license fee in an amount to be determined by DOJ, but not to exceed $37.
    Wis. Stat. § 175.60(7)(c).

    4. A fee for a background check. Currently, that fee is $13. Wis. Stat.
    § 175.60(7)(d)

    5. Proof of training. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(7)(e).
    Are we supposed to compose our own statement or is DOJ going to supply us with one to sign along with the application form?
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    Quote Originally Posted by davegran View Post
    Something I've been wondering about ever since I read it, Are we supposed to compose our own statement or is DOJ going to supply us with one to sign along with the application form?
    I would expect that when DOJ designs the application form we'll find a statement on it that indicates the applicant is swearing under penalty of law that everything they've entered onto the application form is true and complete.
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    The link in the first post, that points to the DOJ CCW FAQ document version August 2, 2011, is pointing to an obsolete document.

    The most recent version, at this time is from Oct. 20th, 2011.

    Here is the link to the DOJ CCW web page. http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...ealedCarry.asp
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    Here is the link to the DOJ CCW web page. http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...ealedCarry.asp

    At this moment, the DOJ CCW web page, and DOJ CCW FAQ document, have got incorrect information on it, with regard to training.

    Nov. 7, 2011, a number of portions of the Act 35 Concealed Carry Emergency Administrative rules were suspended. These changes go into effect immediately.

    Here's a good link to this information/discussion: http://forum.opencarry.org./forums/s...-todays-events..

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    Below is a review of the changes.

    The Joint Committee for the Review of Administrative Rules (JCRAR) passed a motion to suspend some provisions of Emergency Administrative Rule 1114. effective Nov. 7, 2011.

    4 pieces of information that had been on the proof of training certificate, are no longer required.

    Jus 17.05(2): Except as otherwise provided in sub. (1), for purposes of satisfying the requirements of sub. (1)(b), (c), (d), (e), (f), or (g), a certificate or affidavit documenting that the applicant has successfully completed a firearms safety or training course must include all of the following information:

    (a) The applicant’s name.

    (b) The name of the firearms safety or training course.

    [Strikeout] (c) The length in hours of the firearms safety or training course.

    (d) The date on which the applicant completed the firearms safety or training course.

    [Strikeout] (e) The city and state in which the applicant completed the firearms safety or training course.

    [Strikeout] (f) The name, address, and telephone number of the person or entity responsible for the firearms safety or training course. This may be an individual instructor, a national or state organization, a law enforcement agency, an educational institution, a firearms training school, or another public or private institution or organization.

    (g) The name of the instructor who taught the firearms safety or training course to the applicant and the name of the agency or organization that certified the instructor.

    [Strikeout] (h) A signed statement by the instructor who taught the firearms safety or training course to the applicant affirming that the course satisfied the definition of a firearms safety or training course in s. Jus 17.03(8) and that the applicant successfully completed the course. An affirmation that the applicant merely attended the course is not sufficient to satisfy this requirement.
    It struck out the "and test" ... "at least four hours of" for training. It left in that the training be instructor-led and face to face.

    Jus 17.03 (8) “Firearms safety or training course” means a course that is reasonably calculated to instruct, practice, [Strikeout] and test the student’s comprehension and application of firearm safety rules and safe firearm handling, that includes [Strikeout] at least four hours of instructor-led training, and that provides a certificate or affidavit of successful completion that satisfies the content requirements of s. Jus 17.05(2).
    It struck out the clause that put a minimum on instructor training: "that requires firearms instructors to sucessfully complete instructor training of at least eight hours in length;"

    Jus17.03(13) “National or state organization that certifies firearms instructors” means any association, partnership, corporation, or limited liability company that is registered, certified, or has an appointed agent on file with the department of financial institutions or has equivalent legal recognition in another state; [Strikeout] that requires firearms instructors to successfully complete instructor training of at least eight hours in length; and that requires instructors to demonstrate the ability and knowledge required for providing firearms safety and training.
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    No changes for those who fulfill the training requirement with:

    Hunter Safety education certificate.

    Current or Expired firearm carry license/permit with signed affirmation form.

    Copy of DD214, DD256, DD257 military discharge/training.

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    I will post again here, when the DOJ concealed carry page is updated.
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    There has been more information added to the Wisconsin DOJ CCW web page on 2011 Nov. 9.

    It has a link to the Attorney General's news release about the DOJ compliance with the suspended provision for CCW training requirements. The press release has a link to a scanned image of the 2 page document from Joint Committee on Review of Administrative Rules, that changes some of the training requirements. It also has a link to the Attorney General's testimony before this committee.

    The web page has a link to the Nov. 8, 2011 updated version of the JUS 17 & 18 emergency administrative rules, incorporating the JCRAR changes.

    The DOJ web page links to the 2011 Nov. 9 version of the DOJ CCW FAQ, but the header in the FAQ shows "CCW FAQ 110/10/20" ???. The FAQ does have a link to the 2011 Nov. 8 list of accepted state licenses/permits, and many links to the new Jus 17-18 administrative rules document with the 2011, Nov. 8 JCRAR changes incorporated for training requirements and documents.

    The CCW Application form DJ-LE-287 (11/08/11) was revised to reflect the changes in training requirements and documents.

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    The Joint Committee for the Review of Administrative Rules (JCRAR) passed a motion to suspend some portions of Emergency Administrative Rule 1114. effective Nov. 7, 2011.

    Below is the Nov. 9, 2011 DOJ review of the changes.

    1.Elimination of any time requirement for the firearms safety and training course

    2.Elimination of the word test from the definition of firearms safety and training course

    3.Elimination of any time requirement for firearms instructor training

    4.Elimination of the instructor’s signature from the certificate affirming they taught the course to the student

    5.Elimination of any instructor contact information on the certificate

    6.Elimination of the location where the training was provided from the certificate
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    The earlier version of the model training certificate is still acceptable, but the model certificate document for proof-of-training has been revised Nov. 8, 2011 to reflect that there are now only 5 pieces of information required. :

    1 Student Name
    2 Title of Course
    3 Date student completed course
    4 Instructor's Name
    5 Instructor's Certifying Agency or Organization

    this model training certificate is not needed with:

    Hunter Safety training certificate;

    OR existing CCW license/permit; (needs signed affirmation form)

    OR DD214 "Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty", DD256 "Honorable Discharge Certificate", DD257 "General Discharge Certificate" / proof of military basic training completion;

    OR training from LEO board or Security training
    - - - - - - - - - - -

    A link to the DNR FAQ on SB228 / Act 51 (transporting uncased long guns) has been added.

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    State/Territory list as of 2011 Nov. 8 of those CCW licenses / permits honored in Wisconsin for out-of-state residents.

    Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands

    27 states, 2 territories

    New Additions in Bold

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    I will post here again, when the DOJ concealed carry page is updated.
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    There has been more information added to the Wisconsin DOJ CCW web page.

    It now has a link to the "Most frequent reasons for application rejection:"

    1. Applicant used an out-of-state CCW license as proof of training, but did not enclose the required affirmation form (DJ-LE-289) stating the license was not revoked for cause.

    2. Applicant improperly completed the application. Example 1: the applicant left parts of the form blank (such as name, driver license number, or address). Example 2: the information entered was clearly incorrect (year of birth was 1096).

    3. Applicant appears to have not read questions before answering them. For example, applicants have checked they are not at least 21 years of age, even though the year of birth they wrote on the form would suggest they are over 40.

    4. Applicant submitted a training certificate as proof of training, but the certificate did not include the name of the instructor or did not specify what national or state organization certified the instructor.

    5. Applicant submitted a DD-214 as proof of training, but the DD-214 did not show an “honorable” or “general under honorable conditions” discharge.
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    The DOJ Concealed Carry Web page, http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...ealedCarry.asp has been divided into several sections, to make it easier to find information.

    HOME tab, with basic info, DOJ and DNR authored FAQ documents, administrative rules and their changes.

    APPLICATION tab, with application related documents and instructions.

    RECIPROCITY tab, with Out-of-state licenses/permits accepted in Wisconsin, and an explanation of the reciprocity: states that will honor a Wisconsin CCL.

    State/Territory list as of 2011 Dec. 8 of those CCW licenses / permits honored in Wisconsin for out-of-state residents.

    Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia (Non-Resident Only) Washington, Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands

    29 states, 2 territories

    New Additions in Bold


    CURRICULUM tab, with Documents to help support the "Model Training Curriculum" for use by instructors. It also has a .pdf copy of the CWL Informational brochure that is included in the DOJ mailing that accompanies your Wisconsin Concealed Carry License.
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    I wonder why Virginia non resident permits are accepted, but resident ones are not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by protias View Post
    I wonder why Virginia non resident permits are accepted, but resident ones are not.
    The answer from a recent VCDL VA-ALERT is:

    2. Wisconsin and Virginia reciprocity
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    We are investigating why Wisconsin will only honor Virginia NON-RESIDENT permits and not the resident ones.

    Gary Slider emailed me this:

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    Philip, *Wisconsin just updated their reciprocity list. Virginia Non Resident Only is what they are stating. VA is the only state to have this out from their listing. WI requires a NICS check and I will bet that VA runs their background check through the FBI but for Non-Residents they do a NICS Check also. That is the reason why Non Resident Only. Just wanted to give you a heads up.

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    The DOJ Concealed Carry Web page, http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...ealedCarry.asp has been changed recently:

    HOME tab, Now has information about the DOJ phone tree that handles frequently asked questions, without tying up their staff. 608-261-8647

    APPLICATION tab, Has had links to forms added to be used when a Name change has occurred or DJ-LE-293, an address change / Lost license replacement DJ-LE-285. Information about your options if a license has been denied are now included.
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    The DOJ Concealed Carry Web page, http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...ealedCarry.asp has been changed recently:

    HOME tab, Now has information about the Proposed Permanent rules that implement changes to statutes as a result of 11ACT35. These are Chapters Jus 17 & 18.

    There is a link to the text of these Proposed Permanent Rules, with a deadline for submitting comments in writing, on their economic impact of April 19, 2012. The address to send comments is on the web page.

    CHANGED: the deadline for submitting comments in writing, has been extended to May 4, 2012.
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    The DOJ Concealed Carry Web page, http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...ealedCarry.asp has been changed recently:

    HOME tab, now has a link to a Brief from the Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau. This Brief is entitled:
    "Concealed Carry and Firearms Laws in Wisconsin". It is 11 pages long. It was created May 23, 2012.

    The Concealed Carry FAQ was last changed Nov. 9, 2011.
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    The DOJ Concealed Carry Web page, http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...ealedCarry.asp has been changed recently:

    HOME tab, now mentions the West Virginia limited acceptance, as well as the Legislative tab.

    RECIPROCITY tab, was changed Jun 11, 2012. West Virginia licenses issued after June 8, 2012 was added to the list of those CCW licenses / permits honored in Wisconsin for out-of-state residents:

    Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah. Virginia (Non-Resident Only), Washington, West Virginia (licenses issued after 6-8-12)*, Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands.

    30 states, 2 territories. New additions in Bold

    *A Virginia non-resident license specifically states “non-resident” on the license. The resident license does not qualify for recognition in Wisconsin.

    *West Virgina passed a new law effective 6/9/12 that requires a background check similar to Wisconsin for all new concealed carry licenses issued. Therefore, a West Virginia license ISSUED OR RENEWED AFTER 6/8/12 is recognized in Wisconsin. Previously issued West Virginia licenses are not.
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    A new LEGISLATIVE tab, has been added, June 15, 2012. It includes information about the proposed permanent rules, as well as the hearings that will be held on them. Here is the hearing notice http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...g-hearings.pdf

    DOJ will hold public hearings at the times and places noted below.

    Date: Monday, July 16, 2012
    Time: 10:00 a.m.
    Location: Superior Police Department
    1316 North Fourteenth Street
    Superior, WI 54880

    Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2012
    Time: 11:00 a.m.
    Location: Green Bay Police Training Center
    307 South Adams Street
    Green Bay, WI 54301

    Date: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
    Time: 10:00 a.m.
    Location: Waukesha County Technical College
    Business Building Room B130/B140
    800 Main Street
    Pewaukee, WI 53072
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    proof oc CCL

    i have been reading any and all info on act 35 (laws,faqs) and have not found where it says ya or nay on if i am required to show proof of ccl if an employer request it

    one of my jobs company policy say i must furnish my CCL if requested in order to have it in my vehicle

    any thought
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    Quote Originally Posted by oliverclotheshoff View Post
    i have been reading any and all info on act 35 (laws,faqs) and have not found where it says ya or nay on if i am required to show proof of ccl if an employer request it

    one of my jobs company policy say i must furnish my CCL if requested in order to have it in my vehicle

    any thought
    Since WI is an at-will state, depends if you want to keep your job.

    Act 35 is silent on the subject so therefore if you refuse and they fire you because of it, you would not be able to sue.

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    943.13 (1m) (c) (2) says that "no firearms" signs don't apply to parking lots.
    While carrying a firearm, enters or remains in any part of a nonresidential building, grounds of a nonresidential building, or land that the actor does not own or occupy after the owner ... or the occupant ... has notified the actor not to enter or remain ...
    This subdivision does not apply ... if the firearm is in a vehicle driven or parked in the parking facility, to any part of a building, grounds, or land used as a parking facility.
    Nowhere in the trespass statutes applying to firearms, nor in the 'weapon' transport statutes, does the law say anything about a carry license being required.
    How can you show what you don't [have to] have?

    But your employer can make you jump through just about any hoops they want, if you want to keep your job.
    It's not right, but it's the law.
    However, how are they going to know you have a firearm?
    Do they have guards or cameras watching employees in the parking lot?
    How about a block away? You could pull over, put it in the safe, then proceed to work.
    Or park on the street?

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    Thanks for the input
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    The DOJ Concealed Carry Web page, http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...oncealed-carry has been changed recently:

    It has new URL or website address, which is the link above. The design has changed also.

    TRAINING REQUIREMENTS tab, explains what applicants for a Wisconsin CCW license need for proof of meeting the training requirements.

    RECIPROCITY tab, with a list of those CCW licenses / permits honored in Wisconsin for out-of-state residents, has not changed since June 11, 2012:

    Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah. Virginia (Non-Resident Only)*, Washington, West Virginia (licenses issued after 6-8-12)**, Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands.

    30 states, 2 territories. New additions in Bold

    *A Virginia non-resident license specifically states “non-resident” on the license. The resident license does not qualify for recognition in Wisconsin.

    **West Virgina passed a new law effective 6/9/12 that requires a background check similar to Wisconsin for all new concealed carry licenses issued. Therefore, a West Virginia license ISSUED OR RENEWED AFTER 6/8/12 is recognized in Wisconsin. Previously issued West Virginia licenses are not.

    A map of the United States and its territories, has been added. Clicking on a state, takes you to that state government's website, where you can look at their laws regarding firearms possession and concealed carry. The Wisconsin website, does not have a listing of where Wisconsin CCW licenses are recognized, except for Tennessee.
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    The DOJ Concealed Carry Web page, http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...oncealed-carry has been changed recently:

    It has new URL or website address, as linked above.

    TRAINING REQUIREMENTS tab, explains what applicants for a Wisconsin CCW license need for proof of meeting the training requirements.

    RECIPROCITY tab, with a list of those CCW licenses / permits honored in Wisconsin for out-of-state residents, was changed March 27, 2013: (This is not actually a Reciprocity list)

    Alaska (licenses issued Jan. 14, 2013 or after), Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah. Virginia (Non-Resident Only), Washington, West Virginia (licenses issued after 6-8-12), Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands.

    31 states, 2 territories. New additions in Bold

    (1)A Virginia non-resident license specifically states “non-resident” on the license. The resident license does not qualify for recognition in Wisconsin.

    (2)West Virgina passed a new law effective 6/9/12 that requires a background check similar to Wisconsin for all new concealed carry licenses issued. Therefore, a West Virginia license ISSUED OR RENEWED AFTER 6/8/12 is recognized in Wisconsin. Previously issued West Virginia licenses are not.

    (3)Effective 1/14/2013 new policy for the state of Alaska requires a background check similar to Wisconsin for all new conceal handgun permits. Therefore, an Alaska permit ISSUED OR RENEWED ON OR AFTER 1/14/2013 is recognized in Wisconsin. Alaska permits issued prior to 1/14/2013 are not recognized in Wisconsin.

    A map of the United States and its territories, has been added. Clicking on a state, takes you to that state government's website, where you can look at their laws regarding firearms possession and concealed carry. The Wisconsin website, does not have a listing of where Wisconsin CCW licenses are recognized, except for Tennessee.
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    The DOJ Concealed Carry Web page link is http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...oncealed-carry

    HOME tab, has a CCW: What's New section. It explains about the New Permanent Rules that became effective June 1, 2013, and what is changed. The application fee has been reduced from $37 + $13 for the background check, to $30 + $13 for the background check. Reduction of $7 changed June 1, 2013.

    APPLICATION tab, explains how to apply, including forms download.

    CCW FORMS tab, include all administrative forms download.

    TRAINING REQUIREMENTS tab, explains what applicants for a Wisconsin CCW license need for proof of meeting the training requirements.

    LEGISLATIVE tab,

    CCW CURRICULUM tab

    RECIPROCITY tab, with a list of those CCW licenses / permits honored in Wisconsin for out-of-state residents, was changed March 27, 2013: (This is not actually a Reciprocity list)

    Alaska (licenses issued Jan. 14, 2013 or after), Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah. Virginia (Non-Resident Only), Washington, West Virginia (licenses issued after 6-8-12), Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands.

    31 states, 2 territories. New additions in Bold

    (1)A Virginia non-resident license specifically states “non-resident” on the license. The resident license does not qualify for recognition in Wisconsin.

    (2)West Virgina passed a new law effective 6/9/12 that requires a background check similar to Wisconsin for all new concealed carry licenses issued. Therefore, a West Virginia license ISSUED OR RENEWED AFTER 6/8/12 is recognized in Wisconsin. Previously issued West Virginia licenses are not.

    (3)Effective 1/14/2013 new policy for the state of Alaska requires a background check similar to Wisconsin for all new conceal handgun permits. Therefore, an Alaska permit ISSUED OR RENEWED ON OR AFTER 1/14/2013 is recognized in Wisconsin. Alaska permits issued prior to 1/14/2013 are not recognized in Wisconsin.

    A map of the United States and its territories, has been added. Clicking on a state, takes you to that state government's website, where you can look at their laws regarding firearms possession and concealed carry. The Wisconsin website, does not have a listing of where Wisconsin CCW licenses are recognized, except for Tennessee.
    Last edited by E6chevron; 06-02-2013 at 01:39 AM.
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    The DOJ Concealed Carry Web page link is http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...oncealed-carry

    HOME tab, has a CCW: What's New section. It explains about the New Permanent Rules that became effective June 1, 2013, and what is changed. The application fee has been reduced from $37 + $13 for the background check, to $30 + $13 for the background check. Reduction of $7 changed June 1, 2013.

    APPLICATION tab, explains how to apply, including forms download.

    CCW FORMS tab, include all administrative forms download.

    TRAINING REQUIREMENTS tab, explains what applicants for a Wisconsin CCW license need for proof of meeting the training requirements.

    LEGISLATIVE tab,

    CCW CURRICULUM tab

    RECIPROCITY tab, with a list of those CCW licenses / permits honored in Wisconsin for out-of-state residents, was changed March 27, 2013: (This is not actually a Reciprocity list)

    Alaska (licenses issued Jan. 14, 2013 or after), Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah. Virginia (Non-Resident Only), Washington, West Virginia (licenses issued after 6-8-12), Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands.

    31 states, 2 territories. New additions in Bold

    (1)A Virginia non-resident license specifically states “non-resident” on the license. The resident license does not qualify for recognition in Wisconsin.

    (2)West Virginia passed a new law effective 6/9/12 that requires a background check similar to Wisconsin for all new concealed carry licenses issued. Therefore, a West Virginia license ISSUED OR RENEWED AFTER 6/8/12 is recognized in Wisconsin. Previously issued West Virginia licenses are not.

    (3)Effective 1/14/2013 new policy for the state of Alaska requires a background check similar to Wisconsin for all new conceal handgun permits. Therefore, an Alaska permit ISSUED OR RENEWED ON OR AFTER 1/14/2013 is recognized in Wisconsin. Alaska permits issued prior to 1/14/2013 are not recognized in Wisconsin.

    A map of the United States and its territories, has been added. Clicking on a state, takes you to that state government's website, where you can look at their laws regarding firearms possession and concealed carry. The Wisconsin website, does not have a listing of where Wisconsin CCW licenses are recognized, except for Tennessee.

    FAQ tab, has updated the CCW FAQ document to include information about the permanent rules effective June 1, 2013. http://www.doj.state.wi.us/sites/def...cw/ccw-faq.pdf
    Wis. CCL #5x Springfield XDM 3.8 Compact .40 S&W, Utah CFP

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    The DOJ Concealed Carry Web page link is http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/...oncealed-carry

    HOME tab, has a CCW: What's New section. on June 1, 2013, the web page said the application fee was $43. Now it says the application fee is $40. JUS 17.12(1) states $30 license fee and JUS 17.12(2) states $13 background check fee. BUT, I have been informed that the State Budget Bill has recently (July 1, 2013) changed the background check fee to $10

    APPLICATION tab, explains how to apply, including forms download. The current application form is DJ-LE-287 (07/17/13). This was revised July 17, 2013 for the $40 application fee.

    CCW FORMS tab, include all administrative forms download.

    TRAINING REQUIREMENTS tab, explains what applicants for a Wisconsin CCW license need for proof of meeting the training requirements.

    LEGISLATIVE tab, It now states: Application fee changed to $30 plus a background check fee of $10 for a total of $40.

    CCW CURRICULUM tab

    RECIPROCITY tab, with a list of those CCW licenses / permits honored in Wisconsin for out-of-state residents, was changed March 27, 2013: (This is not actually a Reciprocity list)

    Alaska (licenses issued Jan. 14, 2013 or after), Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah. Virginia (Non-Resident Only), Washington, West Virginia (licenses issued after 6-8-12), Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands.

    31 states, 2 territories. New additions in Bold

    (1)A Virginia non-resident license specifically states “non-resident” on the license. The resident license does not qualify for recognition in Wisconsin.

    (2)West Virginia passed a new law effective 6/9/12 that requires a background check similar to Wisconsin for all new concealed carry licenses issued. Therefore, a West Virginia license ISSUED OR RENEWED AFTER 6/8/12 is recognized in Wisconsin. Previously issued West Virginia licenses are not.

    (3)Effective 1/14/2013 new policy for the state of Alaska requires a background check similar to Wisconsin for all new conceal handgun permits. Therefore, an Alaska permit ISSUED OR RENEWED ON OR AFTER 1/14/2013 is recognized in Wisconsin. Alaska permits issued prior to 1/14/2013 are not recognized in Wisconsin.

    A map of the United States and its territories, has been added. Clicking on a state, takes you to that state government's website, where you can look at their laws regarding firearms possession and concealed carry. The Wisconsin website, does not have a listing of where Wisconsin CCW licenses are recognized, except for Tennessee.

    FAQ tab, has updated the CCW FAQ document to include information about the permanent rules effective June 1, 2013. It contains the change to the application fee effective July 1, 2013. http://www.doj.state.wi.us/sites/def...cw/ccw-faq.pdf
    Last edited by E6chevron; 08-02-2013 at 06:52 PM.
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    Re: REFERENCES: Revised WI Statutes Incorporating 2011 Act 35, New DOJ FAQ

    Quote Originally Posted by E6chevron View Post
    I do not have an explanation of the reason for the change. since JUS 17.12(1) state $30 license fee and JUS 17.12(2) states $13 background check fee.[/B]
    The state budget that went into effect July 1st reduced the background check fee to $10.

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