The Georgia House has a new bill circulating which will require a firearms safety course in order to secure a concealed carry permit. The story was posted Thursday 1/19 on the NRA-ILA website.
On January 13, state Representative Roger Bruce (D-64) introduced legislation that would undermine Georgia’s Right-to-Carry law. House Bill 735 would amend the current carry law by mandating a firearms safety training course within one year of application for Georgia Firearm Permit.
HB 735 would require those applying for a Georgia weapons carry license for the first time, as well as those renewing their current license, to complete a four-hour firearms safety training course from either a weapons training instructor licensed by the Georgia Board of Private Detective and Security Agencies or a peace officer.
Read more at NRA-ILA: Bill Introduced to Further Regulate Georgia Right-to-Carry