Since its passage, concealed carry's popularity among Michigan's residents has surged. And the most surprising reason stated for concealed carry? Wildlife.
Brian Jeffs, president of Michigan Open Carry Inc., leads a meeting regarding the right to carry arms openly. "If one chooses to carry a weapon in Michigan, one can do so without a license," Jeffs said. "There's no law that says it's illegal."
Flint, Michigan - A man who was breaking into a home on W. Bishop Avenue, just west of King Avenue, was killed this morning when the homeowner shot the intruder, police said.
An amputee armed with a .357 mag decided not to become a victim when a man with a lengthy criminal history entered his home.
Despite the opposition of university officials, Michigan State Representative Wayne Schmidt (R-Traverse City) has introduced a bill, "that would prevent the state's public universities, colleges and community colleges from banning concealed weapons on campus," the Record-Eagle reported.
More than 30 people gathered in Bronson Park in Kalamazoo this weekend, packing pistols. It might have been the safest picnic in the state.
An apparent organized flexing of Second Amendment rights last weekend was a bit too Wild West for some local citizens and business owners. Police and deputies responded to a number of complaints about citizens packing sidearms at restaurants, stores and other public areas. None of the gun carriers was cited.