006 Concealed Wisconsin – Discussing Concealed Carry with Dominic Ferraro of Advanced Protection Group

by Andy on November 4, 2011

Update on the Castle Doctrine
As of November 3rd, 2011 – the Senate passed an amended version of the Castle Doctrine bill.  This means that the bill goes back to the Assembly for debate.  If it is passed as is, it will be delivered to the Governor for his signature.  This bill brings protection to Wisconsin citizens who defend themselves against attacks in their own homes, cars and businesses.

Updates on Concealed Carry License
As of November 2nd, several people reported getting their license in the mail already.  These individuals were some of the first inline to hand deliver their applications to the Department of Justice.

For those of us that mailed them into the Department of Justice, our applications were mixed in with the tens of thousands of applications that poured into through the mail from all over Wisconsin.  We will likely see our licenses in the coming weeks as they begin to work through the mail.

JB Van Hollen secured Concealed Carry License #1, but many thought that honor should have gone to someone more deserving, based on actually working hard to successfully bringing Concealed Carry forward.

Suggested names include Sen. Pam Galloway – the author of the Concealed Carry legislation, Nik Clark of Wisconsin Carry Inc., or Annette Olsen of Un-Infringed Liberty.

Leave a comment below with who you think should have had License #1

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In today’s podcast we’ll be talking with Dominic Ferraro, the President of Advanced Protection Group, LLC.  Advanced Protection Group provides personal defense training, specialized law enforcement training, private security solutions, and investigative consulting services.

Advanced Protection Group consists of current and former law enforcement officers, investigators, certified firearms instructors, military personnel, firefighters, insurance adjusters, and security experts.

Advanced Protection Group is a family owned and operated company located in central Wisconsin with associates are strategically positioned throughout the state to ensure maximum coverage and efficient operations.

You may have heard Dominic in the media discussing concealed carry issues over the past several months; he is a patriot, constitutional carry advocate, and 2nd Amendment proponent and it is a privilege to have him on today’s show.

We’ll be talking about all of this and much, much more!

Links from today’s show:

Advanced Protection Group, LLC
Post Office Box 411
Westfield, WI  53964-0411

608-218-4636 | Office
855-942-2779 | Toll-free5
www.apgwi.com

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Jim Burgess November 4, 2011 at 8:03 am

Without a doubt, #1 should NOT have gone to Van Hollen! He continues to claim that he is a huge 2nd Amendment supporter but his actions are luke warm at best.
There are so many that are far more deserving than him, literally hundreds. At the top of my list would be former Senator Dave Zien and former Representative Scott Gunderson. They worked very hard on this issue for many years. Jim Fendry would be another guy at the top of the list having been a tireless advocate and worker towards this right for very many years.

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Andy November 4, 2011 at 8:16 am

Thanks for the comment Jim; I agree with you. Thanks for your comment! Carry on!

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Steven Murawski November 17, 2011 at 4:14 pm

How about Scott Walker getting permit #1?

A lot of people put effort into getting this passed, but without the fortitude that Scott Walker has shown (amongst many issues) in signing it promptly, we’d be back in the same position as previous years.

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Andy November 17, 2011 at 4:25 pm

He’s done a great job standing up against the pressures in Madison, but unfortunately, many who really wanted Constitutional Carry think he through them under the bus. I wanted constitutional carry with a permit option, but think Walker is doing great. Thanks for you comments.

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