- Carrying Under the Influence An individual licensed to carry a concealed pistol shall not possess a concealed pistol on their person or motor vehicle while they have any bodily alcohol content (.02 bodily alcohol content [BAC] or above) or a controlled substance.*
- Concealed Pistol Application and Instructions Concealed pistol application kits are provided during normal business hours by the following...
- Concealed Pistol License (CPL) Reports An archive of Concealed Pistol License (CPL) reports.
- Concealed Pistol License Renewal Information A summary of CPL renewal information.
- Concealed Pistol License Requirements An outline of requirements for those who want to obtain a Michigan Concealed Pistol License.
- Federal Firearms Laws A summary of federal firearms laws
- Firearms Forms A repository of all State of Michigan firearms forms.
- Firearms Identification Guide The purpose of the Firearms Identification Guide is to aid Michigan law enforcement agencies in the accurate identification of firearms and to make their descriptions compatible with the State Central Gun Files and the Automated Pistol Registration System when they are registered, entered as stolen, or queried.
- Firearms Laws of Michigan A publication prepared by the Legislative Service Bureau pursuant to Act 381 of 2000, which requires the Bureau to "compile the firearms laws of this state, including laws that apply to carrying a concealed pistol..." MCL 28.425a(9). The firearms laws compiled herein are reprinted from the text of the Michigan Compiled Laws,supplemented through Act 106 of the 2013 Regular Session of the Michigan Legislature.
- Firearms Laws of Michigan Index (2014) An index created for the Firearms Laws of Michigan compilation.
- MCOLES and the CPL Law The Michigan Commission On Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) is responsible for certifying firearm instructors and instructional programs for the purpose of providing pistol safety training to CPL applicants as required in Public Act 381 of 2000.
- Michigan's Concealed Pistol Law - FAQs Michigan's Concealed Pistol Law - Frequently Asked Questions.
This information is provided, as a public service, for general information purposes only.
- NCIC Gun Code Manual Gun Data Codes as of August 4, 2013.
- NICS Guide for Appealing a Firearm Transfer Denial You have the right to appeal the firearms transfer denial with the agency that made the determination to deny it. This should be your first course of action as they have the information on why the denial was made. However, you may also appeal a firearms denial to the FBI National Instant Background Check System (NICS). If so, follow the directions on this brochure.
- Pistol Free Areas Individuals licensed to carry a concealed pistol by Michigan or another state will be prohibited from carrying a concealed pistol in the following areas...
- Proper Conduct During Encounters with Police Responsibilities of Individuals With a CCW License
- Public Notice of Intent to Dispose of Firearms Per Public Act 381 of 2000
- Reciprocity If you are a Michigan resident with a Michigan concealed pistol permit and want to carry your pistol into another state you are strongly encouraged to contact that state for information on their concealed pistol law.