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A concealed pistol license will allow you to carry a loaded pistol on your person and
in your vehicle. Many people confuse a CPL with carrying a concealed weapon (CCW),
however a CPL is the license that allows you to carry a concealed pistol, while CCW
is the unlawful act of carrying a concealed weapon without a license. You must apply
for a CPL and must meet specific requirements, including attending a class, and
submitting an application with your County.
The attorneys at Bommarito Law are experienced in fighting for your gun rights. If
your CPL has been suspended or revoked, speak with an attorney today. Bommarito
Law can assist you in reinstating your CPL, or appeal a CPL denial.
Applicants for a Michigan Concealed Pistol License must:
Federal CPL Requirements Pursuant to MCL 28.426, a Concealed Pistol License may not be issued to a person prohibited under federal law from possessing or transporting a firearm. The federal requirements to possess or transport a firearm include that the applicant: