We’re proud to be part of helping people learn to defend themselves in and around Lapeer County by getting the training they need to be responsible gun owners, and for many, that means getting their concealed pistol license (CPL).
Lapeer County currently has over 9,193 active CPL holders as of May 1st, 2019. That equates to 14% of the population 21 and older in Lapeer County.
This makes Lapeer the #1 county for CPL holders in counties with over 50,000 residents, the #1 county for CPL holders in the lower 2/3 of the state, and #4 overall in the State of Michigan.
The number of total active Michigan concealed pistol license holders jumped significantly in April reaching a new all-time high of 657,298 as of May 1, 2019 — just over 8 percent of the state’s adult population. The county with the highest percentage of adults with a CPL is Keweenaw, at 15%. Keweenaw is Michigan’s northern-most county and has the smallest population, with only 2,200 residents. The county with the lowest percentage of adults with CPLs is Kent, at 5%. Kent County includes Grand Rapids.