You must be 21 years old
You must be a Wisconsin Resident
You must not be prohibited from possessing a firearm under state or federal law.
You must provide proof of required firearms training to obtain your permit.
You can apply online at: https://concealedcarry.doj.wi.gov/ccwonline/
Or Download and Print the Paper application at: https://www.doj.state.wi.us/sites/default/files/dles/ccw/DJ_LE_287%20CCW%20application%204-18.pdf
The cost to apply is $40 and once received the permit is good for 5 Years.
You will be mailed a renewal form 90 days before your permit expires. No additional training is needed. Cost is $22. They will do a background check and if you pass you will receive your new license within 21 days.
Wisconsin will not allow or recognize any online training courses as proof of training to obtain your Wisconsin CCW Permit.
You are allowed to carry: Handguns, stun guns or tasers, billy clubs, and switch blade knives. You are not allowed to carry any weapons covered under NFA Rules such as machine guns or short barreled rifles/shotguns. When carrying concealed you must have your CCW permit and another form of government ID such as your Drivers License.
Please have your Drivers License or another form of government issued id such as a passport. If you are going to take the Multi-State class you can bring a handgun of your choosing or you may use one that I will provide.
The USCCA provides an interactive map to see the states that will recognize your Wisconsin permit as well as give you the ability to research the rules and regulations in each state. That can be found here: https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/resources/ccw_reciprocity_map/
Carrying a firearm is never meant to bring excitement into your life. It brings with it considerable responsibility to know the rules and to train with your firearm to become proficient. You carry the means to protect life or deal out death. As a permit holder you will be held to a higher standard of conduct. If you cannot except this responsibility, adapt how you conduct yourself in your day to day life, and make a commitment to training, you should not carry a handgun or any weapon as you will be posing a risk to yourself and those around you.