What is Constitutional Carry exactly? When does it apply and to whom? What are the common Pros and Cons for gun owners who live in a state with these laws or a state that is proposing the laws? Answers to these questions in this article.
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News stories and articles about the right, practice, and implementation of constitutional carry. This term generally refers to the right to carry a concealed handgun legally without the need of obtaining a permit or license from a governing body.
On June 3rd, we published a post with news that Constitutional Carry Bill SB 118 passed the Louisiana Legislature. At the time, most anticipated that Governor John Bel Edwards would veto the bill. So here is that post with explanation of SB 118. It appears as those predictions were accurate. Gov. Edwards waited until the […]
Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster bring to you the latest legislative news including updates on the Caniglia Supreme Court ruling, Constitutional Carry in Texas, campus carry laws in Montana, and how the ATF is loing to expand its regulatory powers over how firearm frames and receivers are defined and what that could mean for […]
Today is legislative updates and a big giveaway announcement. We discuss 4 different states all moving to constitutional carry and the implications of so much Gun Freedom in our current political climate plus other updates from Idaho, North Dakota, West Virginia, Kansas, and Wyoming!
States across the country continue to charge forward and pass pro-gun legislation. On April 2, 2021, Iowa became the twenty-first state in the country to enact constitutional or permitless carry of handguns. Whats, Iowa became the 4th state in just the first 3 months of 2021 to pass such laws! The most recent state to […]
3rd State in 2021 Passes Permitless/Constitutional Carry Good news from the home state of Davey Crockett. Provided Governor Bill Lee signs the legislation into law, Tennessee will become the third state in 2021, to enact permitless carry. This legislation is commonly referred to as constitutional carry. Governor Lee sponsored the bill, so it is unlikely […]