Despite efforts by the Missouri Governor to impede gun rights; Missouri will become a “Constitutional Carry State” starting January 1st 2017. This will allow most adults to carry concealed without a permit, in the state, as Missouri’s Republican-led Legislature used its majority to overpower the governor’s veto attempts and bring the changes into place.
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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.
Effective Tuesday May 24th, 2016 West Virginia’s constitutional carry law has gone into effect. The law had been previously vetoed by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin back in March. The lawmakers were able to override the veto and the law has now gone into effect.
Today I signed House Bill 786 to give churches the right to protect themselves from those who would harm them while they worship,” Governor Bryant said in a statement. “I’m a strong supporter of Second Amendment rights and will continue to advocate for your right to keep and bear arms.
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.
This law allows that all residents of Maine who are not otherwise prohibited by law from possessing a firearm may carry concealed without obtaining a Concealed handgun Permit (CHP). The law still allows that those who travel outside of the state can obtain a permit so they will have the same reciprocity as is already […]
Kansas has joined five other states in allowing locals 21 and older to carry concealed firearms without the need of a permit. The new law, signed in by Governor Brownback on April 2nd, goes into effect on July 1st. Local citizens will still be able to apply for the Kansas concealed weapon permit if they […]