How Mandatory Concealed Carry Reciprocity Undercuts State Laws

May 16, 2017

Right now, every state gets to decide who can—and can't—carry a loaded, concealed gun in public within its borders. But if Congress mandates nationwide concealed carry reciprocity, every state would be forced to allow people with permits from other states (or from one of the 12 states that don't require permits at all) to carry concealed, even if those people never would have qualified to do so under that state's laws.

How Mandatory Concealed Carry Reciprocity Undercuts State Laws
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