Constitutional Carry is the basic principle that if you are legally eligible to purchase a firearm, you should be able to carry that weapon, concealed, for self-defense without government “permission."
Constitutional Carry laws recognize the right of every law-abiding citizen to carry a firearm, openly or concealed, on their person, without having to receive government permission in the form of a mandatory state-issued permit.
These laws affirm the nature of our individual God-given right to be armed, as codified in the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution which states:[Read More]
Last week, Rep. Bob Good (R-VA) introduced the Protecting Individual Sovereignty Through Our Laws Act (PISTOL Act). Rep. Good’s legislation is a direct[Read More]
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