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From The Desk of Dudley Brown


Your Right to Constitutional Carry

April 15, 2019

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]



Press Releases | Gun Rights News


Press Releases

July 22, 2021

NAGR Denounces LA State Senators Who Abandon Constitutional Carry

Louisiana Republican State Senators Patrick Connick, Louie Bernard, and Franklin Foil, along with Democrat Gary Smith all abandoned [Read More]


Press Releases

July 08, 2021

NAGR calls on lawmakers to override LA Governor’s Constitutional Carry Veto

In the waning hours of June 24th, Governor Edwards vetoed SB 118, also known as Constitutional Carry. The National Association for Gun Rights has issued a statement[Read More]


Press Releases

June 25, 2021

Gov. John Bel Edwards Vetoes Constitutional Carry in Louisiana

The National Association for Gun Rights condemns Gov. Edwards’ veto today of SB118, a bill that would have made Louisiana the 22nd state[Read More]