Indiana Considering Major Change To Its Weapon Carry Law
By Tom Knighton
For Second Amendment advocates working to improve their state’s gun carry laws, the Holy Grail is constitutional carry. For those who may be unfamiliar with the term, it basically means that everyone who can legally own a firearm can legally carry that firearm in any manner they so choose without asking the state’s permission.
About a dozen states have constitutional carry in some manner (North Dakota, Idaho, and Wyoming have it for residents only) currently, but many other state-focused pro-gun groups are working toward it in their states. For activists in Indiana, they can probably almost taste it as their state legislature seeks to do away with permit requirements:
A new proposal could allow people to carry loaded guns in public without a license in Indiana.
A committee of Indiana legislators met Tuesday during a public meeting to decide if they should get rid of the law that requires a license for gun owners. Safety officials and other city leaders urged lawmakers to reject the proposal.
“I’m kind of flabbergasted that they would even be considering this idea,” said Rachel Guglielmo.
Members of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America said the law could put everyone at risk.
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Source:: Bearing Arms