Posted July 2, 2018 10:06 pm by Comments

By John Falkenberg

MISSISSIPI — As of this past Sunday, Mississippians are less restricted for permitless concealed carry, WCBI reports.

Some of the rules for permitless carry were pretty weird, and thankfully the new loosening of restrictions will make some arbitrary rules become a thing of the past.

According to WCBI:

Mississippians have been able to concealed carry since 2016, but those guns had to be in a holster, and concealed carriers weren’t allowed in courthouses. Starting next week, it can be pants pockets, coat pockets, waistbands, anything that hides the gun from plain sight. While it’s not required, law enforcement is asking those who carry to be mindful of your surroundings and above all know what you’re doing.

“It’s going to make things a little different with folks being able to carry without a permit,” said Chickasaw County Sheriff, James Meyers.

Something law enforcement asks is get the training to use your weapon.

“Once you start carrying a firearm, you assume a lot of liability, and all the training that you can take can’t do nothing but help you,” Meyers continued.

“You can hurt yourself if you don’t. Not only hurt someone else but you can hurt your own self by not knowing the proper …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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