Constitutional carry will happen. Remember, you read it here first. And HR 822 isn’t going away either. Two years ago, who’d have thought anything resembling it would have passed the House? Despite what Dennis Henigan, Carolyn McCarthy or any of the other anti-2A Carrie Nations would have you believe, like the march of gun rights in general, gun law rationalization is a tide that won’t be turned back. So until then, the best way to make gun owners’ lives easier is to expand gun law reciprocity between states. Along those lines…
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and New Mexico Department of Public Safety Cabinet Secretary Gorden E. Eden, Jr. signed an agreement that permits reciprocity between their states for citizens who have valid concealed-carry permits.
New Mexico’s and Ohio’s concealed carry laws are very similar to one another. Both states require a background check for long-term residents of their state or an FBI check for short-term residents of their states, and both require training in order to be eligible for a concealed-carry permit.
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