Indiana lawmakers considering a more Constitutional Carry

No license needed to carry: House Bill 1056, authored by Rep. Jim Lucas, a Republican from Seymour, would repeal the law requiring concealed-carry licenses to carry handguns in public in Indiana.

In other words, gun owners would no longer have to get a special permit to carry their weapons outside their homes.”This is geared toward the innocent person. I want to remove one more obstacle in their path where they can defend themselves,” Lucas told WRTV-TV in Indianapolis.

Erich Pratt of Springfield, Va.-based Gun Owners of America, a gun advocacy group, says eight states don’t require special permits to carry guns — Arizona, Arkansas, Alaska, Wyoming, Montana (at least most of it), Kansas, Maine and Vermont.

Source: Elkhart Truth  <—Read more here

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