What is Constitutional Carry?
Constitutional Carry refers to the ability to carry a firearm without a permit, open or concealed. There are already four states who have enacted Constitutional Carry: Arizona, Vermont, Wyoming, and Alaska. Quite a few states allow open carry without a permit, but concealed carriers are often stuck with a permit process to conveniently exercise their Second Amendment rights. Constitutional Carry, like any law, isn’t without its own set of pros and cons. Click on the link below to continue reading about what good and bad comes from the right to carry without a permit.
Originally published at aliengearholsters.com.