Sunday, May 23, 2010

Arizona - concealed carry w/o permit

You haven't seen this one in the national news, I'll betcha.

On April 16, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed legislation to allow a person 21 years of age and older to carry a concealed firearm without a permit. The new law goes into effect after 90 days. Alaska also went in the same direction. Vermont has always allowed concealed carry without permit.

Arizona still issues a concealed weapon permit, which allows the permitholder to carry concealed in more places. If you are going to Arizona and plan to carry concealed without a permit, be sure to check with the Attorney General's office for places you can carry without a permit.

Source: America's Freedom (NRA publication), June 2010, page 20

Now, compare that law with the Illinois and Chicago Stone-Age gun laws.


M.U.G. said...

Good for them. Now all states should follow that and the immigration law. This country is quickly sinking and won't be able to resurface if it continues. Immigration is only one of the problems as we know is contributing to it.

Another Lawyer said...

Although I don't agree with the immigration law, I entirely endorse this law. It's time to give power back to the First Second Fifth Sixth and Fourteenth amendements. And all the others.