GOA Alert: Should Your Right to Carry End at the State Border?

Stutzman & Cornyn Bills Treat the 2nd Amendment as Your Concealed Carry Permit

Sources inside Congress have told GOA that they may soon be taking up a concealed carry reciprocity bill.

If enacted, this legislation would mean that your right to carry would no longer end at your state border.

It would mean we would be one step closer to enjoying the full protections of the Second Amendment, which says the right to keep and bear arms “shall not be infringed.”

To this end, Gun Owners of America is supporting H.R. 923 and S. 498 — legislation introduced by Rep. Marlin Stutzman (R-IN) and Senator John Cornyn (R-TX).

H.R. 923 and S. 498 are the best reciprocity bills in the Congress.  Yes, there are similar bills, but they don’t protect citizens who travel from Constitutional Carry states.

As we reported last week, there are now ten Constitutional Carry states in the union — states that have passed laws which don’t require gun owners to get permission to exercise their constitutionally-protected rights or to be registered like sex offenders.

Reciprocity Bills Will Protect the Rights of Concealed Carriers

Click on the TAKE ACTION button and urge your Representative and Senators to cosponsor the Stutzman-Cornyn bills (H.R. 923 and S. 498) — legislation that will protect your right to carry concealed firearms across the country.

FK – How pathetic that our elected, hired and appointed public servants do not know their place and we have to beg them for our rights. How pathetic is the amerikan male.

It’s time for a global Bill of Rights

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