Will National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Hit House Floor This Week?

They should look to pass more than just concealed carry reciprocity, but, hey, steps

(Breitbart) National reciprocity for concealed carry is expected to be introduced on the House Floor for a vote next week.

Breitbart News reported that the legislation received a markup from the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. That markup indicated committee members were confident national reciprocity had the momentum to reach the House Floor.

The legislation, Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, was introduced by Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC) on January 3, 2017. It treats concealed carry permits like driver’s licenses, making a permit from one state valid in the other 49. This saves the common man the hassle of navigating the cumbersome patchwork of concealed carry laws that exist in the U.S., making it easier for him to be armed to defend himself and his family should the need arise.

Obviously, the typical gun grabbers are upset that people would be allowed to carry weapons to defend themselves when visiting dangerous Democratic Party run states. Thing is, reciprocity is baked into the Constitution, this shouldn’t be necessary, but, Liberal states hate allowing citizens to use their 2nd Amendment Right.

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One Response to “Will National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Hit House Floor This Week?”

  1. gitarcarver says:

    It treats concealed carry permits like driver’s licenses, making a permit from one state valid in the other 49.

    That would be the practical and welcome effect. It would be the same thing as marriages being recognized across state lines.

    While the practical effect is the same, there is a difference between a driver’s license and a CWP.

    The issuance of a driver’s license is a state issue and a license issued by one state being recognize by other states is by a compact between the states. It is not achieved by the Federal government (nor should it be.)

    This bill would allow the Federal government to make sure the rights of people as enumerated in the Constitution are protected.

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