Wyoming Alert HB 113: Constitutional Carry to be Heard on the Wyoming House Floor!

Constitutional Carry to be Heard on the Wyoming House Floor!
Please Contact Your State Legislators TODAY!

On Thursday, February 18, the House Committee of the Whole (COW) passed House Bill 113, legislation which would allow law-abiding persons to carry a concealed firearm for self-defense without a permit.  This constitutional carry bill is expected to be heard and voted on by the full House TOMORROW, February 19.  If passed, HB 113 would then be sent to the Senate for committee assignment.

HB 113 would allow those who meet the requirements currently set forth in the concealed carry permit system to carry a concealed firearm for self-defense without a permit.  This legislation addresses the current problem of a burdensome and restrictive permit system by removing the training requirement and other prohibitive barriers in Wyoming.

If signed into law, this legislation would also keep the current permit system intact for residents concerned about carrying in other states with reciprocal agreements.  Those who are currently prevented from legally carrying, be it open or concealed, will still face the same penalties should they decide to break the law.

It is critical that you contact your State Representative TODAY and respectfully urge him or her to support HB 113.  Also, please begin contacting your State Senator and urge them to not only support this important legislation but to give it their fullest attention. Contact information for you State Legislators can be found here.

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One Response to “Wyoming Alert HB 113: Constitutional Carry to be Heard on the Wyoming House Floor!”

  1. TexasFred Says:

    All it’s going to take is for ONE good state to do it and it will become a *landslide* issue in other pro-gun states..

    Hopefully, we can do it here too, but if you remember, I have a Texas Congressional Rep, STATE Congress, not U.S. and that moron is against open carry…

    His day is coming I think, he’s not up for re-election yet, but when he is, I go to WAR against him on GUN issues… Open carry being first and foremost!

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