Saturday, April 17, 2010

And Then There Were Three...

Arizona governor signs "constitutional carry" law. Once it goes into effect (ninety days after the legislature adjourns), law-abiding adults may carry concealed in Arizona without a permit.

Unless you have a permit; in that case you must have your license with you when you carry concealed.

Got it?

Yeah, me neither!


Rev. Paul said...

Okay, that's .. um, wait. Poor review? Unintended consequences? Oh heck, just carry.

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...


Crucis said...

That permit allows you to carry in other states. That's one of the problems with the Vermont/Alaska/Arizona setup. You're fine---as long as you don't cross a state boundary.

Now if they were included in a national reciprocity...?

I'm fortunate that Missouri has one of the better CCW law. We're expanding/fixing it a bit here and there. I'd love a version like the Vermont/Alaska/Arizona plan if it would allow be to also carry in my neighboring states. Kansas is only 5 miles away.

D.W. Drang said...

The reason Alaska offers--and, so far as I know, Arizona will continue to offer--a CPL (or whatever it's called there) is so that citizens have the advantage of reciprocity.