I'm in total agreement.

Discussion in '2nd Amendment' started by greyhawk50, Dec 13, 2013.

  1. greyhawk50

    greyhawk50 Well-Known Member

  2. Cutlass327

    Cutlass327 New Member

    That would be great! I wish they'd add "Stand Your Ground" laws to it, or at least remove the duty to retreat... Castle Doctrine is OK, but I feel the duty to retreat is a small loophole that could be possibly used against you if you had an opening but didn't see it in time...

  3. greyhawk50

    greyhawk50 Well-Known Member

    I lean towards state sovereignty over a Big Federal Govn.
    Sometimes the State gets it wrong as well. Examples, NY, NJ, Il, Ca.

    Here is some info regarding Constitutional Carry States.
    States planning to introduce
    or that have already introduced
    Constitutional Carry laws in their legislatures:

    Indiana • Iowa • Maine • Montana • Nevada • Ohio
    Rhode Island • South Carolina • Texas • Utah • Virginia • Wisconsin

    Vermont has had Constitutional Carry since the nation's founding in 1791--
    they never enacted any law banning the right to discreetly bear arms.​
    Montana enacted Constitutional Carry in 1991, for all areas
    outside city limits (99.4% of the state), and is working on the rest.​
    Alaska enacted Constitutional Carry in 2003.​
    Texas enacted Constitutional Carry "light" in 2007
    as the "Motorist Protection Act," freeing people to carry in their vehicles,
    and to and from their vehicles and their homes, land or business. ​
    Arizona got full Constitutional Carry in 2010,
    and the sky has not fallen, despite desperate fears to the contrary.​
    Wyoming enacted Constitutional Carry for residents in 2011.

  4. squirrelhunter

    squirrelhunter Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporting

    I hope they get it passed. ALL States deserve this kind of thinking.