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A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed. Those words speak only freedom and liberty.  The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution was adopted in 1791 with the intention of giving every American the right to legally own firearms.  Despite the endless attempts by politicians to destroy this right, most States (and I emphasize most) in our great Union still respect the right of the individual to legally own and carry concealed firearms.

Our Founding Fathers were strong advocates in States’ rights and so far the Federal Government has yet to destroy the intentions of our Founders and legislatively intrude on our 2nd Amendment rights (like they’ve done in every other aspect of our lives).  To date, 48 States have passed individual laws allowing, in some respect, citizens to carry concealed firearms in public.  Each State has its own policies and regulations that are enforceable by huge fines and, in some cases, even jail time. The fact that an individual can end up in jail simply by traveling through a non-reciprocating state is frightening, but that is the unfortunate reality. It is vital to your freedom and safety that you know everything there is to know about carrying concealed, and CCW By State is your #1 resource to do just that.

CCW By State is your #1 Concealed Carry Resource for all information pertaining to the carrying of concealed firearms, CCW Reciprocity by state, and the understanding of your rights under the 2nd Amendment.  Please navigate around CCWByState.com and let us know what you think on the forums!

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