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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Wisconsin Permitless Carry Bill Needs Support Of Gun Owners

Is Wisconsin poised to become the thirteenth state with permitless carry? Senate Bill 169 may be heard in the state Senate this month and, if passed, would allow citizens to carry a firearm concealed without first obtaining a permit. Concealed-carry licenses would still be available to citizens who wish to take advantage of reciprocity laws in other states.

“We already give people the ability to openly carry a firearm without a license,” Sen. David Craig said in a statement introducing the legislation. “If you decide to throw on a coat, you should not be considered a criminal.”

A dozen other states currently have permitless carry laws on the book. Your action is needed to help ensure that Wisconsin is the next to adopt this important Right-to-Carry legislation.


Contact your senator and urge him or her to vote in favor of Wisconsin’s SB 169. You can do so by clicking here.