Ask Your Representative To Co-Sponsor National Reciprocity Legislation

posted on June 15, 2017

The drive behind NRA-backed concealed carry reciprocity legislation is rolling rapidly. The Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act sponsored by Sen. John Cornyn now includes 37 co-sponsors.

Most states already recognize that the right to bear arms shouldn't end at their borders. However, a handful continue to arrest out-of-state residents who carry legally owned firearms into their jurisdictions. This new legislation would ensure that each state upholds the rights of lawful concealed carriers from other states.

Use Your Power!

NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action is urging members to contact their Senators and representative and ask them to co-sponsor S 446 and HR 38. Contact them by clicking here.

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