While The United States as a whole allows guns, individual states have their own rules when it comes to concealed carry, who can do it, and when and where it’s permitted. This is the essence of concealed carry “reciprocity” – how your home state’s gun rules translate over into other states willing to acknowledge your firearms training and carrying credentials.
The Second Amendment (known simply as “2A” in many firearm circles) is an amendment of the United States Constitution that was added as part of The Bill of Rights. It guarantees the right of the people to bear arms. Many feel it bestows essential rights in personal defense and home defense. Some call it an anachronism that does more harm than good. This article will explore how the Second Amendment is perceived, how it has fared legally, and what may lie ahead for it.
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America has always been a nation of riflemen. The history of rifles in the USA dates back to the Revolutionary War and maybe even further. The love for rifles never waned and is still as strong as it ever was, so much so that people have started considering rifles as a dependable firearm for their homes. Yes, that's right, we are talking rifles for home security.
Open carry and concealed carry are buzz phrases that you hear frequently from both firearm enthusiasts and the media, but these phrases are sometimes conflated with each other or misused. They also have different meanings depending on state laws.