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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Howard Stern Backs Trump's Push For National Right To Carry

On The Howard Stern Show last week, host Howard Stern questioned why concealed permit holders are only allowed to carry their guns in certain states and voiced support for Donald Trump’s plan to use national reciprocity — or national right to carry — to remove such limitations.

As gun law currently stands, states set up agreements with other states whereby permit holders from a given state can only carry a gun for self-defense in other states with whom they have reciprocity. Under this scenario, a concealed permit holder driving from St. Louis, Missouri, to Louisville, Kentucky, on I-64 would be able to carry a gun in Missouri, Indiana, and Kentucky, but his license would not be recognized in Illinois, through which he must also drive on his way to Louisville.

According to the NRA-ILA, Stern opined on such a scenario, saying, “When you think about it, somebody is a legal and responsible gun owner – let’s say in Massachusetts – why when he crosses the border is he suddenly an outlaw?”

National reciprocity fixes this by making the concealed carry permit from one state valid in all states, similar to a driver’s license. Trump supports such a change, and when co-host Robin Quivers brought up Trump’s position, Stern said, “Makes total sense. I support that.”



Anonymous said...

I live in WV. No CC permit required. So they should let me CC in every state with just WV ID.

Anonymous said...

This is Long overdue.

Anonymous said...

No permit should be needed period. Including most people with criminal records. Sexual crimes, gun /violent crimes should be the only exclusion. Done their time. It's over! Feel dame about voting

Anonymous said...

No permit is needed.

Anonymous said...

Any citizen with no criminal record should be allowed. NO convicted criminals should be allowed. Convicted felons should never be allowed to vote.
They made the choice. They should have to live with it.

Anonymous said...

I need to walk my dog. I should be allowed cc.