Thursday, April 29, 2021

Your Good News of the Day: 20 States Now Have Constitutional Carry

 Texas is next.  Abbott says he'll sign if the legislature sends him the bill.

Tennessee joined 19 other states that allow constitutional carry when Gov. Bill Lee signed Senate Bill 765/House Bill 786 into law earlier this month. The measure takes effect July 1, applies to law-abiding citizens 20 and older, and a provision includes those serving in the military who are 18 to 20 years of age.

The other states with constitutional carry laws are Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho,Iowa,  Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah (effective May 5), Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming.


  1. 20 and older?
    'cept for military.
    These tyrants just drag random numbers out of their asses, jerkin' normal people around.

  2. Whaaaaat?
    You are allowing an 18 year old soldier to carry a gun?
    This world really is going to hell in a hand basket.

  3. It's far from a done deal. The Texas Senate has to approve and the votes aren't there at present.

  4. Wonder what the Feds plan is to cancel all of this?