Permitless Carry Introduced in Kentucky
Will Kentucky Become the Next Constitutional Carry State?
Click on the Take Action button and urge your state senator to vote for Senate Bill 257, a bill that will protect your right to carry a gun without registering yourself with the government or paying a permission fee.
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Constitutional Carry legislation has been introduced in the Kentucky Legislature.
Senate Bill 257 specifies that a person who may otherwise legally carry a concealed handgun is not required to obtain or possess a license or permit from the state to carry a concealed handgun.
In other words, you can carry a concealed gun without registering yourself with the government or paying a permission fee.
If you have to ask for permission, pay a tax on it and register yourself with the government, it’s not a right.
Constitutional Carry fixes that.
Go here to tell your state senator to vote for Senate Bill 257, which was introduced by Sen. Albert Robinson (R).