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  • 25 US States are now Constitutional Carry

    Governor Kemp Makes Georgia 25th Member of Constitutional Carry Club
    AmmoLand ^ | April 12, 2022 | Dean Weingarten

    On Tuesday, April 12, Governor Brian Kemp of Georgia signed SB319, the Constitutional Carry (permitless carry) bill. The bill became effective when the Governor signed the bill.

    Second Amendment supporters have been attempting to pass Constitutional Carry through the Georgia legislature for years. Governor Kemp pledged support for the measure in 2018. From fox5
    Kemp said the bill is a public safety measure.

    “SB 319 makes sure that law-abiding Georgians — law-abiding Georgians, including out daughters and your family too — can protect themselves without having the permission of the state government. The constitution of the United States gives us that right, not the government,” Kemp said Tuesday. “HB 218 ensures that individuals who are licensed to carry in another state are also authorized to do so here in Georgia.”

    The governor initially promised the measure when he first ran for governor in 2018, but little was done to advance it. It’s been revived now that Kemp faces opposition in this year’s primary from former U.S. Republican Sen. David Perdue and others. Longtime proponents of gun rights have credited Kemp’s advocacy for moving the issue forward.

  • #2
    The Constitution does not "give us" the right, it protects one given us by God.

    [FONT=Arial]When they ask me, "Paper or plastic?" I just say, "Doesn't matter to me. I am bi-sacksual." [/FONT]

    Texan by choice, not accident of birth


    • #3
      Need to get even more on board! Florida's governor said he would sign it
      if/when it gets to his desk. How about any others? Inquiring minds want to