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Attorney General McGraw Annouces Handgun Reciprocity Agreement with Pennsylvania


Charleston – Attorney General Darrell McGraw announced today that he has entered into a concealed handgun reciprocity agreement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

“Residents of West Virginia and Pennsylvania who are age 21 and older, who hold valid concealed licenses or permits issued in their home state may now carry concealed handguns in each state,” stated McGraw. “It is important for licensees to remember to have their license in their possession and when in a reciprocating state the licensee is bound by the laws of that state relating to concealed handguns,” said McGraw.

Information relating to West Virginia handgun laws generally and reciprocity and recognition of state law licenses is available on the Attorney General’s website: http://www.wvago.gov
 

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Harley Dude
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Yea!

I never did hear about the outcome of the move in PA to register all handguns? Anybody have any info about that challenge?
 
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I never did hear about the outcome of the move in PA to register all handguns? Anybody have any info about that challenge?

It actually called for annual registering of all firearms at $10/gun. It is still in Judiciary Committee. A couple of sponsors have pulled their names off. It is expected to die right there.
 
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