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    Constitutional Carry question.

    I'm looking for a good, in depth, explanation of Constitutional Carry.

    No lawyer tirades please, just some concise info for a normal guy... Thanks in advance!
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    Both open and concealed carry with no permit or registration of any kind.
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    Has there been any move towards a true 2A Constitutional Carry?

    Does a State Constitutional Carry effect where you can carry of do all the same restrictions apply? I.e. work, Post Office, etc.?

    Any good websites covering this?
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    The canonical "constitutional carry" states are Vermont, Alaska, and Arizona and each does restrict to some degree where you can carry. For example, in Alaska you may not carry in a school or a court building or in the areas where carry is prohibited by federal law (post offices, federal buildings, military bases, etc.). Additionally, in Alaska it is illegal to carry a firearm in a private home without the permission of an adult who lives there. You probably could be cited for trespassing if the owner of a property tells you that you may not carry but you refuse to go. That's about it in Alaska. I may have missed one or two, but the restrictions are few.

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