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Most [[State]]s of the [[USA]] allow citizens to carry concealed [[weapons]] (usually a [[handgun]]), providing they have a '''legal permit''' to do so. In "[[free state]]s" such as [[Idaho]], [[Wyoming]], [[Montana]], [[Alaska]], [[Arizona]] the only "permit" required is the [[Second Amendment]].
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Most [[State]]s of the [[USA]] allow citizens to carry concealed [[weapons]] (usually a [[handgun]]), providing they have a '''legal permit''' to do so. This concealed weapon permit is commonly referred to as a CWL, CCL, CWP, or CCP depending on the state. Contrast concealed carry with [[Open carry]].
  
== See also ==
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In "[[free state]]s" such as [[Idaho]], [[Wyoming]], [[Montana]], [[Alaska]], [[Arizona]] the only "permit" required is the [[Second Amendment]]. This type of concealled carry is called [[Constitutional carry]].
* [[Open carry]]
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==See Also==
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* [[Pocket pistol]]
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* [[IWB holster]]
  
 
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Revision as of 01:25, 1 April 2016

Most States of the USA allow citizens to carry concealed weapons (usually a handgun), providing they have a legal permit to do so. This concealed weapon permit is commonly referred to as a CWL, CCL, CWP, or CCP depending on the state. Contrast concealed carry with Open carry.

In "free states" such as Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Alaska, Arizona the only "permit" required is the Second Amendment. This type of concealled carry is called Constitutional carry.

See Also