West Virginia: Attorney General Morrisey Affirms Right to Carry Reciprocity

Gun Rights

Yesterday, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced that his office has affirmed concealed carry reciprocity for eleven states, including neighboring Kentucky and Virginia. This follows his office conducting its annual review of its reciprocity agreements with other states.

“Many West Virginians choose to exercise their Second Amendment rights, and this helps them rest assured that their license will be recognized when they travel outside the Mountain State,” Attorney General Morrisey said. “We hope to continue this recognition for many years to come.”

Your NRA would like to thank AG Morrisey for doing his duty to ensure that the right of self-defense does not end at state borders. You may find more information on West Virginia’s concealed carry reciprocity here.

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