Georgia: Two More States Added to the Right-to-Carry Reciprocity List

Posted on January 30, 2012

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On January 27, official Right-to-Carry reciprocity was recognized between Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens and the Attorneys General in Iowa and Wisconsin, Tom Miller and J.B. Van Hollen. Georgia now has Right-to-Carry reciprocity with twenty-six other states.

Iowa and Wisconsin will now recognize valid Georgia Firearm Permits, and in turn, Georgia will recognize valid Concealed Weapon Permits from Iowa and Concealed Weapon Licenses in Wisconsin.

Permit holders must comply with the laws that apply in whichever state they are traveling.

The NRA thanks Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens for his continued efforts in expanding Georgia’s Right-to-Carry reciprocity across the country, as well as Iowa and Wisconsin Attorneys General Tom Miller and J.B. Van Hollen for their assistance in this effort.  You can see the other states’ firearm licenses Georgia recognizes by clicking here.

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