In West Virginia Right-to-Carry reciprocity agreements have been reached by Attorney General Darrel McGraw (D) with North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, and South Dakota. These agreements were made possible by the successful passage of House Bill 3074, which would amend reciprocity requirements as well as authorize the Attorney General to execute reciprocity agreements with other states pertaining to the recognition of permits to carry concealed handguns.
Kentucky and Virginia already recognize Right-to-Carry permits issued in West Virginia.
West Virginia is working to reach agreements with several other states, including Michigan, Montana, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Vermont.
For more information on West Virginia’s Right-to-Carry reciprocity agreements, please visit http://www.wvago.gov/gunrecep.cfm.