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The Constitutional/Permitless Carry bill has passed both House and Senate and has been sent to Governor Burgum. From what I've heard, he is expected to sign it into law.



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Great news.


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If he does that sounds great.

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Sweet. I love how this continues to spread like concealed carry did.


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Outstanding.


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Update: signed into law March 23, takes effect Aug. 1

Governor Doug Burgum today signed legislation allowing law-abiding citizens to carry a concealed handgun if they have possessed a valid North Dakota driver’s license or state ID card for at least a year.

The “constitutional carry” authority provided under House Bill 1169 applies only within North Dakota’s borders. Those wanting concealed carry reciprocity with other states must apply for a Class 1 or Class 2 North Dakota concealed weapon license, for which the requirements remain unchanged.

Current law only requires an applicant for a Class 2 license to complete an open-book test, at a cost of up to $50, and undergo a criminal history records check. Class 1 licenses require firearms training and additional requirements. Both licenses carry a $60 application fee.

Under HB 1169, anyone who is eligible to possess a Class 2 firearm license and has had a valid driver’s license or state ID card for at least a year may carry a concealed firearm. Law enforcement officials recommended the state ID language, as well as the bill’s requirement that anyone carrying a concealed weapon inform law enforcement of the weapon during a traffic stop or other contact.

Someone who has been convicted of a felony or crime of violence will still be precluded from carrying a handgun under this new law. Individuals who initiate the purchase of a handgun from a federally licensed dealer are still required to undergo a federal background check, which runs their name and descriptive information through three national databases.



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Query: If it is truly "constitutional" carry, why is a statute needed?




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Query: If it is truly "constitutional" carry, why is a statute needed?


Now that's a good question. Perhaps they should just call it Permitless Carry.



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yep..no permit but you still need a state DL or ID and 6 months residence.

But I'll take it. I am guessing I will still renew my permit for out of state carry
 
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yep..no permit but you still need a state DL or ID and 6 months residence.

But I'll take it. I am guessing I will still renew my permit for out of state carry
The other info posted says one year, not 6 months. Is there are link to the statute someone could provide?


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The Constitutional/Permitless Carry bill has passed both House and Senate and has been sent to Governor Burgum. From what I've heard, he is expected to sign it into law.


Congratulations! We just went through this in NH last month...it took many tries and hard working legislators and senators but the thing that really helped it was finally a Republican governor was voted in.
 
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