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WV AG announces handgun reciprocity with Nevada

August 7th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey recently announced that West Virginia now has full concealed carry handgun reciprocity with State of Nevada, ensuring that citizens’ concealed handgun licenses issued by either state will be recognized by the other.

“As Attorney General, it has been a priority to protect the Second Amendment rights of West Virginians and those who visit here,” Attorney General Morrisey said. “This agreement marks 32 states with which West Virginia has full reciprocity or recognition.”

Morrisey said the mutual recognition agreement is another positive step for legal gun owners living in West Virginia and Nevada.

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