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Thursday, November 21, 2019

WEST VIRGINIA ATTORNEY GENERAL: Attorney General Morrisey Affirms Concealed Carry Recognition with Florida, Updates Annual Progress

By Press release submission | Sep 30, 2019


West Virginia Attorney General issued the following announcement on Sept. 25.

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced his office has affirmed concealed carry recognition with Florida and two other states, adding to a list of states announced earlier this year.

This means Florida will continue to recognize concealed handgun licenses issued to West Virginians who are age 21 and older.

“Mountaineers are always free, and that includes the freedom to exercise their Second Amendment rights when traveling to other states,” Attorney General Morrisey said. “This is a victory for gun owners and shows respect for concealed carry licenses between states.”

Each year, the West Virginia Attorney General’s Office engages in discussions with every state to ensure continued recognition of West Virginia’s concealed handgun licenses and explore the potential for expansion.

In addition to Florida, the Attorney General’s Office also recently affirmed concealed carry reciprocity or recognition with Idaho and Missouri.

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