11 thoughts on “Gun Laws By State”

  1. It’s wrong. It’s got a few statements that are not law in Utah.

    You are NOT prohibited from carrying in any church. Only ones that have posted or notified the public in the manners afforded by law.

    You are NOT prohibited from carrying in any law enforcement facilities. Only secure areas of jails.

    Utah recognizes the permits of all states, not just ones that reciprocate.

    If they have that much wrong, what else is wrong in other states? I’ll pass.

    1. Similarly wrong about Missouri, where most of the “banned” locations are only if they ask you to leave and you don’t. Even then, if they have to call peace officer the first offense is a slap on the wrist.

      Can’t recommend it, especially given how little info it conveys for Missouri.

  2. I’d say the nraila.org site is a much better resource. There isn’t as much info on this site as over at NRA’s. handgunlaw.us is a pretty good site too.

  3. Unfortunately, still another state’s info is not correct. Major changes to North Carolina’s laws, which went into effect last December, concerning reciprocity, as well well as no carry areas have not been included.

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