Russia Easing Rules on Concealed Carry

Perhaps after years of strict gun control and astronomical violent crime rates, the Russians government is finally coming to their senses. But this part is also interesting:

In addition, the amendment softened requirements for foreigners bringing arms into the Russian Federation or purchasing arms on Russian territory. The grace period for foreigners awaiting a license from the Interior Ministry for firearms has been increased from 5 to 10 days.

Not that it would make me any more likely to visit Russia, but it would help. I’d be more wary of their drivers, to be honest. The article notes that “The legislation also forbids carrying a weapon while under the influence of alcohol,” which I suspect disqualifies a more than significant part of the population.

2 Responses to “Russia Easing Rules on Concealed Carry”

  1. Ian Argent says:

    Polymer pepperbox pistols? That’s what the pic illustrating the article appears to be of

  2. My Wagon Party Has Cholera says:

    Those are less-than-lethals. Big sellers in a country with high carjacking/home invasions and no RKBA.