Arkansas is the 5th state to be a Constitutional Carry state
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    Arkansas is the 5th state to be a Constitutional Carry state

    Arkansas is the 5th state to be a Constitutional Carry state.

    Please read and see if you come to the same conclusion.

    Act 746 Arkansas
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    I don't quite see that as Constitutional Carry. There's still limitations to the general carry of a firearm - like the "journey beyond one's home county". As if one is never attacked in their home county?

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    These articles are in pdf form so I'm posting the links, sorry, my typing skills pretty much blows!

    http://www.arkansascarry.com/media/k...ntofAct746.pdf

    They explain their method of getting the language in the bill.
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    This one seems to include non-residents as well...

  6. Arkansas is the 5th state to be a Constitutional Carry state

    As it is described in the first link, the burden of proof is on the carrier to prove that they had no criminal intent. Now it puts the burden on the prosecutor to prove criminal intent. Isn't that openly admitting you just realized your laws as is are "guilty until proven innocent?" Sounds kinda unconstitutional and anti-American.

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