Bluefield Daily Telegraph: West Virginia House set for vote on permitless gun bill

West Virginia lawmakers are set to vote on a bill that would lift permit requirements to carry a covered-up gun.

The Republican-led House of Delegates is slated to vote on the concealed carry legislation Monday.

Currently, it’s legal in West Virginia to carry a gun without a permit openly, like in a holster.

The bill would let people cover up guns without a permit in public; for instance, by wearing a coat. People ages 18 through 20 would still need a permit and training under the proposal.

Only a handful of states do not require concealed carry permits.

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