ATLANTA, USA – Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed two measures on Tuesday –
• Removing restrictions such as a need to require a license or background check inorder to carry a gun for lawful weapon carriers.
• The second measure allows concealed guns permit holders from other states the freedom to carry them concealed legally in Georgia.
The Senate bill SB 319
People with unresolved civil rights issues, convicted felons are still barred from gun ownership or possession.
No weapons would be permitted at airports and secured government premises.
Gun buyers and those without a gun license, a background check is a must when purchasing these weapons from stores and gun dealers.
Long guns such as riffles, short guns have not needed a carry license. Georgia has not required training to get a license. There is no waiting period in Georgia when buying a gun.
Georgia state joins other US states that don’t require license or permits to carry guns normally referred to as The Constitutional Carry states.
According World Population Review, The Constitutional Carry states are: Alaska (residents only), Arizona, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, Vermont (does not issue permits), West Virginia (residents only), and Wyoming.