Chief Dennis Murphy: National Reciprocity a 'No-Brainer'

In the pages of The Columbia Dispatch, Chief Dennis Murphy of the Gahanna, Ohio Police Department calls national concealed carry reciprocity legislation a no-brainer. Noting the countless incidents of law-abiding gun owners accidentally breaking state gun laws that land them in jail, he says it's got to stop. A gun owner who is trustworthy to carry concealed in one state should have the right to do so in another. Crossing a state line doesn't make a law-abiding citizen want to commit crimes. Chief Murphy praises NRA-ILA media liaison Amy Hunter and everyone else at the NRA for their support in getting the word out about the essential legislation. Originally aired on Cam & Co 12/05/17.


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