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ATW: Wisconsin Gun Laws and How They Differ From Neighboring States

The Newsmax.com reports:

Wisconsin’s gun laws are lenient when compared to its neighboring states.

To purchase, own, and carry firearms in Wisconsin, residents don’t need a permit or license for handguns, rifles, or shotguns, according to the NRA-ILA. There is, however, a 48-hour waiting period for a permit to purchase a handgun.

Wisconsin is also an open carry state, which means citizens may lawfully carry a firearm in public. They may not, however, openly carry a weapon in a vehicle.

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ATW: Wisconsin Gun Laws and How They Differ From Neighboring States

By law, Wisconsin is a ??shall-issue? state for a concealed carrying license

The Newsmax.com reports:

Wisconsin??s gun laws are lenient when compared to its neighboring states.

To purchase, own, and carry firearms in Wisconsin, residents don??t need a permit or license for handguns, rifles, or shotguns, according to the NRA-ILA. There is, however, a 48-hour waiting period for a permit to purchase a handgun.

Wisconsin is also an open carry state, which means citizens may lawfully carry a firearm in public. They may not, however, openly carry a weapon in a vehicle.

Read the rest of the article here.

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Neil W. McCabe is the editor of HE's "Guns & Patriots" e-letter and was a senior reporter at the Human Events newspaper. McCabe deployed with the Army Reserve to Iraq for 15 months as a combat historian. For many years, he was a reporter and photographer for "The Pilot," Boston's Catholic paper. He was also the editor of the free community papers "The Somerville (Mass.) News and "The Alewife (North Cambridge, Mass.)." Email him: neilwmccabe@gmail.com Follow him on Twitter: @neilwmccabe.

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