Governor Stitt Signs Gun Bill

Governor Stitt on Wednesday signed House Bill 2597, the so-called "Constitutional Carry" bill that allows concealed or unconcealed carry of firearms by any person at least 21 years of age or older, unless they have a felony conviction or a domestic violence conviction or an adjudicated mental illness.

"Oklahomans are strong supporters of the Second Amendment, and they made their voices known as I traveled across all 77 counties last year," said Stitt. "I would like to thank Representative Jon Echols and Senator Kim David for championing this piece of legislation and for finding balance for both private property owners and our Second Amendment rights."

House Bill 2597 goes into effect November first. (photo provided)

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