West Virginia maintains concealed carry reciprocity with Pennsylvania

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Important news for gun owners.

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced West Virginia is maintaining full concealed carry reciprocity with Pennsylvania.

The agreement means that Pennsylvania will continue to recognize valid handgun licenses issues to West Virginians 21 years of age or older.

The same holds for Pennsylvania license holders traveling to West Virginia.

The agreement does not recognize West Virginia’s provisional licenses issued to 18 to 20 year olds.

West Virginia also has reciprocity agreements with Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio.

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