WV Attorney General’s Office continues concealed carry agreements with North Dakota

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West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has announced his office has affirmed concealed carry recognition with the state of North Dakota. 

According to the Attorney General’s Office, this means North Dakota will continue to recognize concealed handgun licenses and provisional licenses to West Virginians who are age 18 and older.

On August 31 Attorney General’s Office previously announced affirmed concealed carry reciprocity agreements with six states, including Texas. Additionally, concealed carry recognition was affirmed with 10 other states, including North Carolina on August 3. 

Many states that allow West Virginians to carry concealed handguns within their borders do so only on the basis of the person having a West Virginia concealed carry license. West Virginians that wish to obtain a concealed handgun license can do so by contacting their local sheriff’s office.

For a full list of states and more information regarding West Virginia concealed carry licenses, visit the Attorney General’s Gun Reciprocity page on the official website.

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