Mary Fallin

Good news for gun owners coming to Oklahoma

by American Firearms Review  |  published on October 29, 2012

Oklahoma recently passed a law allowing citizens to carry guns at will. Now the law’s date of effect is approaching and the state’s residents are happily preparing:

Wilson teaches gun safety out of the “SBR Defensive Training” classroom near his home. He said business has picked up since Gov. Mary Fallin signed a bill in May making Oklahoma the 25th state in the nation to allow registered residents to openly carry firearms. The law takes effect Nov. 1.

“I don’t know what it is exactly that’s gotten people so excited,” Wilson said. “But since the bill was signed, it’s been busier here.”

Oklahoma has long been praised by the NRA and attacked by the Brady Campaign for being one of the most pro-gun states in the country. We’re glad to see them bulwarking their citizens’ Second Amendment rights like this.

The best part of that article, taken from the Muskogee Phoenix, is the local sheriff’s optimistic reaction to the new law:

“We operate under the assumption that everyone is armed,” said Muskogee County Sheriff Charles Pearson. “If people are responsible about it and responsible about taking care of their weapons and protecting their weapons, I see it as a good thing.”

They make ‘em good in Oklahoma.

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