Pennsylvania Strips Gun Rights from Law Abiding Virginians
Louisa, VA –Law abiding gun owners with a Virginia concealed carry permit will no longer be able to defend themselves or their family while in the state of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D-PA) made the announcement that beginning May 16th, Virginia concealed carry permits will not be recognized, claiming Virginia’s background check system is insufficient for Pennsylvania. This disappointing decision continues the recent trend of punishing responsible gun owners.
“Pennsylvania is about to get less safe for law-abiding Virginia gun owners,” former Virginia Attorney General and partner of USDL Ken Cuccinelli stated. “Unfortunately, Virginia’s anti-2nd Amendment Governor and Attorney General will not fight to fix this problem, as they want law-abiding Virginians disarmed,” Cuccinelli noted. “Given how many hunters travel between Virginia and Pennsylvania, not to mention those of us with family in Pennsylvania, this action is going to particularly hurt.”
USDL Partner and Virginia “Super-Lawyer” Graven Craig added, “this action does not make anyone safer from those Virginia deems responsible, it only disarms the good guys and girls.”
A link to the article highlighting more information on this troubling decision may be referenced here: http://www.pennlive.com/news/2018/04/can_i_carry_a_concealed_gun_he.html
United Self-Defense Law is a 2nd Amendment focused law firm based out of Louisa, Virginia and has been practicing since 2014. Representing responsible gun-owners throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia, the attorneys at USDL believe when you are forced to fight for your life, you should have someone ready to fight for you in court.
For more information, please contact Alex Meyer at (804) 955-9908. To learn more about the United Self-Defense Law Firm, visit www.gundefenselaw.com