Since I'm at work I'll chime in on this later, but I just saw this out of Wyoming and Arizona is thinking about it. Vermont and Alaska already have laws in place that do not require permits to carry. It seems to be a new trend among Right to Carry states. Remember one thing before you post, it's already against Federal and ALL state laws for felons to possess and carry guns. What do you think about it? Bill To Allow Concealed Firearms Passes Wyo. House - cbs4denver.com ------ Since no one has chimed in on this, and now that I have the time I'll go ahead and post my thoughts on this. I think this is a good idea because it takes away the hassle that the law abiding citizen has to go thru in order to obtain a permit. It's already illegal for criminals to carry and possess guns. It's almost as if the anti-gunners are saying "Well the criminals didn't carry when the permits were issued, now suddenly they will carry because law abiding people don't have to get permits". That logic holds no water because criminals will carry if there is a complete ban on carry or if there is complete freedom to carry. This is a huge step in the right to carry movement because it means that law abiding citizens no longer have to get "permission" to exercise a right of self defense. The law abiding wont change any just because they don't need a permit to carry. They will still be responsible, and criminals will still carry... but probably a lot less now since more people will be packing heat. The proof of this has been shown in Alaska and Vermont where permits have not been required to carry for years. Despite the "Wild West" claims of the anti-gunners... it simply didn't happen. The same will hold true in Wyoming and Arizona.