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Lawmaker Looks to Change Conceal Carry Age

Lawmaker Looks to Change Conceal Carry Age

 You can vote and join the military at age 18, and now one Wisconsin lawmaker wants to allow people to carry a gun at that age as well. Republican Shae Sortwell has a plan to lower the age for concealed carry permits down to 18.

Right now you have to be 21 in order to legally carry a concealed weapon in Wisconsin. Sortwell says 18-year-olds are legally adults, and they should be treated as such.

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