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Gun laws: Indiana becomes permitless carry state Friday

Indiana Drops Permit Requirement for Carrying a Gun.

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By FOX19 Digital Staff

INDIANAPOLIS, In. (WXIX) – Indiana residents will no longer need a permit to legally carry in the state beginning Friday.

House Bill 1296, signed into law on March 21, allows most residents 18 and older to carry, conceal or transport a handgun in public without a background check over and above whatever check was required to purchase the handgun in the first place.

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