Under Trump, gun owners may look forward to nationwide concealed carry and an end to gun bans
Last year, Donald Trump - who said he has a concealed carry permit - called for the expansion of gun rights, including making those permits applicable nationwide.
In a position paper published on his website, Trump called for the elimination of gun and magazine bans, labeling them a "total failure."
"Law-abiding people should be allowed to own the firearm of their choice. The government has no business dictating what types of firearms good, honest people are allowed to own," Trump wrote.
"Opponents of gun rights try to come up with scary sounding phrases like 'assault weapons', 'military-style weapons' and 'high capacity magazines' to confuse people," Trump wrote. "What they’re really talking about are popular semi-automatic rifles and standard magazines that are owned by tens of millions of Americans."
Trump said in the paper he has a concealed carry permit. The permits, which are issued by states, should be valid nationwide like a driver's license, Trump said.
"If we can do that for driving - which is a privilege, not a right - then surely we can do that for concealed carry, which is a right, not a privilege," Trump said.
“It's too bad that some of the young people that were killed over the weekend didn't have guns attached to their (hip), frankly, where bullets could have flown in the opposite direction,” Mr. Trump told radio host Howie Carr.
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