OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA — Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill into law today that transforms the carrying of firearms in the state. The bill, HB 2597, allows Oklahoma residents to carry a firearm without the need for a permit. This is better known as Constitutional Carry.
Local media reports;
The bill would permit Oklahomans age 21 and older to carry a firearm without a permit. Veterans, active duty and reserve military members age 18 and over would be allowed to carry without a permit under the bill. The bill also prohibits felons, those with domestic violence convictions or anyone who have been adjudicated as having a mental illness from carrying a firearm.via koco.com
The full text of the bill can be read here.
The bill passed today by a vote of 40-6.