Vermont's Concealed Carry

Vermont allows concealed carry without a license as long as the person is a U.S. citizen. You must be 16 years old to concealed carry. Concealed carry of handguns in vehicles is legal. Firearms are banned from school grounds.

What is Concealed Carry?

Concealed carry is the ability to, legally carry a gun that is not plainly visible. This applies to carrying it on one's person, or inside their vehicle. While many states allow concealed carry of a firearm on one's person with a permit, most do not allow concealed carry in a vehicle, or have strict guidelines on how the gun must be stored.

Most states require the applicant be at least 21 to apply for a permit, along with other requirements unique from state to state. There is a fee invaulved in getting a CCW which varies widly from state to state. Some states honor the concealed carry permit of certain other states (see the Permits Honored section for a complete listing).

Other Vermont firearm laws

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