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e Second Amendment does not protect concealed weapons, so says a federal appeals court in California. Which ruled on Thursday that firearm owners have no constitutional right to carry a concealed gun in public if they face no specific danger. Reuters' Correspondent Alex Dubinsky.>> This could potentially be a big deal in the national debate over gun law if in fact down the road it gets appealed to the Supreme Court.
Because then you're gonna have this finding that the Second Amendment doesn't apply to concealed weapons. And the Supreme Court is gonna have to wrestle with that. The case is probably not gonna to to the Supreme Court immediately according to at least one legal expert I spoke to. The ruling isn't really gonna change very much right now for people who have concealed weapons in California.
But it does prevent the kind of widespread application of concealed carry that could have resulted if the court had gone a different way.>> California law allows for local sheriffs to determine who has good cause to carry a weapon. Whether it's someone who's been threatened or works in a risky occupation.