ND Senate approves bill allowing stun guns to be carried without license

BISMARCK, N.D. (GPN) – Stun guns that deliver a jolt of electricity are increasingly popular with women in western North Dakota’s oil country. On Friday the North Dakota Senate exempted the guns from the state’s law governing concealed weapons. That means someone who wants to carry a hidden stun gun won’t need to get a state license to carry a concealed weapon.

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