State lawmakers will hear a bill aimed to repeal permitless carry on Thursday.
If passed, House Bill 3357 would make it to where Oklahoman's, 21 and older, can no longer openly carry firearms without a background check or training.
This comes just one year after state lawmakers signed Constitutional Carry into law.
The bill will be presented Thursday morning at the State Capitol to the House Public Safety Committee.
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