Adding open carry to the mix should have a big impact on business.
Friday, KARK went to Don's Weaponry in North Little Rock where the ammo is flying off the shelves, and there's a waiting list for concealed carry classes that fill up every two weeks.
Add the possibility of open carry to the mix, and for business, the sky's the limit.
Tom Miller has had his concealed carry license for a couple of years. He hits the range to stay sharp, but he is not sold on open carry.
"I'm not keen on it, but to each their own," says Miller.
Don Hill, the owner of Don's Weaponry, is sold on it as a concept.
"I'm okay with it either way. I would never carry mine open because it's too easy to access for somebody else," says Hill.
Concealed carry classes at Don's Weaponry fill up fast. More women are taking them now, and Hill thinks it is something you should do to protect yourself.
"What would you say to people against concealed carry or open carry?" asked KARK4's Kelly Dudzik.
"They're stupid," says Hill.
With the popularity of carrying a gun in Arkansas on the rise, Hill gets a lot of questions at his classes.
"Guy steals my car, can I shoot him? Stuff like that. You tell them, no, you can't. Your life must be in danger," says Hill.
Open carry would mean more business for Hill, who feels that gun laws can only go so far to protect people because he thinks the bad guys will always find a way to grab a hold of a deadly weapon.
"Always, they have since the days of Jesus Christ. A criminal wants a gun, he's gonna get one," says Hill.
And, Miller is not worried lawmakers in Washington will take away his Second Amendment rights.
"Everybody gets paranoid that everything's gonna get outlawed, and they freak out and they go buy all the ammo and guns up, and it's not gonna happen," says Miller.
The concealed carry classes at Don's are usually five to six hours long in the classroom, plus, time at the range. They use Arkansas State Police standards.