The Glock 45 is a popular choice for first-time handgun owners because of its simple design and operation. Photo taken at Four Guns in Lafayette. The debate around guns has once again flared across the nation, and Indiana is no exception. The Indiana House of Representatives passed a gun bill on Feb. 22 that would remove the need for a license for open and concealed carry. Given Indiana’s Republican supermajority, which is strongly in favor of gun rights, House Bill 1369 passed 65-31.