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    Open Carry at Mt. Charleston

    Does anybody know if you can OC at Mt. Charleston?
    I am taking my family camping and wanted to make sure it is still OK to OC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.M.D. View Post
    Does anybody know if you can OC at Mt. Charleston?
    I am taking my family camping and wanted to make sure it is still OK to OC.
    I cannot recall being there without OC'ing, not a legal Cite, just have no knoledge of prohibition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DON`T TREAD ON ME View Post
    I cannot recall being there without OC'ing, not a legal Cite, just have no knoledge of prohibition.
    I think it would depend on where you camp. If it is a state park your are ok, If it is county you might have problems. If it is private, then it is up to the owner. Out in the boonies you should be fine as well..

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    Doesn't some of it fall within the technical borders of the BLM-controlled Red Rock National Conservation Area? If so, they require unloaded, BUT I've never seen those guys up there, and I doubt Metro would enforce that, much less even know about it.
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    Looks like its under Forest Service. http://www.americansouthwest.net/nev...nt-charleston/

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    Post #38 on this thread is where I had seen some possibly useful info: http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...en-Carry/page2
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