Thread: Question about sb 1733
According to sb 1733 it defines a unconcealed handgun as a handgun carried in a belt holster, shoulder holster, scabbard or case that is wholly or partially visible. What exactly falls under the category of a scabbard for a handgun? I have only heard of scabbards for rifles and shotguns.
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The reason im asking is i was wondering if I were to OC with a thigh holster if that would be considered a scabbard and be legal to OC with?
It seems that a thigh holster would work, but I am not a lawyer and have never played one on TV. If I have a chance to ask a lawyer, I will and let you know what they say.
I am not a lawyer and nothing I say should be accepted as legal advice
Ok thank you. I thought a thigh holster should be ok just dont want to get in trouble over it if i did decide to use it.