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    50 State OC/CC Reference Chart

    Could you all give us a hand in making this reference chart? Thanks.

    http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...83#post1802783

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    Kentucky:

    OC w/o CDWL: Yes
    OC w CDWL: Yes
    CC w/o CDWL: Only on private land you own or named relative
    CC w CDWL: Yes
    LGOC (Long gun OC???): Yes, Loaded
    Disclosure (must inform an officer you are carrying?): No
    Vehicle OC: Yes, in plain sight or in factory installed compartment
    K-12: In your vehicle
    College: Not illegal in statute, colleges can "rule" it out. (Basically it is not against the law to carry, but they can say you can't)
    State parks Carry: Yes
    Off Limits: Loaded carry in places that serve alcohol to be consumed on premises; Public buildings can limit CC; Jails/prisoner holding places;


    Suggested add: Signs having weight of law. In Kentucky they don't.

    I support what you are doing. This will greatly help people traveling.
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    Thumbs up Thanks 09, edits made.

    LGOC is long gun

    Disclosure is - informing LEO of CC

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    I should probably clarify what I meant by colleges can "rule" it out. It is like all private business in Kentucky. My land my rules, it isn't against the law to break the rules. If you are a student you can be expelled for carrying, if you work there you can be fired. But they can't have you arrested for carrying (unless there is a law against breaking rules).




    Edit: Thanks Mottofixxer for correcting my spelling.
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    Similarly in Michigan, except that colleges are not subject to preemption due to some loophole in the constitution and some bad case law. State law says that you can carry as long as you are not in a class or dorm, however colleges are able to pass and enforce ordinances against the law abiding citizen. The penalties can include jail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 09jisaac View Post
    collages

    And maybe a little spelling correction??? Like "College"
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    Hit up 1234A Defender, he did a lot of leg work on it if I was better at excel I would have made a spread sheet that you could click your state and find out the relative info about the other states.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sudden valley gunner View Post
    Hit up 1234A Defender, he did a lot of leg work on it if I was better at excel I would have made a spread sheet that you could click your state and find out the relative info about the other states.
    thanks for the shout out Rob... missed my screen name by ...that much,, but you still get a cigar!

    I did make a chart 2 years ago.
    My chart lists 50..1 places... most are states,,some are commonwealths,, 1 is just a district,,D.C....
    My chart tells me where open carry is accepted.
    where open carry is Golden...
    where constitutional carry is.
    where my washington permit is honored.
    where my non res. Utah permit is honored.
    what states only allow open carry with an honored permit.
    what states will issue a non res. permit.
    what states only honor reisdent permits... 6 states... 2 of them like my washington permit...
    .... Wow ...more thoughts. other states like..Iliniose , California, New jersy, Hawaii dont really issue permits so they cant be counted....
    what states have full preemption.
    each states lawful carry of a gun in your car without a permit.
    and...what states requirer "duty to notify!!!

    I have tried to keep up with changes,,, but I might have missed some.
    If I was planning a trip, I would study those states in particular to make sure...

    mostly my sources are OCDO maps, and handgunlaw.us

    ETA... most of the info applies to all the states.
    Permits.. are state specific..

    guess what... Michigan.. has the most accepted permit in the country!
    Michigan also has some of the most convoluted gun laws in the country!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stainless1911 View Post
    I did see a problem with Washington, “OC Vehicle” it listed as “N/ Municipal Transit”. Public transit falls squarely under preemption, allowed in Washington.
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    C should be Y
    E should be on your property or IAW RCW 9.41.060
    G should be Y
    H should be N
    I should be Y w/CPL or unloaded
    K should be N as student
    L should be Y
    M should be N except over 21 by Liquor Control Board

    we hafve a good resource in our forum section http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...ights-Pamphlet

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    Please clarify M.

    And K is No carry for students only?

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