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    Visiting Next week

    Hi I will be in San Diego next week for my daughters wedding. Whats the advice for carrying while I am in town? I currently have my Permit to carry in Minnesota (where I live) and I think I would feel almost naked without my pistol but also do not want to be become a target (to the thugs as well as the LEO's). Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I will be in La Jolla to be exact and will be in town for 7 days. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage250/3000 View Post
    Hi I will be in San Diego next week for my daughters wedding. Whats the advice for carrying while I am in town? I currently have my Permit to carry in Minnesota (where I live) and I think I would feel almost naked without my pistol but also do not want to be become a target (to the thugs as well as the LEO's). Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I will be in La Jolla to be exact and will be in town for 7 days. Thanks
    I would not even think about carrying a handgun in California

    CA does not honor concealed permits from other states.
    http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/california.pdf

    California is not a traditional open carry state. Open carry is generally prohibited except in unincorporated areas where the county has not made open carry illegal, or, pursuant to a CA open carry permit issued and valid only in a county with a population of less than 200,000 persons.
    http://www.opencarry.org/ca.html



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    Thanks....I was under the impression that I could carry openly but unloaded. Thats all I needed to know. Hang in there and we can all hope that CA will be a " Permit to Carry" state soon.

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