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    question about printing

    I was wandering about printing while cc, i know that November 1 is just around the corner and it won't matter at that time.(can't wait) but until then while i cc i know sometimes i do print. I carry a 9mm smith and Wesson sigma. Is it actually against the law to print.

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    if you are printing, then you are not concealed, ergo, not in compliance with current law. After Nov. 1, different story.

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    I have never seen a reference to printing in Oklahoma statutes. May be some but I have never seen any.
    The definition of concealed is here.

    "From the state citation 21-1290-2 Definitions

    1. "Concealed handgun" means a loaded or unloaded pistol carried hidden from the detection and view of another person either upon or about the person, in a purse or other container belonging to the person, or in a vehicle which is operated by the person or in which the person is riding as a passenger; and..."

    Would one be safe to assume that if a person notices your weapon under a shirt that you would have violated the the law? I have not heard of any case law in Oklahoma one way or the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr View Post
    I have never seen a reference to printing in Oklahoma statutes. May be some but I have never seen any.
    The definition of concealed is here.

    "From the state citation 21-1290-2 Definitions

    1. "Concealed handgun" means a loaded or unloaded pistol carried hidden from the detection and view of another person either upon or about the person, in a purse or other container belonging to the person, or in a vehicle which is operated by the person or in which the person is riding as a passenger; and..."

    Would one be safe to assume that if a person notices your weapon under a shirt that you would have violated the the law? I have not heard of any case law in Oklahoma one way or the other.

    Michael
    You are correct, if another person can see or detect/discern that you are carrying a firearm, you have technically violated the law. All this goes away after Nov 1.
    I am not a lawyer and nothing I say should be accepted as legal advice

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    Thanks for the info yeah i just can not wait till open carry

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