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    Non resident oc question.

    I have looked thru the posts on Georgia open carry and have a question. If my out of state ccl is honored in Georgia can I open carry or do I need to get a Georgia permit to oc.

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    Georgia law makes no distinction between OC and CC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conandan View Post
    I have looked thru the posts on Georgia open carry and have a question. If my out of state ccl is honored in Georgia can I open carry or do I need to get a Georgia permit to oc.
    if ga recognizes your license your good to carry cc or oc
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    If I understand correctly a non-resident without a permit can still transport a handgun un-loaded locked in his/her car trunk. If they stay over one night in Georgia can they legally move the handgun to the hotel room and back into the car trunk in the morning?

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    yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoVaJohn View Post
    If I understand correctly a non-resident without a permit can still transport a handgun un-loaded locked in his/her car trunk. If they stay over one night in Georgia can they legally move the handgun to the hotel room and back into the car trunk in the morning?
    Yes BUT...The statute says it needs to be HIS or HER vehicle. A rental may qualify but driving a friends car may not.

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