Going to be in your beautiful state for a couple of months.
I wanted to know if I would be good to go open carrying a long gun while fishing and hiking on state lands?
Edit: I will be in Colorado, thought I posted this in the Colorado section.
Last edited by beardog30; 01-07-2013 at 08:05 PM.
Sorry, I thought I posted this in the Colorado section..I will be in Colorado.
You should be good to go. The only restriction would be that you cannot have a round chambered while the gun is in your vehicle (long guns only, doesn't apply to handguns). Unless there is some obscure hunting law, I'm not aware of anything prohibiting you.
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I second PikesPeakMtnMan. You're good to go. Just don't have a round chambered in a vehicle with a long gun/shotgun. Handguns, you can carry with a round chambered here in CO in your vehicle. I see quite a bit of folks carrying in the mountains with a holstered sidearm and a rifle/shotgun slung over their shoulders while out in the national forest. CC still requires a permit or reciprocity with an out of state permit, but OC is welcome here. Just stay out of Denver County!