Yes, that only applies to a CPL holdernow, I see post every so often from Michiganders but am unsure if im following correctly.. a bank is apparently off limits, but i swear Ive read somewhere as long as its not a federal reserve bank its ok... or is that for a CPL holder?
Reference 750.231a and 750.227 (2)and as for transportation:
if I were to drive to for example, Subway for lunch... the pistol would need to be inside the case locked in the trunk of my car on the way there, but upon arrival it would be lawful to pop the trunk and remove the case with the pistol from the vehicle and place it anywhere outside of the vehicle such as the top of the trunk lid, hood, ground etc. and then proceed with loading it and placing in the holster then i would be ok to walk in and proceed with my usual business correct?
Yes, if it's private property and they ask you to leave you must leave. If they ask you to take the gun to your car you can do that. For me though, if I was asked to take my gun to my car I would simply leave in most situations.then say that i was told that firearms were not allowed on the property by a manager/employee/owner I would be required to leave immediately.. no distractions, straight to the car.. grab the case from the trunk and return it to the case outside of the vehicle again and leave the premises
Yeah pretty much. Localities are preempted in Michigan. 123.1102walking around town down the sidewalks/roads is fair game as long as it is visible and in a holster too?
As far as I know you're legal everywhere if it's a state park.and lastly, i have been pondering and seem to be unable to find a certain answer anywhere online..
in the spring time i spend alot of time in the state parks, walking/hiking/harvesting seasonal fruits/vegetables... is it legal to open carry everywhere in the state park or only in hunting zoned sections?.. and also while ice fishing on a lake with a public access its fair game to OC too?
No problem. You seem to have attempted to do your homework and have a fairly good understanding of the laws. I'd suggesting making sure you know the laws incredibly well especially when OCing without a CPL. May help to find someone in your area who is a veteran OCer to meet with for lunch and discuss OC.sorry for my ignorance or if i seemed to drag on, but in my opinion there is no stupid questions.
and if this is posted in the wrong section, i apologize.. i felt the Michigan section would get the most hits pertaining to Michigan
ETA: I AM NOT A LAWYER