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    Does WA code limit the # of weapons a person can carry, OC or CC? Thanks in advance, HR.

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    Your sole limit is your physical capability.

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    I can't think of any reason you'd need more than 4... Just sayin'...:celebrate



    Edit: Oops, I mean six, assuming a rifle and a shotty. :what:

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    No limits.


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    As has been mentioned above, there is no limit to the number of handguns one can carry in Washington state. I asked this question to a family friend of mine a while back, who happens to be a criminal defense attorney, lifetime NRA member, and all-around good guy, and he confirmed what has already been written!

    Two is one and one is none! Stay safe!

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    HOLYROLLER wrote:
    Does WA code limit the # of weapons a person can carry, OC or CC? Thanks in advance, HR.
    #? Why would the state limit the pounds of guns one could carry? As long as your pants stay up.

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    Mainsail wrote:
    HOLYROLLER wrote:
    Does WA code limit the # of weapons a person can carry, OC or CC? Thanks in advance, HR.
    #? Why would the state limit the pounds of guns one could carry? As long as your pants stay up.
    LOL...I have asturdy belt!

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    Anyone else remember when the WA permit read "Concealed Wapons"
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    My guess is that the Concealed Weapons Permit CWP changed to a Concealed Pistol License about 12 years ago while trying to think back how many permit renewals ago it was.



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    Dave_pro2a wrote:
    Anyone else remember when the WA permit read "Concealed Wapons"
    Back when WA was may issue, all types of weapons were covered. Guns, knives, whatever. Nowadays it's only handguns.

    I really liked my CDW (concealed deadly weapon) permit back in Kentucky as it covered all types of deadly weapons. As I think it should be.

    As for the number of guns, I always carry at least onebackup. And it isnot uncommon for me to carry two openly.



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    Eugene Tackelberry woud be right at home here in Washington State. No limit other than your financial ability to buy or your physical ability to carry. I would say though that there is only so much room on one's belt for Open Carry and the possibilities for concealing are finite as well.
    "If I shoot all the ammo I am carrying I either won't need anymore or more won't help"

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    HOLYROLLER wrote:
    Mainsail wrote:
    HOLYROLLER wrote:
    Does WA code limit the # of weapons a person can carry, OC or CC? Thanks in advance, HR.
    #? Why would the state limit the pounds of guns one could carry? As long as your pants stay up.
    LOL...I have asturdy belt!
    I totally had a mental image of someone walking into walmart with there entire safe on their belt. Clinking along towards the sports section.

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    I work in South Seattle. There ain't no rule that says you pants have to stay up. Other wise there would be even more cops down here.

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