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    Are there any KRS/laws pertaining to OC?


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    Nevermind...............After thinking about it (and reading) It has dawned on me that no KRS on OC means no lawsagainst OC.....................OC=OK
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    It may be my right, but the way the LE is around here, I'm not sure it would be a good idea unless your into severe beatings with the business end of a flashlight:shock:

    I live in Louisville and have never tried OC. I would think I should at least have a CCDW before attempting any OC.............................maybe?





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    13thlevel wrote:
    Are there any KRS/laws pertaining to OC?

    be careful in the car as that is mentioned in the Statutes.

    ps - finger off of the trigger until you've made the conscience desision to shoot; keep BOTH eyes open; and get rid of that funky bladed stance, man up and charge your opponent

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    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

    Thanks for the pointers

    Yea, I'm straight on the "concealed" if it's on the seat, but it's not if it's in the glovebox:what:
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    I've OC'd in Louisville, no problems that weren't solved. JCSO deputies now know that OC is legit due to my encounter.

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    This is from the Kentucky State Constitution.

    Seventh: The right to bear arms in defense of themselves and of the State, subject to the power of the General Assembly to enact laws to prevent persons from carrying concealed weapons.

    There is a Kentucky Supreme Court Ruling from, I believe, 1952 that sets down the precedent on open carrying. Someone had been charged for it and he took the case all the way to the State Supreme Court. Their ruling overturned his conviction and they said that the constitution only gives the state power to regulate concealed carrying, not open carrying which is why you will find no Kentucky Revised Statutes on open carry.

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    v8shoguyIs your encounter in thisforum somewhere? I live in louisville and would be interested in reading it.



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    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum25/2235.html

    I don't remember when it was updated last, but I did recieve an apology for the deputies' actions. I filed an informal complaint only, and the deputies were trained.

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