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    I understand the school, alcohol, and government agencies that do not allow OC.

    However, do you have to have a permit to OC or is it just concealed?

    Do you have to have permission or just do it?

    I guess I'm confussed on that issue.

    Thanks for the great site.

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    Welcome to the forum TH. Are you in Montana, or just asking questions about it?

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    Yes, I'm in Montana.

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    TR,

    You do not need permission, or a permit, to OC in Montana.

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    Just Do It!



    I do and enjoy it..

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    lucas_flesher wrote:
    Just Do It!



    I do and enjoy it..
    Well said!
    In a crisis you don't rise to the occasion, but rather default to your level of training.

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    TH, what do you 'understand' about alcohol?? The Map on this site states that in Montana, in a place that serves Alcohol you MUST Open Carry. Is that your understanding?
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    MountainGator wrote:
    TH, what do you 'understand' about alcohol?? The Map on this site states that in Montana, in a place that serves Alcohol you MUST Open Carry. Is that your understanding?
    Yep you can carry open in a place that serves it, now the bartender can ask you to leave if they want to and the same goes for a food place that serves and pours for consumption.

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    JBinMontana wrote:
    MountainGator wrote:
    TH, what do you 'understand' about alcohol?? The Map on this site states that in Montana, in a place that serves Alcohol you MUST Open Carry. Is that your understanding?
    Yep you can carry open in a place that serves it, now the bartender can ask you to leave if they want to and the same goes for a food place that serves and pours for consumption.
    JB, I talked to Mt_Gunny the other day and told him of a conversation I had with an Assistant Attorney General the other day who said it is also legal to carry openly in a bank but you must also follow the rules and desires of the Bank Manager if he/she asks you to leave when doing so!!
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    JBinMontana wrote:
    MountainGator wrote:
    TH, what do you 'understand' about alcohol?? The Map on this site states that in Montana, in a place that serves Alcohol you MUST Open Carry. Is that your understanding?
    Yep you can carry open in a place that serves it, now the bartender can ask you to leave if they want to and the same goes for a food place that serves and pours for consumption.
    Again (& again ) JB I couldn't agree more (with you). My Point was (to TH) what does HE (she?) understand. From the way the origional post was construced, I DEDUCED that TH assumed that the statements in 45-8-328 applied to Open Carry, and quite simply just like in the "Where is OC NOT allowed?" thread, they Do NOT!
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    Yep, I have OC'd in couple but that was in Lewistown, Fergus County.

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