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    An unloaded weapon does me no good. So, Is there any laws or rules reguarding carring a pistol (oc), loaded with one in the chamber, ready to fire. Or does the same apply that it is legal to be loaded, and ready to go as with cpl. I personally think that I will always be in the Lock and Loaded position. Just want to know for sure. Thanks

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    Glock-n-Drop wrote:
    An unloaded weapon does me no good. So, Is there any laws or rules reguarding carring a pistol (oc), loaded with one in the chamber, ready to fire. Or does the same apply that it is legal to be loaded, and ready to go as with cpl. I personally think that I will always be in the Lock and Loaded position. Just want to know for sure. Thanks
    Michigan has no law stating otherwise. If you are CCing with a license or OCing with or without a licence you can have one in the barrel.

    BTW if we did have that law how would you do it for a revolver??? I could have the chamber empty that lines up with the barrel, but pulling the trigger automatically advances the round and it's ready to fire.
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    *The information contained above is not meant to be legal advice, but is solely intended as a starting point for further research. These are my opinions, if you have further questions it is advisable to seek out an attorney that is well versed in firearm law.

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