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    Hello,

    I have been lurking here for a few months and finally decided to stop procrastinating and register. I am enjoying reading all the experiences posted here. I have not OC'd yet, except in my own front yard.

    Do any of you have experience OCing in Jefferson or Clallam county?

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    Welcome the the forum. The more you OC the better you will feel.

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    No problems for me. I OC in bolth places. mainly clallam though.

    :celebrateits all clear take it for a walk:celebrate

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    Welcome aboard. It is as others have said, the more you OC the easier it gets.

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    Welcome !
    During the summer months (Salmon season) you will find me in Forks, Clallam Bay, Sekiu & Neah Bay. If I am on land, I'm OC'ing. So far I've had no issue up there.
    Just be aware of the few sections of Hwy 101 that run thru the National Park.

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    Just be aware of the few sections of Hwy 101 that run thru the National Park.
    So does the typical person stop, unload, place it all in a locked case in the trunk, then reverse the process once out of the park.... or just proceed and hope for the best?

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    I never do that when i drive to Forks From Port Angeles. I just hope for the best and hope that by being on a US highway will keep them from fussing.
    :?

    Anyone know anything about driving through the parks with a loaded gun when u have a CPL?

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    Anyone know anything about driving through the parks with a loaded gun when u have a CPL?
    Yes. The federal administrative rule banning operable guns from National Parks makes absolutely no recognition of any state's concealed-carry laws.


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    Granum wrote:
    Anyone know anything about driving through the parks with a loaded gun when u have a CPL?
    You know, there is some disgression allowed any LEO. Where I'm headed with this is the new administration may look very dimly on an officer using his disgression of a perceived violation of NP rules regarding firearms.

    Years ago I hit black ice and wrecked a M/C in the North Cascades NP. A NP ranger was the first to the scene. He relieved me of my sidearm, in an inside jacket pocket. I was too dazed to remember. Later, he contacted me and returned it. There was never a word said about the legality of it. He just didn't make an issue of it.

    What I'm getting at is a dim view of such disgression may be taken under an Obamanation.

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