No problem, I will use the following argument to verify the Legality of Open Carry in Alaska concerning a Loaded Handgun:
1.┬* Law is a written Code in which Man is to live by
2.┬* Criminal Law is written to punish certain kinds of unlawful behavior, that which is against the good order of the Community and the diginity of their Citizens
3.┬* Criminal Law is not written to merely prevent, but rather prohibit
4.┬* Likewise, in similiar vein, Civil Law is written to provide, not merely promote
5.┬* To that end if a certain conduct under Criminal Law, Open Carry of a Loaded Handgun, is not made Unlawful, thus prohibited, then, it seems to me, that, nothing stands in the way of Open Carry of a Loaded Handgun.
In fact, Alaska allow both Open Carry and Concealed Carry without any Permit whatsoever.┬* Currently, Vermont is the only other State that does so.┬* However, other States may soon join suit, as Arizona has just filled similiar Legislation that is called:┬* 'Constitutional Carry'.
Criminal Law┬*tells you what you┬*can not┬*do, not what you can do.┬* That is why it is called┬*'Criminal' Law.┬* Under Common Law jurisdictions what is not Prohibited, is, in fact, Legal under Common Law jurisprudence.┬*