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Thread: OCing in a small town in Nebraska

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    Nebraska's AG is trying to change the rules for CC's where local township laws do not oversee the states rule about CC. My question is what are the laws about OC in where I live in Nebraska city.. and how should I go about finding this out without drawing attention from the local gov?

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    Don't worry about the local Government, you're a citizen, and it's your right, and obligation to know the laws and local ordinances of any part of this country you care to travel, as a matter of fact, ignorance is no excuse for breaking the law, they will tell you that real quick!! Educate yourself of all the rules and obligations of your everyday walk of life!

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    Thats what I want to do. I want to knowwhat the laws are but where should I start... Do I talk to the police chief about it? Where would you start to find out this info? Thats the question I'd like answered. A starting point first.

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    Go to your city hall, or any city hall of a town that you may be open carrying in, and tell the clerk that you would like a print out of the local firearm ordinances, they can't deny you a copy of anything to do with town/city/ laws or ordinances, how could one be expected to obey local laws, if their kept under lock and key privey to only specific citizens. Keep all the copies of these ordinances , and or duplicates in your vehicle glovebox in case you run into a misunderstanding with a law enforcement officer of a town/communitywhen you know you are in the right in respect to their own firearms laws because some cops don't take it upon themselves to read up on and remember the laws of their own jurisdiction..

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    I went to the police station and talked to them. The cheif was not available at the time. That officer directed me to the county clerks office. When I get there they know of no ordinace or law against OC or CC. I did leave my number for the the county AG will get back to me about this and what they have on the books.

    Where else would I go for to find anything on this.

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    When I do find the paper work on this I will leave a copy in all of my vehicles. Thanks for the advice. Keep in touch.

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    Nebduckman wrote:
    When I do find the paper work on this I will leave a copy in all of my vehicles. Thanks for the advice. Keep in touch.
    It is really, really easy.

    Google (or msn search, or yahoo search, or ANY iweb search)

    to find: http://uniweb.legislature.ne.gov/laws/laws.php

    read them, read them, and read them some more. THEN check if there are any local laws.

    Then (or now), check the Nebraska area on OCDO: http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum35/


    "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Benjamin Franklin

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    Great I will. Thanks for the help

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