Glock 19 wrote:Welcome!My brother is a LEO in the area, and don't think he knows about the OC law.
I too own a Glock, but it's a Glock 23. Anyway, just so you know, there is no law that says you can OC. There is just no law that says you can't OC. Laws are usually made to prevent people from doing certain things.
There is alot to read here, but before you decide to OC, make sure you read the topic WASH, RINSE, REPEAT until you have memorized the important information is has to offer. I realize having a relative who is a LEO will probably help you in that you won't get hassled as much, or at all, but just remeber to cover you a$$. Most OCer's have not had any issues with LEO's, but some have been charged with crimes because the LEO's either don't realize OC is legal, or they just simply don't like it.