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Thread: Open Carry on Facebook!!

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    I stumbled upon this new group on facebook tonight. There was no mention of OCDO or COCDO so I posted this:

    To learn more about open carry you can go to opencarry.org and californiaopencarry.org. These are the two main sites for open carry and have a wealth of information. As for demonstrations most people have "meet ups" We just get together and have a meal and or coffee and then walk around towns/events that are away from schools. Meetups are posted in the web forum under California.

    I will post info for SoCal meetups on here as well. Please take the time to study the ins and outs of all applicable laws including city/county codes before UOCing and be safe.


    You can find it by following this URL: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref...846&ref=mfor by typing in California Open Carry in the search engine in Facebook.

    Edited to add contact info.
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    Ok, so how do I find it?
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    My bad I forgot to post the URL. I'll edit it in to the op.
    New to OPEN CARRY in California? Click and read this first...
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    I read a really old post about having an IRC chat room for UOC. Did that die a natural death or it is still up?
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