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    I have a question with the OC. I have a drop leg holster with the extra mag pouch up front. If I unload my weapon, lock it in a case, leave my holster and the mag on my leg, am I legal to drive?

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    Sure, why not? There's no requirement to have mags, ammo or holsters transported any particular way in a vehicle. The firearm must be encased.... nothing else does.
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    Shotgun is correct. But I have to ask, now that winter is on us, how does the leg holster feel? I have been thinking about one, but am not sure I will like the way it fits/feels. I would think the draw would be real fast, but the weight on my leg might be a bit odd for me...

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    I wear a Safariland Kydex drop leg holster and I find it a bit different after years of carrying on the hip but for the most part, after a couple of hours, I really do not even know it is there.

    I have mine on a belt that goes over my coat so it stands out pretty well. It also has three mag pouches, a flashlight holster, and a possibles pouch on the belt. I don't really appreciate how much it stands out but until I come up with something better, it'll have to do.

    I have toyed with the idea of using it with the belt on my pants but I need to purchase a shorter coat for that, even with the drop leg. It is just as smooth on the draw and very secure.


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    I've used drop leg holsters through most of my military career so it feels natural to me.

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    xxlbigcountry14 wrote:
    I have a question with the OC. I have a drop leg holster with the extra mag pouch up front. If I unload my weapon, lock it in a case, leave my holster and the mag on my leg, am I legal to drive?
    WELCOME!

    Yes, you can carry ammunition on your person in your car. I suggest reading this http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum57/27414.htmlthread, ask additional question if you have them, and then ENJOY!

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