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    How about the new DMV. building on Benjamin street, can this be a OC or CC I did CC. becouse I am not sure, same as the building at Barrister street, next year I need to renew my CC. can I OC there or is a no no?.

    Your friendly amigo Israel.

    PS. Yesterday at Winco I have a good chat with a man and he think is a good idea to OC. he may try he said.

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    I oc'd when I went to pick up my cc permit in Moscow. But this is a very oc friendly area and the place was empty so no potential misinformed people to scare. I am not sure what city you are in because you didn't mention it, so it might be a slightly different scenario.

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    To my new friend in Moscow, I live in Boise, Barrister and Benjamin street are in Boise, right now I am in El Salvador on vacation, about 80f. and on the weekend we are going to the beach on the pacific ocean, well my friend if you can do it in Moscow I guess I can do it in Boise, Thank you, muchas gracias, your friendly amigo Israel and FELIZ AÑO NUEVO 2010. SEE EVERY BODYIN THE GROUP IN FEBRUARY, SAME PLACE AND TIME?

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    you can open carry as long as its not posted "no weapons" or if they ask you to leave whilein a private buisness. hope it help. keep packing

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    Even if it is posted "No Weapons", it may or may not be correct. For example north of Moscow we have a County run park that has a posted "No Weapons" policy. According to both our State Constitution and State statutes this sign is illegal and therefore null and void.

    KF

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