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    Check out this link. Wisconsin has the 2A in it's constitution and they passed a GFSZ law almost identical to the one in Ca. They have files a court case to get it declared unconstitutional. It looks like Ca willbe filing thesame suitafter incorporation. It looks like they can't carry with a CCW inside the magic zone, but I'm not sure on that.

    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum66/36341.html
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    Wisconsin has no CCW, so there would be no exception to their GFSZ law (or the Federal law, if it were enforced). They are one-up on us though, as they can open carry loaded everywhere else.
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    Greetings from Wisconsin. In our state we can open carry on private property with permission, and on public property as long as its outside a school zone, not in a government building, not on federal property, etc. So if you live within 1000 ft of a school, you cannot step over your property line carrying a firearm without risking becoming a felon. If the place where you buy your groceries is within a school zone you CAN open carry, because you are on privately owned property. In Wisconsin you cannot carry while driving. All firearms must be unloaded and in a case while in a vehicle. There is also no provision for CCW in Wisconsin.
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