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Thread: Can I OC a glock with a round in the chamber?

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    I keep trying to find something on this subject but can't find a clear answer. I was told that some states your gun has to be 2 actions from firing. For example guns with a hammer can have one in chamber as long as it is not cocked and safety is on. Since a glock is pull trigger and done, can I in Nevada open carry a glock with a round ready to go?

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    This is Nevada.

    Carry it how you damn well please.

    Utah, I think, is one of those states that require two "separate" actions to bring your sidearm into battery. No such requirement here in Nevada.

    Carry one in the pipe if that's what you want. Long guns in Nevada must have an empty chamber. Handguns, no rules about condition of carry.

    Oh and hiya, welcome to the board!

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    That's what I thought just wanted to get another opinion. Thanks

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    Erus wrote:
    This is Nevada.

    Carry it how you damn well please.
    :celebrate
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    Erus wrote:
    Long guns in Nevada must have an empty chamber.
    Only when carried in your vehicle.


    NRS 503.165
    Carrying loaded rifle or shotgun in or on vehicle on or along public way unlawful; exceptions. 1. It is unlawful to carry a loaded rifle or loaded shotgun in or on any vehicle which is standing on or along, or is being driven on or along, any public highway or any other way open to the public.
    2. A rifle or shotgun is loaded, for the purposes of this section, when there is an unexpended cartridge or shell in the firing chamber, but not when the only cartridges or shells are in the magazine.
    3. The provisions of this section do not apply to paraplegics, persons with one or both legs amputated or who have suffered a paralysis of one or both legs which severely impedes walking, or peace officers and members of the Armed Forces of this State or the United States while on duty or going to or returning from duty.


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    Absolutely correct, Tim. MY boo boo. Thanks for catching my error, and for the cite.

    I'm very glad to know we here in Nevada have you on our side, man. You define, for me at least, the way to know your stuff, and practice what you preach.

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