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    question on OC with MI CPL

    Need some answers to some OC questions please.

    Have a MI CPL can I open carry in FL?

    in a car how do I have to transport my gun?

    restaurant with alcohol CC or OC?

    thank you for any help you can give.

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    Regular Member ~*'Phoenix'*~'s Avatar
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    Hi,
    Unfortunately, it doesn't matter what your home state allows:
    There is no open carry in Florida (unless you're hunting or fishing)
    In a vehicle - either concealed on or about your person (with permit/license), or 'securely enclosed' (in a closed glove box or console, snapped/buckled holster, zippered computer bag, etc) it can be loaded and only 'one step' away, but you have to perform some action to make it available and ready. I recommend and usually try to do both, just to be safe (securely enclosed and concealed in a zippered computer bag pocket on the seat or floor next to me)
    NO OC; CC in a restaurant is fine, but not a bar portion. And don't be 'under the influence' while carrying.
    Best wishes
    Last edited by ~*'Phoenix'*~; 03-02-2011 at 08:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~*'Phoenix'*~ View Post
    Hi,
    Unfortunately, it doesn't matter what your home state allows:
    There is no open carry in Florida (unless you're hunting or fishing)
    In a vehicle - either concealed on or about your person (with permit/license), or 'securely enclosed' (in a closed glove box or console, snapped/buckled holster, zippered computer bag, etc) it can be loaded and only 'one step' away, but you have to perform some action to make it available and ready. I recommend and usually try to do both, just to be safe (securely enclosed and concealed in a zippered computer bag pocket on the seat or floor next to me)
    NO OC; CC in a restaurant is fine, but not a bar portion. And don't be 'under the influence' while carrying.
    Best wishes
    Thank you so very much great info just what I was looking for. Have a great day!

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    You're welcome; no problem. Checked to make sure it's reciprocal (yes) too.
    Carry on
    Last edited by ~*'Phoenix'*~; 03-02-2011 at 10:39 AM.

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