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    MI CPL holder in KY

    Need some answers to some OC questions please.

    Have a MI CPL can I open carry in KY?

    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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    To quickly answer:

    KY recognizes all other states' licenses for CC.
    Any nonfelon 18+ can OC.
    Any nonfelon 18+ can carry a gun in their glovebox, most else requires a license.
    To be short: You can carry in restaurants that serve alcohol provided they are more restaurant than bar. No carry allowed in bars.

    You'll be just fine with the above. For more clarity, do a search in our forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by langzaiguy View Post
    To quickly answer:

    KY recognizes all other states' licenses for CC.
    Any nonfelon 18+ can OC.
    Any nonfelon 18+ can carry a gun in their glovebox, most else requires a license.
    To be short: You can carry in restaurants that serve alcohol provided they are more restaurant than bar. No carry allowed in bars.

    You'll be just fine with the above. For more clarity, do a search in our forum.
    Thank you much thats what I needed Carry on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by langzaiguy View Post
    To quickly answer:

    KY recognizes all other states' licenses for CC.
    Any nonfelon 18+ can OC.
    Any nonfelon 18+ can carry a gun in their glovebox, most else requires a license.
    To be short: You can carry in restaurants that serve alcohol provided they are more restaurant than bar. No carry allowed in bars.

    You'll be just fine with the above. For more clarity, do a search in our forum.
    You can carry inside the car, anywhere, as long as it is not concealed. On the front seat is just fine. If you put it in the glove box, that is not considered concealed.
    Speed is fine
    Accuracy is final

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    Damn if he don't! I didn't know what I was talking about. Thank you Gutshot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gutshot View Post
    The man has a Concealed Pistol License (CPL).


    Quarter horseman. With your CPL you may carry your gun any way you wish in KY, loaded, unloaded, concealed, open, in a holster, stuck in your belt, in your pocket, ANY WAY YOU WANT. This includes on foot or in your car. Resturants that serve alcohol are ok as long as they aren't posted. No loaded guns in bars There are a few places where you may not CC, bars, schools, police stations, sheriff"s office, courtrooms, and a few others. Hope you enjoy your visit to Ky. More coplete info available at the Ky State Police website.
    Thanks for all your help, My brother lives in TN and I'm just passing thru and didnt want to have to look up all the laws, just needed a easy quick answer to the questions thanks again all of you.

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    it probably doesnt matter but you can carry in a bar as well. the firearm just has to be in the open and unloaded. someone said you couldnt, just wanted to clarify.

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