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    Whats legal

    was wondering if a thigh holster was legal to open carry and if there is any penal codes or law to support this

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    Quote Originally Posted by nnamfffoh22 View Post
    was wondering if a thigh holster was legal to open carry and if there is any penal codes or law to support this
    You need to ask that in your state forum. Most of the legislation dealing with firearms is handled at the state level (where it should be).

    You should know that it is extremely rare for laws to specify what is legal. Laws are for restricting liberty, not granting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nnamfffoh22 View Post
    was wondering if a thigh holster was legal to open carry and if there is any penal codes or law to support this
    There's nothing in the CA PC about type of holster (thigh, belt, etc), or required features (retention, etc).... I'd be surprised if the CA legislature ever knew enough about guns to write something like that in. :-)

    Where in CA are you?

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    I suggest these be moved to the CA section.
    The First protects the Second, and the Second protects the First. Together, they protect the rest of our Bill of Rights and our United States Constitution, and help We the People protect ourselves in the spirit of our Declaration of Independence.

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    Always good to double check, But I highly doubt that a state that allows OC would tell you "how" to OC. Wouldn't really make sense.

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