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    Traveling to Kentucky from Va

    Hey,
    Pls pardon the question about CC on an OC forum, but I'm traveling into Kentucky from Va, and will be CC for the duration.
    Any particular concerns I should be aware of?

    TIA!

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    As long as you have a permit from Va. you are good to go. Nothing to know at all. The Commonwealth of Kentucky conceal or open carry laws are much like VA.
    Speed is fine
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    Enjoy ur time here and you will have a lil more freedom here. You can carry anywhere without problem but I'm sure u have visited handgunlaw.us, the places they have listed as off limits aren't off limits as long as you uncover, Other than k-12 schools and federal buildings and detention facilities. If you go to a bar u can carry openly with ur gun unloaded, however I don't see the need to go in a bar, much less carry in one. This is about all there is to know, we dont have many gun laws. Enjoy our fine state!!!

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    Thanks gents!

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    If one gets pulled over in a car is there a requirement to notify an officer that you are carrying, if he/ she does not ask you? Does this vary per county? Thanks.
    Last edited by Rising2ndSun; 08-11-2011 at 01:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising2ndSun View Post
    If one gets pulled over in a car is there a requirement to notify an officer that you are carrying, if he/ she does not ask you? Does this vary per county? Thanks.
    No requirement to notify anyone.
    Speed is fine
    Accuracy is final

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