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    question about OC in California

    Is it possible to OC and also CC a secondary firearm?
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    If you have a CCW I don't see why not. Check the law and be in strict compliance with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dumbbe11s View Post
    If you have a CCW I don't see why not. Check the law and be in strict compliance with them.
    This depends largely on the agency that issued the license to carry. I think many agencies just might revoke the LTC if you were carrying an exposed firearm while carrying concealed and were involved in some police encounter.
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    I know of 3 different LTC holders that have it printed on the LTC that they can not be OC'ing at the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iopencarry View Post
    I know of 3 different LTC holders that have it printed on the LTC that they can not be OC'ing at the same time.
    This is very interesting. Please reach out to me via Facebook or email as I'd like to learn more about these active licenses with such restrictions.

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