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    Lincoln county questions.

    I'm going on a camping trip on some private land near Logan wildlife and I plan on open carrying when I go into the woods and stuff. I'm wondering if this would be ok in that area. I'm thinking it should be ok, but the last mo conservation guy I ran into was a bit of a dick.

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    I am sure someone will correct me if I am wrong, but I'm pretty sure that you can carry anything you want with permission from the owner on private land.

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    I'll concur with Penguin. It's private lands thus as long as you're within State law and local law the only person other than yourself to worry about is the land owner. As with Hunter Ed, respect the land owner and always remember a thank you or parting gift as a thank you.

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    What about on the wildlife reserve? I know they allow hunting to take place there. Is someone gonna hassle me for a license or assume I'm up to no good?

    I'm mainly carrying a 9mm with pest control shells and a second mag with FMJ's in case I run into anything that tries to harm me. Wild dog, poisonous snakes, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by takon074 View Post
    What about on the wildlife reserve? I know they allow hunting to take place there. Is someone gonna hassle me for a license or assume I'm up to no good?

    I'm mainly carrying a 9mm with pest control shells and a second mag with FMJ's in case I run into anything that tries to harm me. Wild dog, poisonous snakes, etc.


    Nothing wrong with OC there at all that I am aware of myself, however and it is a big however... Turkey season.

    If you are carrying bird shot in a pistol, you may not have any carry issues but potential poaching may come into question. A 9mm with gold dots for personal protection during deer season has some debate, a 9mm with bird shot during turkey season, not so much debate and I would be more than cautious.

    As far as snakes go, wear good boots and watch where you walk, little need to take em out. I would not be using bird shot on a dog, it would get the gold dot.

    Those are my opinions for whatever you feel they are worth.
    John C. Eastman Associate Dean of Chapman University’s School of Law "the Second Amendment, like its sister amendments, does not confer a right but rather recognizes a natural right inherent in our humanity."

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