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    Regular Member Russia's Avatar
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    Open carry question

    Hey guys my question is, i want to oc to the store, im walking, it is night time. I have no ccw permit. am i braking any laws my first time oc.
    Last edited by Russia; 11-11-2011 at 07:03 PM.

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    Regular Member Outdoorsman1's Avatar
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    No, just be carefull you do not walk through a school zone... (1000 ft. from school proerty).

    Read here, learn here, read the law, learn the law, and you will do just fine

    Also, it is starting to get chilly at night..make sure your coat in no way covers any part of your sidearm...

    Last edited by Outdoorsman1; 11-11-2011 at 07:18 PM.
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    Welcome to the boards!!!!

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    I talked with him shortly after this post. I assured him he is good to go.
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