Conceal Carry in Your State

Yes for example, In Ohio If you have a CCW you can have your gun in a school zone, so long as it stays in the car, and is locked in car if you exit. If your Permitless, you do not have that right. If you have a CCW you can skip the NICS check when buying a gun.

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And that is the difference between walking away, and federal prison time!

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It is also proof of how bad these laws are, that person A did not break the law because he was holding a piece of paper and the other was not. The laws are bad, not the people.

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Where is she going to put the extra mags? That’s just stupid.

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Depending on State… extra mags don’t have to be required… and that’s just stupid… :upside_down_face:

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Thank you, for the post and the picture. :hugs:

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Ya know Jersy, I’m sensing a theme w/ you …“and that’s just stupid”

It’s friggin’ Brilliant! and I’m really steamed @ you that I didn’t think of it first!

…“and that’s just stupid!” :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:oh god, I love it! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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That’s just….stupid! :rofl:

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You are in a good state so far in the owning and carrying a gun options. Here in Pennsylvania, we had a vote on the Constitutional carry, but it went nowhere due to the demoncrat governor and his minions in Harrisburg. The Republican majority in the Legislature did not have enough cojones to override the governor. So, we will try again eventually. We do have open carry in the Commonwealth, but many people do not for obvious reasons. Oh, the kicker is that Open Carry is not allowed in any city of the First Class (which means it must be over a million plus in population) and that happens to be Philadelphia. Now I am still in shock and awe with this issue. Philadelphia does not reside outside of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania borders. So how this became has been a mystery to me and a lot of us here. The Supreme Court of the Commonwealth has ruled that Philadelphia and other cities are part of the state and it is beholden to the same laws throughout the Commonwealth. So why the exception? I am going to keep investigating and get some answers to this from the legislators in Harrisburg. I can assume that the RINOS caved in on this with the demoncrats :face_with_symbols_over_mouth: wanting gun control and a compromise on this. I hate to say it but when you start giving an inch next thing, :hot_face: they want the whole foot then the whole enchilada.

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What Firearms? “I” did Not See any Firearms.

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I’m sure a lot of you also realize that there are many many people who get your concealed carry permits and then rarely if ever carry their firearm. Something I will never understand🤷🏼‍♂️
I am on my friends regularly to get some training and carry their damn gun!

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You are correct.

I have a bit of experience interacting with licensed carriers, and I am quote confident that the majority, probably the vast majority, do not actually carry every day.

Some just don’t think it’s “needed”, some can’t carry at work so their “daily carry” is 1-2 days a week when they are off, some feel safe in familiar areas and only carry on the “wrong side of town” or when traveling, etc.

Most don’t carry their gun the way they carry their wallet.

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Well I am one of the “odd balls” I am POGO pants on gun on

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I don’t carry a wallet, either. :sunglasses: But you are correct, I am also not able to carry at work, nor even have it in the car - not that I would be comfortable leaving it in the car, anyway.

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Do you carry something that serves the same purpose? Driver license, carry permit, some kind of ability to pay without having to have your phone work for Apple pay or whatever…emplyee ID/badge? Whether or not it’s a literal wallet, I suspect most people who are prepared enough to carry a gun even some of the time, probably carry something when they go out and about.

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Yes, I do. My phone case has space for ID, etc. Much more convenient and no longer sitting on a rock, so to speak. I can put my phone in my front pocket when needed - safer location than back pocket where I always had carried my wallet.

I can carry knives, but blades must be less than 3”. I will admit I have, a couple of times, inadvertently took one of my knives that is longer than 3”, but I now have a better method to prevent that from happening. I can’t carry pepper spray, either. I want to keep my job, so I have to play by their rules.

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I now live in AZ where the population is a hair over 7,000,000. We have about 440,000 CC licensees but any legal adult can carry open or concealed in AZ and a LOT of folks take advantage of this.

The state has some issues as they all do, but guns are not part of the list. I’m living in a suburb of Phoenix for now and I constantly see folks open carrying at the local supermarket and no one even blinks. Except for the occasional stupid comment on social media by some Commifornia or other blue state transplant Karen it is a non-issue, and they immediate get crushed by the locals on whatever venue they pick to show their stupidity.

To say I love this place would be the understatement of the century. I’m home!!!

Oh, and if I’m out of my house, I’m packing…

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Same here. I’ll sometimes leave the house and forget my phone or wallet, but never my gun because it’s on me before I leave the bedrroom in the morning.

Technically, I’m not supposed to carry at work, but concealed means concealed. I’ve also learned through casual conversation that my boss does the same. :sunglasses:

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And that, I suspect, is how a co-worker got fired many years ago.

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That’s what I’m talking about!

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