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Old 08-10-2013, 02:17 PM   #1
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Default CC from Michigan to Indiana.

I know indiana honors my MI permit; does anyone know where I could find a trusted list of Indiana's laws? It where the best place to contact would be?

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Old 08-10-2013, 02:23 PM   #2
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I know indiana honors my MI permit; does anyone know where I could find a trusted list of Indiana's laws? It where the best place to contact would be?
Google it. One of the first websites that comes up will be a list of state firearm laws.
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I know indiana honors my MI permit; does anyone know where I could find a trusted list of Indiana's laws? It where the best place to contact would be?
I trust this web site. You can look up any state at the main site.
http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/indiana.pdf
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What questions do you have? I live in Indiana

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What questions do you have? I live in Indiana
Where I can't carry?

What's the open carry law? I never open carry but if someone can see it at the bottom of my shirt or out lined in a pocket, then it's not considered concealed and a cop could be less than reasonable on the issues.

Does it have to be on me in a car or is the console good? I know the state police in Ohio made a big stink with a few folks over that when they changed their laws.

Can I carry in a restaurant that also serves alcohol?
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Where I can't carry?

What's the open carry law? I never open carry but if someone can see it at the bottom of my shirt or out lined in a pocket, then it's not considered concealed and a cop could be less than reasonable on the issues.

Does it have to be on me in a car or is the console good? I know the state police in Ohio made a big stink with a few folks over that when they changed their laws.

Can I carry in a restaurant that also serves alcohol?
You can't carry in schools, airports, federal buildings, river boats. You can carry in restaurants and bars. You can open or conceal carry.
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You can't carry in schools, airports, federal buildings, river boats. You can carry in restaurants and bars. You can open or conceal carry.
He got it covered, and with your vehicle it can be anywhere, I keep mine in the center console when I drive. You are also not required to tell law enforcement that you are carrying if pulled over for a traffic violation, however I never think that'll hurt.
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You can't carry in schools, airports, federal buildings, river boats. You can carry in restaurants and bars. You can open or conceal carry.
But he can carry to school property if he is dropping off a kid for school or a school function. But the firearm must not leave the vehicle.

We can open carry with an Indiana permit, its a handgun carry permit. It doesnt specify cc or open so both are legal. I open carry all the time and have had zero problems.
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Hopefully you will read and interpret the laws on your own. I would not want to take a strangers advice on the laws unless he was a lawyer.

So with that being said go ahead open carry and conceal where you want.

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You can't carry in schools, airports, federal buildings, river boats. You can carry in restaurants and bars. You can open or conceal carry.
That covers it.

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But he can carry to school property if he is dropping off a kid for school or a school function. But the firearm must not leave the vehicle.

We can open carry with an Indiana permit, its a handgun carry permit. It doesnt specify cc or open so both are legal. I open carry all the time and have had zero problems.
Unless your in Fort Waste. EXPECT to be harassed by the Gestapo if OCing here.

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Hopefully you will read and interpret the laws on your own. I would not want to take a strangers advice on the laws unless he was a lawyer.

So with that being said go ahead open carry and conceal where you want.
Ummm considering three people THAT live and CARRY in IN have said the same things in a mere 9 posts would be pretty good evidence that whats being said is true.

Reading and iterpreting laws on your own can be as dangerous as taking the word of a stranger....and a lawyer can lie to you just as easily as said stranger considering you are NOT his client therefor has 0 obligation to advise you truthfully.
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