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Old 09-06-2013, 09:48 PM   #61
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In PA (I assume the same for all other states) it is illegal to carry a gun even if you have a CCW without that gun being registered with the state
Your assumption is dead wrong. I live in ohio and I am not required to register anything. I was under the impression most states are like ohio.
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In Alaska Montana Idaho Wyoming Nevada Arizona New Mexico South Dakota Vermont Kentucky Virginia Utah North Dakota Minnesota Iowa Tennessee Louisiana Mississippi Georgia Indiana Maryland New Jersey Rhode Island Connecticut and Massachusetts open carry of some form is legal.
....and you can add Missouri to that list.....
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Hi I am buying my first pistol in 2 weld and after I have a lot of practice then I am going for my CCW

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I am a believer that if you plan on cc-ing you should do so in the comfort of your own home all the time, get used to it before you head outside. Be comfortable with your rig and your firearm before you head out in public. Just a couple of pennies from me.

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Hi I am buying my first pistol in 2 weld and after I have a lot of practice then I am going for my CCW
Congrats. Welcome to the forum. You should head over to the Introduction thread and tell us a little bit about yourself.

Also, if you have specific questions, you can start a new thread or ask in pertinent threads if they're relatively active recently.
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Michigan requires pistol registration only.


I actually have more flexibility open carrying with a CPL as "pistol free zones" apply to concealed carry or open carry without a CPL. So accidentally exposing a pistol is not really a legal issue. A private business could ask me to leave if they didn't like it.

While I could open carry at a public school, I would bet I would be in cuffs held at gunpoint and charged with the local ordinance catch all of "disorderly conduct".

I use kydex inside the waistband holsters and they work great. The gun is secure and easy to holster, hides easily, and is comfortable.

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