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Old 11-10-2012, 02:39 AM   #1
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Can you carry a firearm loaded with in your home?

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I don't know where you live but in Mississippi you can if you are legal to own a gun. Not only that you can keep a loaded gun in your car with no permit. The state considers your vehicle an extention of your home.

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I am a California resident and yes, you can carry a loaded firearm in your home or business as long as you are legally able to possess a firearm. I believe there is an exception in the city of San Francisco though but that is probably still in the courts.

For questions like this you should probably ask them in Calguns.net
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Thanks man. Really helped out

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I would bet that "in your home" means inside your house behind closed doors. Sadly, I doubt one is allowed to carry while mowing the lawn on your own property.

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I would bet that "in your home" means inside your house behind closed doors. Sadly, I doubt one is allowed to carry while mowing the lawn on your own property.
You can if you live in Indiana.
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I would bet that "in your home" means inside your house behind closed doors. Sadly, I doubt one is allowed to carry while mowing the lawn on your own property.
Georgia, states "on your property". People do mow their lawns with pistols on occassion. Especially early in the season, as snakes emerge hungry and in the first tall grass.
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Yes you can. Come by and have a cup of coffee or a beer!
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from me, not the other way around.

Disturb me in my cave, and you'll wish you'd

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