is this correct?

Discussion in 'New Hampshire Gun Forum' started by mountainman13, May 25, 2012.

  1. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    Got it off a state website. Still question it.

    I would like to bring my handgun into New Hampshire, yet I don’t have a license to carry concealed. How may I carry? You may carry unloaded in your vehicle. Be sure that the ammunition is separate from the gun. You may carry loaded on your person. The weapon needs to be fully exposed. For example, it may not be concealed by a shirt or a jacket, or located in a backpack. You may carry unloaded and concealed on your person, so long as you do not possess any ammunition on your person. Please refer t0 RSA 159 for additional information.

    Here's the link
    http://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/nhsp/ssb/permitslicensing/faq.html
     
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  2. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    So what is your question?:confused:
     

  3. nhsuper44

    nhsuper44 New Member

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    New Hampshire is an open carry state, you need a concealed carry permit to carry concealed, easy to get. Now come on up here and buy some cheap booze and butts,:D. Seriously, the rules are quite simple, just as you read them. Terry.
     
  4. nukinfuts29

    nukinfuts29 New Member

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    Don't conceal the handgun, pretty simple. I imagine your confusion comes from a lack of familiarity with open carry states and laws, and you are skeptical that carrying a visible loaded firearm is legal. But it is, just remember that when you leave walmart or anywhere else if you get into a vehicle you must unload it and separate from the ammunition. Also remember you may encounter friction, as many small business owners do not like open carry for various reasons,
     
  5. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    Thanks guys. Being from ma I question everything firearm law related.