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IIRC I don't think Illinois likes anyone's concealed carry permits. Went from SW Missouri to NE Indiana and hoped my shirt did not blow up in Illinois( in therory of course).

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Michigan is an Open Carry w/o permit state.
The Law reads like this..

"Carrying a handgun without a CPL license in Michigan is legal with a few restrictions. You cannot open carry at a business or grocery store that sell's alcohol. Residents of Michigan can open carry a handgun without a CPL license if the gun is registered to their name."

I have never carried open- have never felt the need to. I seldom carry at all even though I'm able to. About the only times I do carry is when I have my wife and children with me, such as at a some type of event, or when traveling through high crime areas, and of course when going to the club/gun range.

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I carry concealed, and have a NY unrestricted permit and a Utah non-resident permit. I would not consider open carry if it were even possible here primarily to maintain the element of the unknown, and because here in NewYorkistan we have a problem with people who, on the occasion of seeing a firearm, just freak out.

In my opinion, they've been trained by the media to connote "guns" and "violence" (just listen to how often you'll hear the term "gun violence", a purposeful use of the term) and they don't know how to respond emotionally to the sight of an inert tool like a firearm.

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I don't understand why I can carry in the wide open with out any license or training. Now if I want to put on a jacket that will hide the gun, I have to attend a class, take a test and be licensed by the state. Including the highway patrol and county sheriff.
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Florida does not have an open carry thou I wished it had . It is for those times when my shirt lift up while riding or pick up something from a high shelf with a short t shirt.
The law says that your gun could be temporarily visible
(accidentally) while removing your coat or such.
I'm not against open carry but I prefer conceal.
People are fuleshly talking about you making yourself a victim.
Guys with guns try to rob people not kill them . If I would plan to rob someone at gun point and I see a person carrying a gun and other not I would rob the one that does not show a gun.
Same applies for a gun in a holster. Some people would steal it if they could but nobody will pull it out of your holster and hold it against you.
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Bad guys are mostly not as bad as they think and are not going to risk a fight with someone they know is armed. You're more likely to be hassled by the cops.

That sounds pretty reasonable assumption , makes pretty good sense to me.



When I first moved to Arizona , out of the blue I decided to open carry a day or two.



It felt really awkward to me . But I grew up in family that was mostly shotgun shooting, hunting. I pretty much shot a shotgun every other weekend with my dad, summer through winter.



Once in while Deer Hunt with Rifles or Shotguns. I might have shot a 22 pistol with my dad and that was it. It was not until I was well into adulthood did I even know my dad had a few pistols . And to top it off I grew in one of the most Anti Gun States in the Union.



I freaked , my first gun show here I seen people carrying rifles into the show to sell as they walk around , so they had no gun cases. I was like what ? Now I am not the least bit concerned.



But see where I grew up the cops would hassle you if gun not in trunk and in a case with ammo away from it. Now here in Az they don' t like gun under seat without a CCW Permit. ( I think that has changed now since anyone can conceal now)



If I were a Cop , Id rather a person have the gun under the seat than on the seat.

I mean once quick move they shoot anyway.

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Not that anyone asked but that is too much gun for me. It is not mine. The stucco guy wanted me to see it.
There you go: you'll feel safer around me
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Not that anyone asked but that is too much gun for me. It is not mine. The stucco guy wanted me to see it.
There you go: you'll feel safer around me
But they are fun & cheap to shoot.

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IIRC I don't think Illinois likes anyone's concealed carry permits. Went from SW Missouri to NE Indiana and hoped my shirt did not blow up in Illinois( in therory of course).
For what it is worth, you can concealed carry in Illinois as long as you stay in close proximity of your vehicle as if you were getting gas or getting something out of your trunk. If you stop at a convenience store for gas you can not carry that weapon into the store, You would have to unholster and unload and lock it in the trunk or saddlebag.

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OK, if all y'all can have a thread about y'alls bows and arrows, I should be able to start one about shuriken and nunchaku. In the great Commonwealth of Kentucky, our conceal carry permits are actually referred to as CCDW where the DW stands for deadly weapon. Here is a snippet of the law:



LICENSE TO CARRY CONCEALED DEADLY WEAPONS IN KENTUCKY Kentucky’s license to carry concealed deadly weapons law became effective October 1, 1996 and is contained in KRS 237.110 through 237.136. The following summarizes the main provisions of the current law and includes the 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2006 amendments. I. Deadly WeaponsAs used in the Kentucky Penal Code, (See KRS 500.080.) "Deadly weapon" means any of the following: (a) A weapon of mass destruction; (b) Any weapon from which a shot, readily capable of producing death or other serious physical injury, may be discharged; (c) Any knife other than an ordinary pocket knife or hunting knife; (d) Billy, nightstick, or club; (e) Blackjack or slapjack; (f) Nunchaku karate sticks; (g) Shuriken or death star; or (h) Artificial knuckles made from metal, plastic, or other similar hard material;

This question came to mind when someone said that their state allows conceaded pistol carry. Are most states that restrictive? In other words, if I come to visit you, should I leave my nukes at home?


P.S. If you're wondering why Kentucky allows such liberty. Simple. We don't allow idiots to vote. It's in our state constitution. "Idiots" and "insane" persons shall not have the right to vote. KY. CONST. § 145(3).



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