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Discussion in 'Conceal & Open Carry' started by bryan, May 16, 2012.
is alabama an open carry state?
Use GOOGLE should be able to find out just about anything you want.
Yes it is.
Yes but IIRC they have some strict laws to go along with it.
Open Carry Information:
New Jersey is not a traditional open carry state. However, should you be wealthy or connected enough to get one of the rare New Jersey handgun carry permits, New Jersey law makes no distinction between open and concealed carry. However, the status of the state�s preemption law would make this a dangerous proposition. They are amongst the top 5 rights restricted states in the union. Please see http://opencarry.org/
www.opencarry.org It is your friend.
Along with, www.alabamaopencarry.com
wow just checked the opencarry.org site, Wyoming looks fun haha
As of May 17th, 2012...
Welcome to the Glock Forum Bryan !!
thank sir...i talk to a cop and he said its a open carry state but you'll still more than likly gonna go to jail because most cops don't know the law good enough!
Do a googl search for "Alabama State Code".
Alisondb.legislature.state.al I think is what it is.
Go to "title 13a Criminal Code"
Go to "Chapter 11".
Scroll down to "Section 13a-11-50".
Read, print, and learn so "You" will know what the laws are.
Hope that helps you.
Same as in Florida, yea if you go hunting fishing you 'can' open carry, but most leo's don't know the new legislation.. which means telling an officer he/she doesn't know the law which will piss that officer off ALOT
This is always a possibility in any OC state and you will never get back the money it costs you. Cheapest solution is to leave the gun at home and get a CPL.
Even though I can't carry concealed, I still am going to get a Maine non res permit, recognized by AZ but you still have to be 21 to conceal. It's still a permit.
has any body installed a internal laser and if so do you recommend it versa external? Glock 30
They will know it pretty fast if they make an arrest. The officer will have to come up with a statute that was violated, in his/her arrest report.
I figure a felony arrest for something that is not illegal would be good for a 5-10 grand settlement in a civil suit along with everything wiped clean.