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What Does Your CCW Cover

This is a discussion on What Does Your CCW Cover within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Idaho, anything. Long guns are specifically listed as not requiring a permit if they're concealed. :0 So we're progressive if you're big enough to cram ...

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    Idaho, anything.

    Long guns are specifically listed as not requiring a permit if they're concealed. :0

    So we're progressive if you're big enough to cram a rifle under your coat.


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    Here in Florida it's a "Concealed Weapon or Firearm License"

    I can carry anything as long as it's legal!
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    In PA the CWP covers only firearms. Though i don't know one cop who would arrest you for having any other dangerous weapon if you had a CWP.

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    In Arkansas it is a CHL. If you qualify with a auto you can carry any legal handgun. If you use a wheelgun to qualify you can only carry a wheelgun. Original law was only for the gun you qualified with. No restrictions on how many you can carry as long as you can conceal them. Knifes fall under a different law and are not considered a weapon if blade length is under 3".

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    In Arkansas it's a CHL...Concealed Handgun License. No knives, etc. At first I thought I could carry anything. Later found out it covers just a gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter
    In PA. with your valid LTC you may carry - properly concealed - any handgun (legally registered to you) as your defensive firearm. Below are considered to be offensive weapons.
    Handguns are registered in PA?
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    In Michigan it's for handguns only.
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    In Ky its a Concealed Deadly Weapons Permit. If I can hid I can carry it, Swords ,sword canes ,auto knife ,Bowie knives, 1 or as many as you want.
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    OH license only specifies handguns, but does NOT dictate caliber or how many you can have on your person.
    It's not about the caliber you carry, it's about how you USE it.

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    In Colorado it's called a Concealed Handgun Permit, and only allows carry of handguns.

    Knives, with fixed or foldable blades under 3.5 in are legal to carry concealed. In a fixed blade style anything much bigger would be hard to hide anyway.

    One question: If Texas law limits you to revolvers if you qualify with a revolver, what do they consider a derringer? Do you have to qualify with a pistol to carry a derringer?
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    In Minnesota the law does not mention anything but pistols, but carrying a fixed blade knife of any length is legal for anyone. I'm not sure about batons, OC, etc.

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    In MA, a LTC authorizes you (if proper class of LTC and not otherwise restricted) to carry only handguns (any sort) and OC/mace.

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    additional info for Texas.....
    knive blade length can't be over 5 1/2", no clubs, night sticks, asps, etc, of course these limitations are not if effect along with having handgun in the vehicle if traveling
    all defense spray is legal, except the crowd control size lol

    However, there is supposed to be legislation in the works allowing CHL owners to take a baton class and some sort of sticker or new permit issued allowing us to carry an asp/baton, and remove blade length limitations.
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    Kalifornia ONLY allows the specific handguns listed on your permit. No knifes, spears, nunchucks, or throwing stars.

    In fact, you will probably get into more trouble if you get caught with an autoknife than a gun...too bad really...our son (staff sgt in the Air Force) gave me a Benchmade auto knife that is really impressive but very illegal for me to carry, so it stays in my gunsafe. Apparently different rules for active military.

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    Idaho is a Concealed Weapons License: a concealed weapon means any dirk, dirk knife, bowie knife, dagger, pistol, revolver, or any other deadly or dangerous weapon.
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