What part of CO? There is no OC in Denver.
Generally printing is not cause to be arrested. Most people won't even notice if it prints. I know some states are very strict on the definition of concealed, but I don't think CO is one of them.
This is a discussion on Newbe CCW Question within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Recently I was in my local gun store, and I heard a guy talking about how a local LEO had seen his CCW printing and ...
Recently I was in my local gun store, and I heard a guy talking about how a local LEO had seen his CCW printing and informed him that if he saw it again he would be in the back of the squad car. Here in Colorado we can open carry. My question is if by some accendent my CCW does print have I broken the law? After hearing this, I was uncomfortable CC, as I wear very light weight golf shirts for work. Sometimes my CCW may show. I read all of the state laws on CC but found nothing to answer my question. Any help would be great.
If as you say you can OC in CO the cop is full of it. If I were the "guy" I would politely thank the cop, get his name and call his commander. They need to as LEO's at least become familiar with the law. I am personally a little tired of LEO's injecting their "opinion" if that is what is going on as if it were the law.
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Is it just Denver proper... or does it include outlying areas? I only ask because I'm in Aurora but literally just a few blocks from what would be considered Denver.
I think just Denver proper you can't OC. I thought the LEO was feeling just a little high and mighty. I am on a pretty close basis with the high-ups in the department so I want to talk to them about it. I wish I had the LEOs name for when I do talk to the department.