Wow. That dippy brunette sure doesn't understand that LEGAL AND ON PRIVATE PROPERTY means that you can't be arrested or asked to leave the vicinity for carrying a firearm. And, of course, the NYC talking heads just can't understand that the world is much different outside of Long Island or Manhattan.
What I thought was weird was that the guy was on private property with permission and yet the cops stated that "as long as it was openly carried" it was legal. ***??? Since WHEN is it mandatory that while on private property you openly carry firearms? I always thought that you could carry a firearm any way you wanted so long as you were on PRIVATE property.
Is NH backwards in this?