"The [fill in-the-State-Name] Tuck"

"The [fill in-the-State-Name] Tuck"

This is a discussion on "The [fill in-the-State-Name] Tuck" within the Open Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; We have the "Va Tuck" to carry in restaurants and clubs that sell alcohol for on premise consumption. Come July, we'll only need to "Tuck" ...

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    "The [fill in-the-State-Name] Tuck"

    We have the "Va Tuck" to carry in restaurants and clubs that sell alcohol for on premise consumption. Come July, we'll only need to "Tuck" if consuming ourselves.

    NC Bullseye posted that they have a " "X" [State] Tuck" type law I NC

    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    It's not illegal to carry into a financial institution in NC, just illegal to conceal carry. You can open carry as long as the institution isn't posted.
    So, I got to wondering, "How many places there might be where you can OC but not CC -- albeit you have a CHP.

    [Please leave out laws that allow OC w/o a permit, for the sake of this poll. I looking for were a CCer needs to OC to enter "X".]

    Does your State have places where you must OC, not CC, if you are carrying?

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    FL= No OC
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    In PA there is no place that you MUST OC.
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    No in AZ.

    However we have one law where you MUST CC with permit. That is in a restaurant that serves alcohol. Even the New Constitutional Carry bill, coming into effect on July 29 doesn’t change those requirements.

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    Nevada Oc without CCW.

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    No place that OC is required instead of CC in Utah.
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    I voted YES, but just for a few more weeks.
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    No Open Carry in SC, period.
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    Churches here in Louisiana. CCW not allowed in "Houses of Worship" but there is no law against Open Carry. As long as the head of the particular church/Mosque/Temple/whatever gives you permission you can legally Open Carry there.

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    No as far as Tennessee is concerned.
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    currently in TN, so no. you get a handgun carry permit. OC=CC
    used to live in MI. no laws about OC, so really you can OC just about anywhere, and there obviously restrictions on CC. So in MI it would be a yes.
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    Since I'm in Virginia also, I guess you know my answer.
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    No OC in Florida.

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    Not anymore. Ohio used to REQUIRE open carry when in a vehicle.

    The "Buckeye tuck".

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    CPL holders can OC in any pistol free zones that they can't CC at. Dumb law in my book.

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