This is a discussion on Can you OC in states if you are not a resident? within the Open Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by ecbaatz Now now, you know it is not a "registration" it is a "safety inspection" at least that is what they officially ...
I wonder if this means they're finally coming out of the closet on this subject?(3) A law enforcement agency that takes possession of a dangerous weapon under subsection (2) shall check all available local and state stolen weapon and stolen property files and the national crime information center stolen gun and property files to determine the legal owner of the dangerous weapon. If the dangerous weapon is a pistol, the law enforcement agency also shall check the state pistol registration records to determine the legal owner.
So be aware your good to open carry unless your in a car or bus. I wonder how this applies to a motor cycle?
I'm confused all over again.If you are a non-resident of Michigan with a valid concealed pistol permit from your home state, Michigan will recognize your permit... Without a CPL, a non-resident may not have a pistol in Michigan.
It seems that MI is denying my RKBA because my state doesn't issue permits, though I have permits from other states.
Some time ago, probably on OCDO, I'd read that with a resident permit, anyone can conceal in MI. With a permit of any kind, a person may OC.
But the FAW quoted above sounds like I can't carry, period.And this sounds like I can OC with no permit from anywhere.Originally Posted by TedBeau
Can anyone link to statutes?
As for the original question, here in WI anyone who is not a prohibited person may OC.
No permit needed, though there are a few restrictions:
not in a place that serves alcohol for on-premises consumption (must have permission from owner or manager)
not within 1000' of the edge of a school property
not in a vehicle (must be unloaded & encased; unloaded means no rounds in the chamber or magazine, if one is inserted)
not in taxpayer-owned buildings
not in state parks or fish hatcheries
in Kansas, if you are legal to own it .... then you are legal to open carry it. Cities/Counties can make it "illegal" , so unfortunately you may have to check the specific city / town to see if there is a law agains OC.
You will not find a law per se saying it's legal, because they write laws only to tell you what is illegal.
Iowa : off of the Atty General’s site , http://www.dps.state.ia.us/asd/SF2379_FAQ.pdf
QUESTION: Will Iowa publish a list of states whose permits will be honored, and will Iowa publish a list of states that will honor the Iowa permit?
ANSWER: No. Iowa will honor any valid permit issued by any other state(my emphasis). Iowa permit holders will need to check with other states to determine if their Iowa permit will be honored in that state.
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