New Kentucky law

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    You should be able to carry on your own property. Maybe they just looked at the laws and saw it was missing. Thats good that they changed it to protect the property owners

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    Didnt know it was against the law.....hmmmm....and i am from Ky, just never thought about it, on my own property....gonna do what i want, and if you come n say something about it, well, you are tresspassing...
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    Did the cops in Kentucky used to come on your land and pat you down to see if your were carrying concealed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    Shouldn't need a law for that!
    I figure the above quote is worth repeating.
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    Ironically it used to be legal to carry concealed on your own premises in Ohio until they passed CC laws here. Now you need a permit to carry on your own premises.

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