Good to know; I sometimes go through Kansas. If you happen to come to Colorado, anyone legally owning a handgun may have it loaded in the vehicle while here, "and it shall not be considered concealed"."Open Car Carry Firearms may be openly carried in cars without any license except where localities have made open carry illegal; however, concealed handgun permits accepted by KS make the holder exempt from all local open carry bans. "
This is for Kansas.
It sounds like open carry on a bicycle or motorcycle would be legal, but not in a car.In Michigan...Open carry is legal, but as soon as you step foot into a vehicle, it's considered concealed.
Any state that prohibits unlicensed vehicle carry is not an "open carry" state by my definition.
I am hopeful that a good SCOTUS decision in McDonald v. Chicago will eventually put an end to this nonsense.
It sounds like open carry on a bicycle or motorcycle would be legal, but not in a car.