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Quick answer: re CCW Indiana

Discussion in 'Legal' started by usp_fan, Sep 17, 2004.

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  1. usp_fan

    usp_fan Member

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    I'll be leaving after work to go to Indy for the weekend. What do I need to know about carring in IN? I know my OH permit is good, but not much else.

    One specific question: We'll likely be attending the B&B Circus with some friends. Will I be able to carry there? (it's the carnies, I'm terrified of them);)

    Thanks,

    --usp_fan
     
  2. 2nd Amendment

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    Most Indiana cops believe Concealed MEANS concealed. I'm not certain how the law views it but why draw their attention? You can't carry in courthouses, federal buildings and airports. Otherwise there's no barred locations I know of. I suppose someone could ask you to leave their place of business but it would have to be a specific act. I've never seen nor heard of signs barring CCW.

    Oh, beware the clowns. I think the Clown Defense is viable if you Mozambique one of 'em. :)
     
  3. txgho1911

    txgho1911 Member

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    Any permit/liscens to carry issued by any agency or country.
    If your card says concealed it better be concealed. If not and it is legal to carry open or concealed on your paper you may still want to keep it concealed. There is no state law prohibiting open cary by a permitee. There is however a lot of ignorance among people on what exactly is or is not legal. Some police recognise open carry as permited and will leave you allone. Security guards don't know and other police may cite you for disturbing the peace.
    Indiana needs better pre-emption at the state level.
     
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