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Tricky Question?

Discussion in 'Legal' started by BIGBANG, Jan 19, 2011.

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  1. BIGBANG

    BIGBANG Member

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    ok, i live in Fla, but i travel through alabama, georgia, and tennessee, several times a year, since i have a Fla ccw can i open carry in those states that allow open carry? even though i only have a "concealed carry" license?
     
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    thanks sam1911, that answered it alright , i just hope fla gets the open carry passed
     
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    Make sure when checking other state laws that you are looking in the 'non-resident' portion. I drove from Arizona to Maine a few years ago and it was a pain with all the laws so I said screw it and concealed anyway. Not a good idea but thats what I did :)
     
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    Georgia's reciprocity law:

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    That doesn't look like an issue for Georgia since it only requires compliance with GA law, which allows licensed open carry.

    There are some states (I think Indiana is one) where a non-resident with reciprocal permit must abide by the terms of their permit. That means those of us whose permit is only good for concealed carry can't carry openly in those states, even if the resident permits allow it.
     
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