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What about Ohio?
I live in an open carry state presently but still feel uncomfortable carrying a weapon. While stationed and living in beautiful Arizona I carried my weapon openly while riding my motorcycle as it seemed to be a deterrent for ill-intent people who threw objects, mostly food products and liquids, out from open vehicle windows at motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians. I can honestly say I never had to draw my weapon in the five years I lived there.
You left out Oklahoma. As long as you are not a convicted Felon, you can open or conceal carry with no license needed.
Iowa has open carry too
I thought NV was open carry as well…
Damnit. I had my hopes set on Jersey, too.
Here in Tennessee it’s a Gun Friendly State you can carry your Gun anywhere in the State in your vehicle without a Permit they have a Law they’re wanting to pass you can even carry your Handgun anywhere without a Permit in Tennessee. Tennessee Respects the 2nd Amendment
I have had a CHL (Concealed Handgun Lisence) since Texas first passed the law. I attended classes and then had to qualify with a shooting passing score from all standard shooting positions. I have renewed my liscence for so many years that I can do it online without furthur testing, background checks, or etc. Even though Texas is an open carry state, I choose to use concealed carry rather than open carry. It attracts less attention if no one knows whether you are carrying or not. And I am proud to say I have never had to pull my weapon on anther person.
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