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  1. #11
    Each state has different laws on carry, I am disabled and I am home 96% of the time, and I carry every day both ways... Here in SC as long as your on your property its legal, and I have my ccp too,,,,,,,,,,,,
    Glock Carrier in SC.

    MufDady

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  3. #12
    In Oregon as long as you are on your property you can carry concealed with out a license or you can carry open in Oregon except for Portland.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by gun runner View Post
    In Oregon as long as you are on your property you can carry concealed with out a license or you can carry open in Oregon except for Portland.
    When did that go into effect?

  5. #14
    What about the Ohio laws. I have a friend who asked me the same question about oc and ccw on his property. He hasn't got his license yet. Is class is coming up in the next few months.
    Andrew

  6. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by abock33 View Post
    What about the Ohio laws. I have a friend who asked me the same question about oc and ccw on his property. He hasn't got his license yet. Is class is coming up in the next few months.
    In Ohio you can OC any weapon, but need a permit for CCW.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by gun runner
    In Oregon as long as you are on your property you can carry concealed with out a license or you can carry open in Oregon except for Portland.

    Quote Originally Posted by rockwerks View Post
    When did that go into effect?
    The online ordinances for Portland do not specify when they were enacted, but it has been years that I know of:

    14A.60.010 Possession of a Loaded Firearm in a Public Place.

    A. It is unlawful for any person to knowingly possess or carry a firearm, in or upon a public place, including while in a vehicle in a public place, recklessly having failed to remove all the ammunition from the firearm.

    B. It is unlawful for any person to knowingly possess or carry a firearm and that firearm’s clip or magazine, in or upon a public place, including while in a vehicle in a public place, recklessly having failed to remove all the ammunition from the clip or magazine.

    C. The following are exceptions and constitute affirmative defenses to a violation of this Section:

    1. A police officer or other duly appointed peace officers, whether active or honorably retired.

    2. A member of the military in the performance of official duty.

    3. A person licensed to carry a concealed handgun.

    4. A person authorized to possess a loaded firearm while in or on a public building under ORS 166.370.

    5. A government employee authorized or required by his or her employment or office to carry firearms.

    6. A person summoned by a police officer to assist in making arrests or preserving the peace, while such person is actually engaged in assisting the officer.

    7. A merchant who possesses or is engaged in lawfully transporting unloaded firearms as merchandise.

    8. Organizations which are by law authorized to purchase or receive weapons from the United States or from this state.

    9. Duly authorized military or civil organizations while parading, or their members when going to and from the places of meeting of their organization.

    10. A corrections officer while transporting or accompanying an individual convicted of or arrested for an offense and confined in a place of incarceration or detention while outside the confines of the place of incarceration or detention.

    11. Persons travelling to and from an established target range, whether public or private, for the purpose of practicing shooting targets at the target ranges.

    12. Licensed hunters or fishermen while engaged in hunting or fishing, or while going to or returning from a hunting or fishing expedition.

    13. A person authorized by permit of the Chief of Police to possess a loaded firearm, clip, or magazine in a public place in the City of Portland.

    14. A security guard employed at a financial institution insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation while the security guard is on duty.

    D. It is unlawful for any person who possesses a firearm, clip or magazine in or upon a public place, or while in a vehicle in a public place, to refuse to permit a police officer to inspect that firearm after the police officer has identified him or herself as a police officer. This Section does not apply to law enforcement officers or members of the military in the performance of official duties, nor persons licensed to carry a concealed handgun or persons authorized to possess a loaded firearm, clip or magazine while in or on a public building or court facility.
    You can't even carry a loaded clip or magazine in Portland.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by abock33
    What about the Ohio laws. I have a friend who asked me the same question about oc and ccw on his property. He hasn't got his license yet. Is class is coming up in the next few months.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shooter Mike View Post
    In Ohio you can OC any weapon, but need a permit for CCW.
    Ohio Code:
    2923.12 Carrying concealed weapons.
    (A) No person shall knowingly carry or have, concealed on the person’s person or concealed ready at hand, any of the following:

    (1) A deadly weapon other than a handgun;

    (2) A handgun other than a dangerous ordnance;

    (3) A dangerous ordnance.

    (C)(1) This section does not apply to any of the following:

    (c) A person’s transportation or storage of a firearm, other than a firearm described in divisions (G) to (M) of section 2923.11 of the Revised Code, in a motor vehicle for any lawful purpose if the firearm is not on the actor’s person;

    (d) A person’s storage or possession of a firearm, other than a firearm described in divisions (G) to (M) of section 2923.11 of the Revised Code, in the actor’s own home for any lawful purpose.
    I do notice there is no exception for on a person's land, just in the home. And, yes, the code only prohibits concealed carry.

    And, in Ohio, you cannot carry a firearm in a vehicle without a CCW - only transport it:

    2923.16 Improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle.
    (A) No person shall knowingly discharge a firearm while in or on a motor vehicle.

    (B) No person shall knowingly transport or have a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle in such a manner that the firearm is accessible to the operator or any passenger without leaving the vehicle.

    (C) No person shall knowingly transport or have a firearm in a motor vehicle, unless the person may lawfully possess that firearm under applicable law of this state or the United States, the firearm is unloaded, and the firearm is carried in one of the following ways:

    (1) In a closed package, box, or case;

    (2) In a compartment that can be reached only by leaving the vehicle;

    (3) In plain sight and secured in a rack or holder made for the purpose;

    (4) If the firearm is at least twenty-four inches in overall length as measured from the muzzle to the part of the stock furthest from the muzzle and if the barrel is at least eighteen inches in length, either in plain sight with the action open or the weapon stripped, or, if the firearm is of a type on which the action will not stay open or which cannot easily be stripped, in plain sight.

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