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    Can someone post what states allow open carry (I have UT AND NH and will be ih the Bristol ,TN and Knoxville area.Looking for a public range to shoot while Iam down.Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samson View Post
    Can someone post what states allow pen carry for non-residents (I have UT AND NH and will be ih the Bristol ,TN and Knoxville area.Looking for a public range to shoot while Iam down.Thanks
    There is no state that allows open carry ONLY for state residents. Any state that allows open carry, allows it for state residents and out of staters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samson View Post
    Can someone post what states allow pen carry for non-residents (I have UT AND NH and will be ih the Bristol ,TN and Knoxville area.Looking for a public range to shoot while Iam down.Thanks
    Dosesn't "CCW" stand for "Concealed Carry Weapon"? Not sure of all of the states, you may want to check the "Resources" section of this site and check out the states you're heading to. It might be a good idea to contact the authority that issues the CC permits in the states in question since laws often change frequently.

    From what I understand, you don't need a permit in the state of VT and AK. The state of IN allows you to carry in accordance with your permit. If your permit has the word "Concealed", for example the FL "Concealed Weapons Permit", then your firearm must be carried "concealed". OTOH, if your permit simply states "Firearms Permit" like the state of GA, then you're allowed to carry "open" or "concealed".

    A quick check on OCDO lists the following states that allow OC with a permit: UT, ND, MN, IA, IN, TN, MS, GA, MA, CT, RI, NJ, MD and HI. I highly doubt that you would be able to get a permit in MA, NJ, MD and HI.

    According to OCDO, the following states have excellent OC laws: MT, ID, NV, WY, AZ, NM, SD, KY, VA, VT & AK.

    Hope this answers your question.



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    I plan to spend a week in the Kingsport,TN and would like to kmow if open carry is legal .Thanks Samson

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    You might want to try:

    OpenCarry.org - A Right Unexercised is a Right Lost!

    They have some open carry maps.
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    GF....I noticed you didn't list Michigan as an OC state....was that because you didnt know or was it just a list of states where you needed a permit to OC.......just sayin.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowDog View Post
    GF....I noticed you didn't list Michigan as an OC state....was that because you didnt know or was it just a list of states where you needed a permit to OC.......just sayin.....
    Might have missed it when I quickly glanced at the OCDO site.



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    kind of figured as much...hehehe...it's all good.....just sayin.........

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    no open carry in Mass.

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    I know AZ does.
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