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    Quote Originally Posted by corneileous View Post
    So this is probably one of the several reasons why you advocate open carry so much, because Alabama currently does what Oklahoma tried to pass several years ago, which is constitutional open carry. Makes sense now; you don’t wanna have to buy a permit to carry- which I can understand, Oklahoma’s currently trying it again now to go full-on permit abolishment now that we have a new governor so hopefully it passes but, how do you carry in your car? Isn’t that a pain in the rear to have to unload it each time you get in? Then load it back up once you get out? You ride bikes so how does that work out with open carrying? I’m just strictly curious.
    No, you're, as usual, just strictly uninformed.

    There's nothing in the Alabama Code requiring me to lock up my openly carried weapon while operating a vehicle of any kind, 2-wheeled or 4-wheeled or more.

    I open carry on a bike the same way I do on the street or in my truck - either on my belt in plain view, or with a shoulder holster if it's cold and I'm wearing outerwear that would cover my belt, or on rare ocassion, on a drop-leg platform.

    And of course I open carry as a way to get/keep government out of my life. It says precisely that in the post of mine you quoted. Not quite the epiphany you sound like you're describing here, is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluesStringer View Post
    No, you're, as usual, just strictly uninformed.
    Well, itís been a work in progress coming to terms with certain things. A lot of my opinions have changed since the first time you and I ever spoke to each other on here.

    There's nothing in the Alabama Code requiring me to lock up my openly carried weapon while operating a vehicle of any kind, 2-wheeled or 4-wheeled or more.

    I open carry on a bike the same way I do on the street or in my truck - either on my belt in plain view, or with a shoulder holster if it's cold and I'm wearing outerwear that would cover my belt, or on rare ocassion, on a drop-leg platform.

    And of course I open carry as a way to get/keep government out of my life. It says precisely that in the post of mine you quoted.
    Sooo, from what it says here, which I quote:

    YES/NO Ė WITHOUT A PERMIT:

    Without a permit, you can still legally carry in a vehicle but the handgun must be unloaded and locked in a compartment or container that is in or affixed securely to the vehicle and out of reach of the driver and any passenger in the vehicle.
    You must have a Permit to carry a loaded handgun in any vehicle.
    I looked at this and read it before I posted that last post so unless this website is wrong, I figured your freedom to open carry without a permit didnít apply to vehicles, unless you do pay for a permit, just for that. Thatís all I was asking. But if you do pay for a permit to not have to disarm and unload in your vehicle, 2-wheeled, 4-wheeled or more, doesnít that go against keeping the government out of your life? Now if Alabama was like Texas on vehicle carry, you wouldnít have to unload it, you just wouldnít be able to keep it on you and out in the open. Then you wouldnít have to have a permit at all, unless you wanted to conceal carry which, I donít see that happening with you.


    Not quite the epiphany you sound like you're describing here, is it?

    Blues
    Well I guess I donít quite get how to take this, respond to it or to understand what itís supposed to mean because I figured I was pretty clear on asking how you carried a loaded gun in your vehicle or on your bike since it clearly states you have to have a permit to do that, and how you say you only open carry because open carrying prevents you from having to buy a permit. Thatís all. You still wanna be snide with me from past experiences, thatís up to you. As Iíve stated, Iíve changed a lot of my opinions. Iíve come to terms with a lot of how you, and others feel towards gun laws and am quite happy that Oklahoma is on the road to being a constitutional carry state.



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