Open carry is legal in Oklahoma with a valid carry permit from Oklahoma or any other state as well as individuals from states with permitless carry (Alaska, Arizona,Vermont and Wyoming). For more information on obtaining an Oklahoma Carry Permit visit our Oklahoma Carry Permit page.
There is a complete state preemption on all firearm laws in the state of Oklahoma.
The minimum age for open carry in Oklahoma is 21 years of age.
Handguns must be unloaded and in plain view or in a secured visible case if you do not have a valid permit.
The restricted places listed for carrying concealed apply to open carries as well.
For concealed carry information, visit our oklahoma Concealed Carry page.
11/5/2013 – Format updated along with all information.
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