As for California and their open carry laws........PLEASE......don't insult everyone's intelligence. You cannot carry openly in California and any attempt to state a contrary opinion can only be viewed as an intentional attempt to deceive the reader.[/quote:4o2a99cb]My rebuttal regarding Las Vegas and Seattle was entirely relevant. Unlicensed OC is allowed in both cities. Whether those cities are deemed to have relevancy in this discussion is certainly acceptable, however that relevancy does not change the fact that unlicensed OC is legal in both cities based on the basis that no law prohibits unlicensed open carry in either city.Bulldawg182 said:45 fan,
Don't know how you missed this, but go back a couple of posts and read mine again. Mine said:
I'd grant that Phoenix is a good example for your side of this discussion but Las Vegas and/or Seattle do NOT allow open or CC without a permit and are not relevant.
Your reply was:
Surely you can see the difference in my statement and your rebuttal......which was totally irrelevant to mine.Unlicensed open carry is allowed in Las Vegas and Seattle. If you disagree, post the relevant laws that would make unlicensed open carry illegal in either location.
[quote:4o2a99cb]If you can openly carry a handgun and ammo in public without a license, that qualifies as unlicensed OC. California does in fact allow something that Georgia does not.
OC is legal in all the places I listed without a license. The repeated use of statements similar to "unlicensed OC or CC" is met by an unlicensed OC condition and does not necessarily require an unlicensed CC condition to be met. I think unlicensed OC or CC is possible in Georgia in the next session. I think unlicensed OC and CC is unlikely in Georgia in the next session. I provided the links for unlicensed OC reading. Are those in error? Is there better reading material to correct my misunderstanding?