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Binman4OSU

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Know the rules and don't screw this up for everyone else.

Constitutional Carry goes into effect tomorrow Nov 1st.

You must 21 years old to carry a firearm without a permit OR 18 yr old if you are IN the military

You still must pass a federal background check to buy a firearm

If you are a Felon you can not participate

If you have been convicted of aggravated or domestic assault and battery you can not participate

If you have been adjudicated (declared by a court) as having a mental illness you can not participate

A private business can refuse you service and remove you from their grounds if you are carrying. It is their right.

Most businesses will have a sticker or sign in the window saying that guns are not permitted and you MUST comply with that

You can not carry in Public or Private School property K-College (as most state colleges ban firearms)

You can not carry on a School bus or any vehicle used by any school for transportation of students or teachers

You can not carry on modes of Public transportation such as City Buses

You can not carry in Casinos

You can not carry in State or Local Government Buildings unless they specifically allow it

You can not carry on any private property where the owner tells says you can not
 

kaboy42

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So I can't carry (on person) on a state college campus, but can it be locked in a vehicle parked on campus? :confused:
 

Binman4OSU

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So I can't carry (on person) on a state college campus, but can it be locked in a vehicle parked on campus? :confused:
For purposes of this subsection, the following property shall not be construed as prohibited for persons
1. Any property set aside for the use or parking of any vehicle, whether attended or unattended, provided the handgun is carried or stored as required by law and the handgun is not removed from the vehicle without the prior consent of the college or university president or technology center school administrator while the vehicle is on any college, university, or technology center school property;
2. Any property authorized for possession or use of handguns by college, university, or technology center school policy; and
3. Any property authorized by the written consent of the college or university president or technology center school administrator, provided the written consent is carried with the handgun and the valid handgun license while on college, university, or technology center school property.

See: Okla. Stat. Ann. tit. 21 § 1277(D).
 

kaboy42

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Also the law for transporting (in a vehicle) have NOT changed. Unless you have a CCW, your firearm must be unloaded and separate from your ammunition.
Seems a little counterintuitive. Any idea if there's going to be a push to make these laws match? :confused:

Kinda silly that I can walk through Bricktown with a loaded and concealed weapon, but I cannot drive thru Bricktown with a loaded, clearly visible firearm on my center console. :blink:
 
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Also, you cannot carry a weapon where alcohol sales represent the primary source of income for the establishment.
- eating establishments that serve alcohol, but food is the primary source of sales = Yes
- Tavern, Bar, Nightclub, Saloon, etc. where food is served, but alcohol is the primary source of sales = No
 

jakeman

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Also the law for transporting (in a vehicle) have NOT changed. Unless you have a CCW, your firearm must be unloaded and separate from your ammunition.
I do not believe that is correct. Can you post the actual section of the law that prohibits transportation of a loaded handgun?
 

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I do not believe that is correct. Can you post the actual section of the law that prohibits transportation of a loaded handgun?
I just came here to post the same thing. Seems bass ackwards to have a gun but can't be loaded it if it is your car. May as well carry a big rock if that's the case. Not saying it isn't true, just saying that is the first I've heard that and can't find it in some brief research. A link would be nice.
 

jakeman

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I just came here to post the same thing. Seems bass ackwards to have a gun but can't be loaded it if it is your car. May as well carry a big rock if that's the case. Not saying it isn't true, just saying that is the first I've heard that and can't find it in some brief research. A link would be nice.

I don't believe it's correct. Not from the version of the law that I read, but I don't know that for a fact.

I do know there are some restrictions for transporting a chamber loaded long gun, just as there has always been, but it specifically excludes clip or magazine loaded long guns.
 
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Also the law for transporting (in a vehicle) have NOT changed. Unless you have a CCW, your firearm must be unloaded and separate from your ammunition.
I do not believe that is correct. Can you post the actual section of the law that prohibits transportation of a loaded handgun?
Our local sheriff (Washington County) posted on Facebook saying that part of the law has not been updated yet. I took them for their word. I have not read the entire law to verify if they are correct.

 

jakeman

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Our local sheriff (Washington County) posted on Facebook saying that part of the law has not been updated yet. I took them for their word. I have not read the entire law to verify if they are correct.


This, is the really scary part. I believe your sheriff is incorrect.

This is going to take some time for everyone to completely understand the law, including law enforcement.