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Open Carry

Discussion in 'Lone Star Glockers' started by jmsfmtex, May 28, 2007.

  1. This may be a dumb question but then again who said I was smart?

    Can I open carry on my property? I live in a rural area on 5~10 acres. I practice dry firing and concealed carry a lot in the house. So I was just wondering when I go out do I need to leave my gun behind? Or sometimes I carry loaded to check things out.
     
  2. cwood

    cwood

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    YES.

    However, one caveat to keep in mind. Be sure that any action you take cannot be taken as a threatening measure. That might constitute disorderly conduct.

    That is really unlikely, but you need to be aware of the potential. From what you describe, I think that that situation would be HIGHLY unlikely. Have fun.
     


  3. S.O.Interceptor

    S.O.Interceptor Khem-Adam

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    If you're on your own property why not just conceal it? That way you have it when you need it and no one calls the S.O. on you.

    You can't display a firearm in a "public place" and that usually doesn't include your private property, but I wouldn't want to test it. If someone can see you and feels threatened you can bet you'll at least end up talking to a Deputy.