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Wichita, Open Carry Legal

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by A Fat Idiott, Jul 12, 2012.

  1. A Fat Idiott

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  2. IndyGunFreak

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    Hmm, that would be an interesting law to read. What if a gun doesn't have an external safety? What if like a Glock, the "external safety" (ie, the one on the trigger) is passive? What about a XD, which only has a grip safety? What if you consider your gun carried "on safe" because you don't have mush between your ears and know not to pull the trigger?

    Seems kind of a ridiculous requirement, and I'm guessing it will get some folks in trouble.
     


  3. rvrctyrngr

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    Interesting. Guess no one can OC a revolver.

    Idjits.
     
  4. Do keep in mind that laws are written and passed mostly by lawyers... who more often than not have very limited knowledge of firearms.
     
  5. tomcon

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    I think they knew exactly what they were doing. Complying with the AG's ruling and still finding a way to inconvenience anyone open carrying.
    I know, pretty cynical.


     
  6. Bananas

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    Living in Wichita, I probably won't OC, but this at least makes it VIABLE. Previously the law in Wichita was that you could OC with an EMPTY gun... with a mag or speedloader in your pocket! :rofl:

    That, thankfully, didn't last long.