Concealed Carry

Discussion in 'Glockers of the Old Dominion' started by glock27ss, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. glock27ss

    glock27ss

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    In Virginia what does Concealed Carry Really mean? I am about to take the Concealed carry course and I'm sure that I will learn all of this there, but I just want some knowledge prior to going there. I have done alot of Google searching but come up with little information.
     
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    It means that the gun is not visible to common observation while being carried on your person. Or, covered and or enclosed by any means while in a vehicle. Good luck with your class.
     

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    It really doesn't matter in VA as long as you have a CCW, since you can open carry without a permit. In some states they can pull your permit if not concealed...
     
  4. glock27ss

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    Well all tomorrow I am going to take my CC class.... Then within 45 days of that I will have my CC permit!!
     
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    Some of the longest 45 days of your life :cool:
     
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    Congrats on your CHP!
     
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    Congrats! Glad to hear your taking the class' they really help a lot.

    Just remember, practice safety and practice, practice, practice with your firearm. Knowledge and efficiency is key to self-defense.


    Congrats again, and Welcome to the Club!

    -J

    "No matter what someone tells you, Every firearm is loaded and should be treated as such" - Anonymous Gun Enthusiast