I like to read the laws so if I am ever questioned I know what I am talking about and not just hear say, not that I don't trust you all but I just met you. Where can I find the laws pertaining to open carry?
You can't! There aren't any!mr_blove said:Where can I find the laws pertaining to open carry?
Harmons was the first store that I had some excitement at. Especially the one in West Valley City :dancing:Shaolin said:Was at Harmon's in Roy today (OCing), as I was checking out the cashier asked if I was a cop, I said no. Then why do you have a gun, I told her that Utah Law permitted me to. She said that was scary, I asked why? I told her that anyone 18 years or older can OC in Utah, but not fully loaded, but if you have a CCW you can carry fully loaded. She asked if mine was fully loaded, I told her yes. Again she said that is scary. I asked why, she said she does not like guns. I tolded her what if someone came in and robbed you, she said she would freak out. I told her that at least I could protect myself and anyone with me, if threaten or shot at. She said that would be good. So I went on my way.
Yes.PetersenRD said:If OC is legal then is it okay for me to transport my gun in my car with a full mag with nothing in the pipe? Also, where do I have to store it in the car so it's not concealed?
I'm gonna try to install a Serpa holster on my dash. This way it's secure. Probably going to the harware store tonight to get stuff. Hopefully I can have it done for the Meetxmirage2kx said:Passenger seat or dashboard is the best place.
Ah, but don't forget to not drive through a school zone if you are carrying like this if you don't have a CFP.PW said:
So what law wins State or Federal? (Fed: No unless licensed by the state you are in, or going hunting, or locked up) or (State 76-10-505.5-3-D-ii: School zone does not apply if "in any vehicle lawfully under the person's control")Jeff Johnson said:Ah, but don't forget to not drive through a school zone if you are carrying like this if you don't have a CFP.
With a CFP, we can carry in school zones, even inside the schools. However, without a CFP, you have no such protection from the Federal Gun Free School Zone Act.
Keep that in mind...
Federal law usually trumps state law. The thing about federal law is that local law enforcement only has to enforce local laws. They have a hard enough time keeping track of all of those, so they won't bust you on federal stuff - and there aren't feds running around enforcing for the most part.xmirage2kx said: