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Milton, WV

#21 May 13, 2013
Crazy mom lives on top of 20th street hill. Her info and upbringing all started there as well. Running her mouth about something she does not know anything what so ever. That's obvious lol

Know before you speak or look like a idiot!
Pro Gun

Huntington, WV

#22 May 13, 2013
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It is legal to open carry in W.V. but you have to read the laws on where they are prohibited. You cannot carry in any State building, Federal building, ANY school property, and there are a few cities that have restrictions including Charleston, South Charleston, Martinsburg, and maybe a few more.
Also, you are not supposed to carry in stores or any privately owned place that have signs up that says 'No Firearms' or something of the like. To be guilty of a misdemeanor on that count though you would have to be asked to leave and refuse.
I support the 2nd Amendment and I have a concealed carry permit.
I really wouldn't recommend open carry. There are many overzealous policeman out there who may give you a hard time about it. It IS legal, but some policeman are ignorant of the law and arguing with a Policeman with a gun strapped to your hip could be a very bad situation.
Just some friendly advice.
I agree with you on the overzealous and ignorant part, its sad that it has to be that way though. Nobody is trying to begin a war or battle by no means, but hassle someone exercising their rights is just BS.

Elkview, WV

#23 May 13, 2013
There is no such thing as an 'open carry permit' that I know of.

Not in any state.

Daniels, WV

#24 May 13, 2013
Pro Gun wrote:
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I have read that and understand I have the right to own a gun but not to carry it in the open or loaded. In California and a few other states they carry open but the weapon has to be unloaded, which I agrer is stupid as hell, what are you going to do if attacked , throw it at them. I am pro gun just confused that our state laws do not clarify open carry and loaded.
It states you can keep and bear arms for self defense, meaning you can have it on your person. City ordinances may restrict this on city property, and obviously there are other government buildings in which you cannot carry.

A civil rights lawyer would happily consult with you on it, if you would need this information to come from someone with a degree in law.

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