Antique pocket gun question

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  1. Shellsters

    Shellsters
    Rosebug, Oregon
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    Want to know what the law says about carrying an antique handgun in a pocket without a CC.
    Anyone know what the rules are here?
     
  2. Kruejl

    Kruejl
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    I don't believe there is any difference. A concealed handgun is a concealed handgun. Why not just get your CHL and be legal?
     
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    AndyinEverson
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    Well since many places do not consider antiques , firearms and place them under the same rules / laws..you might be okay to conceal carry without a permit....
    That said...

    I am not a lawyer , nor play one on TV...also I would not want to be a test court case either....
    I would strongly suggest you get a permit and be legal...its far easier , than explaining yourself to a law enforcement officer or in a courtroom.

    Andy
     
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    Tis true, and I agree as well! Especially if you get in a spot where you have to use it!
     
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    Kruejl
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    And, since asking for legal advice like this on an internet forum can be inherently dangerous and full of misinformation.....

    I would consult your county LE office or maybe an attorney that specializes in firearms in Oregon.

    To keep false information and suggestions of doing something that could potentially break the law out of this.....

    Thread closed.
     
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