Saturday, February 7, 2009

Packin' Heat in Kentucky

One of the many things I love about living in Kentucky is our Open Carry Law. If you can legally own a gun you can legally carry a gun. That's right, you can openly carry a hand gun for all to see anywhere you go. You can not however carry a firearm in a Federal building or State or County Government building or a bank. Anywhere else is fine as long as they do not have a sign that says No Firearms Allowed. This is my everyday carry. A Hi Point Arms 9mm. I hardly ever use this tactical holster though. Usually just laying in the seat or in my pocket. All completely legal. Watch for more of Open Carry Laws in Kentucky on Kentucky Preppers Network soon.






This is Bullseye....OUT !!!!

10 comments:

HermitJim said...

I think that's a very sensible law, myself. Wish we had one here!

Catman said...

Looks like I have the same holster, except I would carry my Springfield Armory 1911....if we had an open carry law in Ca.

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Sweet...

Nope, Uncle-- We got Concealed Carry, though...

Coal Miner said...

That a boy!! I wish the law was the same here in WV. Tell ya what though. I'll carry mine anyways! LOL

Bullseye said...

Hey Jim, Good to live in a state that still respects the rights of it's people. It is a sensible law. Thanks for coming over my man.

Catman, it's a pretty cool holster, I wear it when I ride my atv in the mountians. A little much for everyday carry, but I like it. Springfield Armory is a great gun man, my buddy carries one all the time. Thanks my Cali Cat.

Cygnus, we have Concealed Carry here to with a lisence, I would rather just open carry and be done with it. Plus you can open carry in place that you can't "CC"..that's just crazy I think. Thanks brother/

Coal Miner...you like. Just like your my friend. Oh yea, glad you got yours back man...LOL Not sure about carry laws in WV, I'll check and let you know. Take care son and thanks for stopping by.

TEAM HALL said...

That's HOT!!! Okay, now let me tell you how it works in Canada: In order to purchase a handgun we must first take a course. If we pass and of course shell out a few hundred bucks to the instructor, we can then buy one. From the gun store, we must then purchase a licence to then move that gun to one place. Yes, a licence to move that gun ONE TIME to a set location. If that gun is taken to another location, we must purchase another licence to move it to another set location.
Here's the kicker...you NEVER tell anyone that you've taken the handgun course - because LOTS of people who have, have their guns stolen. By who??? Hmmmmm.
One more time....that's HOT!!! lol I'm moving to Kentucky!

Bullseye said...

Team Hall, I just don't think I would make a very good Canadian. Kentucky is a great place to live for many reasons, our gun law is one. I guess I do look kinda HOT with that 9 hanging on. LMAO

Off Grid Survival said...

Same Reason I love Nevada!!!

western mass. man said...

I'm jealous.
Mass. sucks ass big time.
My city won't allow CCW unless you prove to him you need one.
Now my pistols can only take a walk in the woods or sit locked in a cabinet, separate from ammo and mags.
So, If I ever have an intruder, I have to say to him, "hang on, lemmie go get my gun.".
I'm lookin to transfer to KY.

Tracy said...

In Alabama, you can OC except in a vehicle. We need to get that changed. In the neighboring totalitarian state of Tennessee, OC or having a loaded gun in your vehicle will get you thrown in jail, and will generally cost several thousands of dollars, probation, etc. to finally get free of it. It's not a felony, but they treat you like a felon. Me and my tax dollars avoid that state.