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    Quote Originally Posted by Rookie View Post
    Actually, I did read the whole story. I wasn't sure about the notification part and I was asking. If my wanting you to make sure that you have your butt covered now AND in the future is irrelevant, my apologies..
    Sorry if I sounded arrogant there, I always cover my own butt.

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    This exact thing got a guy killed out west when one cop called for the guy to pull out his gun. Another cop didn't hear the order, saw the guy reach for his gun and opened fire. The other officers joined in the shoot.

    Is this approach of "ok hand me your loaded gun butt first" taught in academy? Didn't we just see how wrong this was during the Indy open carry episode recently? Where is IndyMonkey anyway?

    And what the heck does "ok I've got you covered" prove if the guy says he doesn't feel comfortable pulling out his gun?

    I realize we only have one side of the story right now but holy cow!

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    Can anyone link me to the story about the guy getting killed "out west" so that I can include it in my message?

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    ISP: Firearms FAQs

    Page eight of the licensing to carry firearms FAQ

    From the way I'm reading from Indiana state police website, since Ohio requires you to notify, Indiana requires you to do the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rookie View Post
    ISP: Firearms FAQs

    Page eight of the licensing to carry firearms FAQ

    From the way I'm reading from Indiana state police website, since Ohio requires you to notify, Indiana requires you to do the same.


    Essplain please....


    I am a permit holder from another state and will be in Indiana in the future. Where and
    how can I carry my handgun in your state?
    As stated in the previous question, Indiana honors licenses issued by other states according to the
    terms thereof. In other words, if you home state requires the weapon be concealed, then the
    weapon must be concealed in Indiana. If you cannot carry on your person in your vehicle in
    your home state, then do not do so in Indiana.
    Indiana does not prohibit Indiana personal protection permit holders from carrying in an
    establishment that serves or sells alcohol.
    An Indiana personal protection permit holder may carry on their person in their vehicle. There is
    currently no statute requiring a person to notify an officer that they are a permit holder and
    carrying a weapon if they are stopped for a traffic offense; however it is recommended.
    Indiana does prohibit the carrying of firearms in the secure area of an airport, school property,
    and gaming boats. Many government buildings prohibit weapons. Look for signs and postings
    at the entrance of public parks and property. Further information on these prohibitions is in the
    FAQ question on where it is permissible to carry.

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    Indiana honors your permit according to the terms of your states rules. You are required to carry concealed and notify in Ohio. You are required to do the same here. Kinda stupid...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rookie View Post
    Indiana honors your permit according to the terms of your states rules. You are required to carry concealed and notify in Ohio. You are required to do the same here. Kinda stupid...
    According to your DPS and license issuing agency, I am not required to notify. Not that this is relevant to the subject at hand.

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    Thank you for that. I have my attorney looking into this.. As much as I hate to be the "test case" I think that how the officer I was involved with handled the situation was inexcusable..

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    Quote Originally Posted by INGunGuy View Post
    Worthless turd. That is all I can say. If I were you I would immediately without hesitation contact his Chief and have a one-to-one with him. Things like this get people killed. That cop needs to find another job his lady-boy a** can handle...

    INGunGuy
    Always a pleasure to read your intelligent, measured and well-reasoned posts. I especially admire the level-headed responses that you provide, which always reflect best on the law abiding gun owners of this fine state. I'd say that if you aren't some kind of ambassador, you sure missed your calling! It's this kind of intellect that will sway people to support 2nd Amendment rights. Well done!

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