Oklahoma will legally allow more than 142K conceal carry license holders in the state to "Open Carry."
By H. Nelson Goodson
October 31, 2012
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - On Thursday, the State of Oklahoma will become the 15th state to allow "Open Carry" of firearms in public. Senate Bill 1733 was passed in May and signed into law by Governor Mary Fallin (R), a Second Admendment supporter. The new bill will allow more than 142 thousand conceal-carry license holders to openly carry firearms.
Conceal-carry holders will have the option to open carry in a holster, belt or shoulder holster, according to the law.
People seeking to carry weapons will have to take a firearms training course and pass a criminal background check by the Oklahoma State of Bureau Investigation before getting a permit to carry a weapon.
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