Last Post 20 Oct 2022 09:10 AM by  JIM BROTHERS
Open Carry In Plumas County
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Leo Lorenz
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10 Jul 2020 10:32 AM
Nice reply. Totally agree. Quit talking about it and just do it. Many people are afraid to live their life and think their is some approval they need to have in order to do anything and everything in life. Read the laws, interpret it, and use it to your advantage.
Rick Thomason
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10 Jul 2020 11:26 AM
Food for thought. Everyday, each one of us while driving, shopping, or just traveling to and from claims, pass hundreds of "fellow citizens" who would just as soon kill you and your family as look at you. My wife is a better shot than me, and I'm pretty good. She always has a 38 S&W within a few feet of where ever she is. As far as being alone in remote areas without any defense, I don't think so.
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20 Oct 2022 09:10 AM
Any updates/info? I heard Ca. changed it's laws this yr or last?

I believe BLM/NFS is open carry but not in campgrounds or populated areas.....(??)

Jim
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