Businesses consider open carry

Governor Mary Fallin signed an "open carry" bill and now businesses have the right to decide whether they will allow the visible firearms inside.

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E Conley - 7/12/2012 9:52 AM
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What you have to realize is the people who will be 'open-carry' are already the people you see every day and currently have not clue they are carrying a weapon or not. So you feel safer not knowing who has a firearm and who does not? I'm confused... And you also have to realize that not everyone will be allowed to 'open-carry' only those who have their "concealed carry" permits. And again these are the people you see every day who are already carrying and you just don't know it. I as a mother of a 6yr old, I never go with out my firearm. And I will be 'open-carry' legal thanks to my permit I have had for over a yr now.

DuhhUidiot - 5/18/2012 11:54 AM
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Yip...I'm feeling a bit safer already. Maybe the crime rate will go down when these thugs start getting shot for stealing people's property. Hoorahh for Open Carry!

mustangdriver - 5/17/2012 10:20 AM
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I don't think the open carry law has anything to do with feeling safe. It is just a right that people should have. If you want to help people feel safe in this state, outlaw cell phone use in vehicles unless hands free device is used. They already force us to wear seat belts, might as well go ahead and tell us we can't use our cell phones while driving. As far as the "open carry" bill goes, if you don't like it, move to a different state. This is a semi-free country and the majority have voted.

billie - 5/17/2012 9:06 AM
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I think it is VERY SAD when people believe they have to carry a gun to be safe. If the Governor thinks it would make people safer, then give everyone a gun. Bill Scott
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