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Issues related to the permit application process in CT

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jgoringsbnc
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Legal Questions

Postby jgoringsbnc » Mon Apr 09, 2012 8:30 pm

I'm sure this is a repost so I will apologize in advance, but I had a few questions regarding pistol permits...

I know that open carry is legal with a pistol permit. Is it the SAME permit that allows you to either carry concealed or open, or is there a separate permit that you need for open.....I'm pretty sure it's the same, but my friend brought it up the other day and I was curious

Also, what are the laws on carrying in a bar (or a restaurant attached to a bar) where alcohol is served?



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Postby GreggAndrews » Mon Apr 09, 2012 8:35 pm

John, notice that your permit says "Permit to carry pistols & revolvers"... doesn't specify which way. :)

Restaurants are fine provided they don't prohibit firearms on their premises.
Sometimes you just have to Cowboy Up.

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Re: Legal Questions

Postby Rich_B » Mon Apr 09, 2012 9:48 pm

jgoringsbnc wrote:I know that open carry is legal with a pistol permit. Is it the SAME permit that allows you to either carry concealed or open, or is there a separate permit that you need for open.....I'm pretty sure it's the same, but my friend brought it up the other day and I was curious


There is no separate permit. Open or concealed carry are legal with a permit.

Also, what are the laws on carrying in a bar (or a restaurant attached to a bar) where alcohol is served?


There are none. Don't get intoxicated while carrying a loaded firearm.

http://ctcarry.com/FAQ/Index/Carrying%20a%20Handgun
http://ctcarry.com/FAQ/Index/Pistol%20P ... plications
http://ctcarry.com/FAQ/Index/Pistol%20Permit%20Appeals


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