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#5781905 - 06/09/15 10:14 PM Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma?
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Does anyone know the laws on having a rifle in the vehicle while in Oklahoma? I'll be up there a few days and figured I'd take a rifle with me.
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#5781938 - 06/09/15 10:39 PM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: Ryan81]
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Think no problem as long as unloaded. I hunt in NW OK and never had a problem.

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#5781942 - 06/09/15 10:43 PM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: Ryan81]
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In West Virginia, they publish the gun laws in the hunting regulations. I wonder if Oklahoma does as well?



Edited by Colt W. Knight (06/09/15 10:43 PM)

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#5781988 - 06/09/15 11:10 PM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: Ryan81]
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Google Oklahoma highway patrol and give them a call.
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#5782147 - 06/10/15 07:43 AM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: Ryan81]
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Oklahoma is a godless, lawless place - feel free to do as you please...

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#5782204 - 06/10/15 08:25 AM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: JThoele]
Okie260 Offline
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Has to be unloaded unless you have a carry permit.

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#5782286 - 06/10/15 09:14 AM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: Ryan81]
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Originally Posted By: Ryan81
Does anyone know the laws on having a rifle in the vehicle while in Oklahoma? I'll be up there a few days and figured I'd take a rifle with me.


No loaded long rifles and ML's can't be capped.

Also no shooting from a truck.

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#5782464 - 06/10/15 10:51 AM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: BOBO the Clown]
Okie260 Offline
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If you have a carry permit, you can carry a long gun magazine loaded but not chambered in a vehicle in OK. Without a permit you can't even have a loaded magazine in a vehicle. My primary reason for getting a permit was to be able to carry a loaded rifle or shotgun in our ranch truck. Pigs and coyotes don't usually give you time to load.

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#5783349 - 06/10/15 07:24 PM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: JThoele]
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Originally Posted By: JThoele
Oklahoma is a godless, lawless place - feel free to do as you please...

You forgot toothless.. or is that Arkansas?
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#5784258 - 06/11/15 10:28 AM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: Ryan81]
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You are correct. Oklahoma is an awful place full of hillbillies and rednecks, the latter of which has been used to describe me. Please avoid traveling to or through here at all cost. You might be captured and forcibly married into a toothless hillbilly clan. Please pass this along to others you know.

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#5785214 - 06/11/15 07:39 PM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: Okie260]
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This post has been hijacked already, this won't hurt! grin


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#5785381 - 06/11/15 09:42 PM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: okie44]
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Originally Posted By: okie44
This post has been hijacked already, this won't hurt! grin



I'm not sure if that was artistic brilliance or pure stupidity in musical form.
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#5785593 - 06/12/15 06:41 AM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: Okie260]
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Originally Posted By: Okie260
You are correct. Oklahoma is an awful place full of hillbillies and rednecks, the latter of which has been used to describe me. Please avoid traveling to or through here at all cost. You might be captured and forcibly married into a toothless hillbilly clan. Please pass this along to others you know.


rofl
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#5785864 - 06/12/15 11:05 AM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: Okie260]
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Originally Posted By: Okie260
If you have a carry permit, you can carry a long gun magazine loaded but not chambered in a vehicle in OK. Without a permit you can't even have a loaded magazine in a vehicle. My primary reason for getting a permit was to be able to carry a loaded rifle or shotgun in our ranch truck. Pigs and coyotes don't usually give you time to load.


Even on private property?
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#5786203 - 06/12/15 03:55 PM Re: Law on transporting rifle in Oklahoma? [Re: rexmitchell]
Okie260 Offline
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Not 100% sure on private property but I think you are good as long as you aren't shooting at regulated game animals from a vehicle and I don't think pigs count as they are ferral and they shoot them from helicopters. I think the unloaded rule is for public roads. Either way the odds of it being an issue on private property are pretty low if you aren't doing something stupid. I would call the OHP and ask if you have a situation you are worried about.

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