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 Post subject: carrying extra mags
PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 6:23 pm 
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My cousin called me today because he is ordering a new holster and was wondering where the law lays on carrying extra magazines. If you are open carrying, can you carry extra mags in you pockets without a CCP? I wasn't sure, figured this would be the best place to find out. Thanks.


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There's no law in Delaware against "concealing" or possessing ammo, so he's good to go.


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 Post subject: Re: carrying extra mags
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Thats what i figured but just wanted to be sure. Thanks


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I'm thinking a nice bandolier for my 38sp revolver.

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I carry a spare mag (or two). Used to use a mag holder now the pants I wear have a velcro pocket. I need to practice using it more.

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whatevah wrote:
There's no law in Delaware against "concealing" or possessing ammo, so he's good to go.



I was at a local Kent county shooting range once. I witnessed the guy behind the counter lose his mind on a guy because he had ammo in his pocket. He was yelling at him that he could be charged with a felony if he didn't have a CCW.


I turned around and left the building, I don't plan on returning.

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Trapper wrote:
whatevah wrote:
There's no law in Delaware against "concealing" or possessing ammo, so he's good to go.



I was at a local Kent county shooting range once. I witnessed the guy behind the counter lose his mind on a guy because he had ammo in his pocket. He was yelling at him that he could be charged with a felony if he didn't have a CCW.


I turned around and left the building, I don't plan on returning.


Sounds like the same jokers who tell their CCDW students that they can't OC after they get their CCDW.


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It's always a good idea to carry a spare magazine. Not because you'll need all those extra rounds in a fire fight... :shock: but maybe your main magazine breaks or malfunctions somehow. You need to be able to feed your gun somehow.

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Always carry extra gun-food! :pbjtime:

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