Does Indiana law require me to carry my handgun on my person in a concealed or exposed manner?

Published 04/17/2013 11:46 AM   |    Updated 11/25/2013 08:57 AM
Does Indiana law require me to carry my handgun on my person in a concealed or exposed manner?

Indiana law is silent on this issue; however, carrying an exposed firearm in public may be alarming to some people and create unnecessary and unwanted attention to yourself. Your right to carry a firearm may also be restricted on private property, various sporting venues, and some businesses by the owners. Be attentive for posted signs warning of restricted areas when carrying a firearm into public places. If approached by a law enforcement officer for official business purposes, it is recommended that you tell the officer in a non-threatening manner that you are in possession of a firearm and that you have a permit.

For more information on this topic visit ISP Firearms Licensing or contact us at isp@isp.in.gov

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