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g19jk
11-23-2012, 9:53 AM
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Librarian
11-23-2012, 10:33 AM
What's a 'CDP'?

ke6guj
11-23-2012, 10:39 AM
What's a 'CDP'?
probably this, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Census-designated_place

Quiet
11-23-2012, 11:41 AM
No special exemptions.

Need to comply with CA's conceal carry, open carry and loaded firearm in public laws.

CitaDeL
11-23-2012, 12:35 PM
No special exemptions.

Need to comply with CA's conceal carry, open carry and loaded firearm in public laws.

Which means he may not conceal and would have to be certain to remain outside 1000 foot school zones and know where all the 'no discharge' areas are.

Liberty1
11-23-2012, 12:51 PM
No exposed loaded OC or unloaded exposed pistols are allowed in county discharge prohibited areas per PC 12031 (old code number) triggered by the below linked county code. Unloaded "non assault weapon" long arms may be carried until 12/31/12 2359 hours ( other prohibitive statutes may apply* )

http://www.codepublishing.com/ca/santacruzcounty/

8.28.030 Discharge prohibited in certain areas.
It is unlawful for any person to discharge firearms of whatsoever kind or character within the following described areas of the County:

* school zones, state & county parks, corp of army engineer property, federal facilities, conservation zones, etc...

Liberty1
11-23-2012, 12:56 PM
I'm going to be traveling...Any pointers would be appreciated!

Try LUCC or a long gun in a case.

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=458304

P5Ret
11-23-2012, 5:32 PM
Wolves in Santa Cruz County?

vintagearms
11-23-2012, 5:55 PM
What if I will be living there temporarily, in a cabin? Am I allowed to carry concealed then?

Inside the cabin yes. Outside no.

corcoraj2002
11-23-2012, 6:19 PM
Unless it is a closed fenced off area you can not conceal outside the cabin.

Lugiahua
11-23-2012, 7:28 PM
Unless it is a closed fenced off area you can not conceal outside the cabin.

I don't think that ever saw a cabin without walls...:rolleyes:

wjc
11-24-2012, 6:25 PM
Wolves in Santa Cruz County?

Worse...hippies.

:43:

frigginchi
11-24-2012, 6:47 PM
Get a fishing license and carry a pole :) No I am not a lawyer.

http://californiaoutdoorsqas.com/2010/05/31/carrying-a-gun-while-fishing/

DeanW66
11-26-2012, 9:29 AM
Get a fishing license and carry a pole :) No I am not a lawyer.

http://californiaoutdoorsqas.com/2010/05/31/carrying-a-gun-while-fishing/

On a mountain top, yeah that'll work real well.

Glock22Fan
11-26-2012, 9:49 AM
On a mountain top, yeah that'll work real well.

You need a fishing license to hunt snakes, so I guess you could do that on top of a mountain.

Wonder if that counts ????????

taperxz
11-29-2012, 9:56 AM
I'm not positive but i don't think there are many places to discharge a firearm in santa cruz county that is not either state park or private land.

You can certainly hunt and discharge on private land with permission, state park is an obvious no go, i don't think there is any National forest or BLM that i am aware of in this county that is accessible to the public. I may be wrong but i believe that if there is, its all landlocked.

Mottmcfly
11-29-2012, 10:04 AM
Wolves in Santa Cruz County?

I was thinking the same thing...

taperxz
11-29-2012, 11:13 AM
Without a CCW permit or similar authorization, it is never legal to loaded concealed carry (except on private property, but look for the Theseus case).

I am not going to state that it is legal to concealed open carry. I'm only going to state that in the white areas of the map, the county codes don't prohibit shooting, and that the state park prohibition doesn't apply outside of Henry Cowell park. Whether there are other laws that prohibit open carry is a different question.

Speaking of those other laws: You have to be aware of the "Fall Creek Unit" of Henry Cowell state park. You have to be aware of the legal situation for county parks; in that particular area there is a small park on Graham Hill Road, which may have the legal status of a county park (Michael Gray memorial field). You also have to worry about state and federal GFSZ laws, and remember the location of San Lorenzo elementary/middle/high schools. All in all, that area is too densely populated and too fragmented for the legal situation to be easy.

This statement is inaccurate^^ There are instances when loaded and concealed are legal. Hunting and fishing for example.

taperxz
11-29-2012, 1:59 PM
You are absolutely correct, and there is a whole host of other exceptions, starting with LEOs. But few or none of those will apply to someone who is hiking in the hills.

If discharge is not prohibited, they can open carry loaded.