Plan to open carry? Oklahoma police department gives advice on how to interact with law enforcement under permitless carry law

ENID, Okla. – An Oklahoma Police Department is offering tips to Oklahomans who plan to carry firearms under the state’s permitless carry law that goes into effect November 1.

Last week, the Enid Police Department posted a video featuring Lt. Warren Wilson, a firearms instructor.

In the video, Wilson gives advice on how to interact with law enforcement if you are openly carrying a firearm.

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