Though Nebraska Open Carry is not affiliated with any of the below sites, they may be of interest and/or useful to you:
- American Gun Facts
- Nebraska Firearms Owners Association
- Alabama Open Carry
- California Open Carry
- Delaware Open Carry
- Florida Open-Carry
- Louisiana Open-Carry Awareness League
- Maine Open Carry Association
- Michigan Open Carry
- Ohio Open Carry
- Pennsylvania Open Carry
- Utah Open Carry
- Virginia Open Carry
- National Association for Gun Rights
- Open Carry Radio
Check out gunlistings.org to buy or sell used firearms—the more people who use it, the better!
Can a Christian Open Carry?
I hope to have a more significant section on this topic soon, but please bear with what I have so far. If you are a Christian who isn't sure about whether carrying a gun is a sin or not (or if you have friends who think it is wrong), I would first remind you that there are no biblical passages that discuss the issue directly, so one would have to make a pretty good case that the Bible prohibits such a practice. Then, I would suggest that you take a look at John 18:10 and note that Peter was carrying a sword with him while he was with Jesus and that he was not rebuked for carrying a sword. Instead, he was rebuked for trying to stop Jesus' arrest (which, of course, was part of God's plan). A Christian who would like to open carry should always be especially aware of how he is presenting himself; because open carrying is going to likely draw extra attention, and you do not want people getting the impression that you have a standoffish attitude (after all, we are ambassadors for Christ). Also, there may be certain situations in which it would not be prudent to open carry (i.e. if you are visiting your friend's house to share the gospel with him).
Although they may not be directed toward open carry folk, these articles contain some interesting perspective (Christians for Concealed Carry and Biblical Self-Defense), which you should still read critically—just because I post a link to it, doesn't mean I whole-heartedly agree (or disagree) with every word of it.