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!
Open Carry Dine Out – 5 Apr 2014
Interested in hanging out with like-minded Americans while exercising our Second Amendment right? You're in luck! Come join us in Lincoln, NE (Village Inn on 27th and Cornhusker Hwy) on Saturday, April 5th from 6:00pm to 9:00pm (feel free to come for all or only some). You are encouraged to open carry (legally) at this event, but you are not required to by any means. Let us know if you have any questions!
NFOA Day at the Legislature – 18 Feb 2014
From nebraskafirearms.org: “It’s official! We are going to have a NFOA Day at the Legislature. Mark your calendars. We have Room 1524 reserved for us on February 18th. Meeting begins at 8:00 a.m.
“We have invited several senators to this event. We will quickly review the bills we are watching this year, our priority bills, and what you need to know about how to impact the progress of those bills...” See more...
Campus CCW Restriction Protest (2-6 Apr 2012)
From Nextgen Journal: “Students across the nation will be participating in the Empty Holster Protest, a week-long event sponsored by campus chapters of Students for Concealed Carry (SCC). The organization was born following the tragic massacre of students at Virginia Tech and hopes to educate students about their right to self defense on campus. Many universities do not allow licensees to carry their weapons on campus grounds, and SCC believes this restriction makes students an easy target for criminals. Students plan to wear their empty gun holsters on campus next week in silent protest of restrictive campus policies. This year's event runs from April 2-6, with 130 campuses participating...”
A small number of students participated and handed out flyers at Doane and UNL (Nebraska Students for Concealed Carry).