The following is a video transcript.
As of November 1, 2019, long guns may be carried loaded for self-defense and are governed by the Self-Defense Act. You will have to carry long guns in a sling or scabbard. When you transport long guns in a car, you must transport them with an empty chamber in a locked, separate compartment. If you don’t have a lockable separate compartment, you may transport long guns in the cabin of the vehicle, as long as they are in a gun case or on a gun rack.
The biggest difference in the law after November 1, 2019, is that a legally qualified person without a CHL may openly or concealed carry a loaded long gun for self-defense as long as it is in a sling or in a scabbard. A legally qualified person may transport a long gun for self-defense purposes and not be limited to transporting a firearm for hunting, taking the long gun to the range, or taking the long gun in for repairs or sale.
For more information about carrying a long gun in the State of Oklahoma, call U.S. LawShield and ask to speak to an Independent Program Attorney.
They make overhead gun racks. Out of sight from outside the vehicle. Lockable with cuffs or cable locks.
It’s an option