Southeast Pennsylvania firearm owners will come out to Plymouth Township’s idyllic Bicentennial Park this Saturday, April 3 at 1PM to pick up litter, socialize and offer information to members of the public and any government agents that request it. Those without firearms are also welcome! This is a peaceful, neighborly gathering of well-intentioned folks seeking to build a better world in our own way.
For more information see the Facebook event.
About Open Carry
Open carry is the practice of openly carrying a firearm in public, as distinguished from concealed carry where firearms cannot be seen by the casual observer. People choose to open carry for various reasons including:
- as a visible deterrent to crime.
- it doesn’t require a permit under Pennsylvania law, but concealed carry does.
- open carry is often more comfortable than concealed carry, and offers more ready access.
- as a form of legal civil protest of unconstitutional firearms laws and CCW issuance policies.
- as a form of firearms community diplomacy, to dispel the myth that only cops and criminals carry guns, and to help reintroduce the general public and the law enforcement community to the reality that ordinary peaceful law-abiding citizens possess, use, and carry firearms.
For more information see http://opencarry.org
About Bicentennial Park
Bicentennial Park is a natural area for passive recreation with picnic benches, tree-lined walkway and park benches. It’s located adjacent to the Plymouth Township Municipal Building at 700 Belvoir Road, Plymouth Meeting, PA, where parking is also available.
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