Mlive has a list of 6 surprising facts concerning Michigan’s Open Carry law and carrying on school properties.
- Open carry is legal in Michigan schools for individuals with valid concealed pistol licenses. It is illegal for an individual without a concealed pistol license to carry a firearm on school property.
- People with a CPL cannot carry a concealed firearm on school property. Open carry is the only option available to them if they wish to carry a firearm.
- State law MCL 28.425o, prohibits CPL holders from carrying concealed weapons in nine designated pistol-free zones, including schools. However, the law allows parents or legal guardians dropping off or picking up a child to keep a firearm inside their vehicle.
Those are the top 3. Read the rest at the Mlive’s site 6 facts about Michigan open carry law and guns in schools.