Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Laurel, Oct 13, 2008.
I can't carry
Not a good idea to admit to breaking the law...
It's not necessarily breaking the law, depending on how the gun free zone is created. Something like carrying in a courthouse is obviously illegal, but if some guy wants to make his business a gun-free zone, and just posts a sign saying so, it's not illegal in some places to ignore it. In that case, if they see the gun and ask you to leave, you have to though.
not usualy but i have had my gun in the car while i was in class before. not like i carried it to class but im sure its still illegal
hospitals here have "no gun" signs.
I don't open carry, and I'm certainly not hip on letting everyone around me know that I have a gun.
What someone doesn't know, generally won't hurt them.
Is it Illegal to carry onto state school campuses, or just against the rules?
oh, you know how the carry laws work in all states?
I don't go into no carry zones unless it's a life and death situation (or school I guess).
In Michigan you're fine on college campuses you just can't go into classrooms. Also sometimes if you're a student there they can expel you, but they can't apply the no gun rule to people that don't go to school there.
I go to the usps often, I never carry there. I have no doubt that they would throw me in prison.
I won't do anything government owned. I figure anything else would simply be trespassing at best if I was somehow "made".
I don't carry where guns are banned by law.
I carry in businesses which have improperly posted signs without thinking twice.
I'm pretty sure the OP is referring to areas where it is illegal to carry... thanks for being a douche though.
How are you able to carry in gun free zones? I thought those areas were impossible to get a gun into.
yes, yes I do
I carry everywhere.
I figure that if someone is going there to shoot the place up they're not going to pay attention to the sign, so why should I.
i accidentaly carried into a restraunt that had their 51% sign posted on the inside of the door facing the restraunt so you could only see it when you were leaving. thats their bad though
Not a good idea in any shape or form to admit to breaking the law.
That being said I can see how, when you carry every day and have a comfortable setup you might be able to forget you had it on you.
Now breaking a corporate policy that really isn't enforceable beyond asking you to leave or even posted such as Costco . . .