Where can't you carry in pa?
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  1. Where can't you carry in pa?

    I swore you couldn't carry in a bar but I just read on here that you could. Anyone know if you can or can't? Where else can't you carry?

    Henry

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    Don't know the PA, laws on carry, But in SC. you Can't carry in any place that serves alcohl, bar, resturant, etc.
    Glock Carrier in SC.

    MufDady

  3. Quote Originally Posted by MufDady View Post
    Don't know the PA, laws on carry, But in SC. you Can't carry in any place that serves alcohl, bar, resturant, etc.
    I had thought that to be true in PA also (sort of). I thought that you can carry in a restaurant that has a bar - you just can't go to the bar area.

    Henry

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    PA prohibited areas...

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    Off-Limits Areas

    K-12 School Property - see 18 Pa. C.S. 912

    Court Facilities - see 18 Pa. C.S. 913

    Casinos - see 18 Pa. Code 465a.13

    State Parks - see 17 Pa. Code 11.215

    Dept. of State Capitol Complex buildings in Harrisburg - see 49 Pa. Code 61.3

    Bars, churches, public gatherings, shopping malls and sports stadiums are all okay. The Pa. Code violations are summary offenses, except for 18 Pa. Code 465a.13, which apparently has no penalty.

    Concerning carry on school property (concealed is highly recommended), an affirmative defense is made for "lawful purposes". To date, no LTCF holder has ever been prosecuted for carrying on school property, and no court has clearly defined what "lawful purposes" entails.

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    This link will answer all of your questions.



    Keep safe!

    DC

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    From that link I found:

    "*Colleges are not prohibited by law, however the college could levy their own infractions like expelling the person or other civil punishments."

    So in effect, campus bans are just as unconstitutional as the DC ban. Why haven't we pushed this issue?

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Statkowski View Post
    Bars, churches, public gatherings, shopping malls and sports stadiums are all okay. The Pa. Code violations are summary offenses, except for 18 Pa. Code 465a.13, which apparently has no penalty.
    WOAH...I got a pat down when I went to see a Phillies game in Philadelphia last weekend. I wasn't carrying but if I was it would have been ok?!?!?

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    I beleive any establishment has the right to ban firearms within their premises, however a clear posting of said policy is required. Further, if you are asked to removed your weapon from a location I beleive you are required to do so.

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    I was told that you can carry in a bar, but you can't drink alcohol.
    However, be wary of carry in the post office!

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