This is by no means an endorsement for carrying where you aren’t legally allowed to carry. But this does go to show that printing does matter.
A Florida woman is now facing a charge of possessing a weapon on school property after being caught carrying concealed on her kid’s school campus. She was walking her kid to school and entered through the main door. A school employee saw what looked to be a “gun-shaped bulge” on her and reported it to school officials.
A Youth Relations Bureau deputy confronted her and asked if she was carrying a gun. She said yes as she was carrying a loaded 9mm Glock in a concealed holster. The deputy took the firearm, and she was arrested even though they stated that she had “no bad intentions.”
They also found out that she did not have a valid Florida Concealed Weapons License. Either way, she would likely have been arrested because it is illegal to carry a gun on a school campus, with or without a license.
I definitely have an issue with not being allowed to carry on school property. Why shouldn’t I, as a licensed concealed carrier, be able to carry my gun on me while I drop off or pick up my kids from school? One lady that was being interviewed said, “You don’t know what’s going to happen when you a firearm with you to pick up kids. Something bad might happen.” I agree. And that’s exactly why I should be able to carry my gun on me.