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    in new york it actually goes by the county. the judge puts certain restrictions or things he wants to be followed. we was told if our gun is seen in public and is reported you lose your ccw. why its called a "concealed" carry permit. he does not want it seen period

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by wooddoctor View Post
    A couple months age I went to the Fox Theater in Atlanta. I parked I a parking garage about two blocks away and left my weapon in the car not knowing what to expect entering the theater. I saw a sign no weapons allowed but I had to look real hard to find it. There was no weapon check. Next time I will CC and not worry about it.
    "There was no weapon check"? Is there a weapon check as you enter theater anywhere in US?

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    I agree 100% with "Navy Lt" on Va. CCH carry laws and his explanation of same. If I were "Waffolibill" I'd start a campaign to vote that damned judge out of Office because he is infringing upon your 2A rights by placing unreasonable constraints on CCH.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas View Post
    "There was no weapon check"? Is there a weapon check as you enter theater anywhere in US?
    No Texas... The days of Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, and the frontier Marshal/Sheriff are over!
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    Depends what state you're in ......

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    I'm usually in the state of shock when a business prohibits CC in the establishment.

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    Play it like the military, dont ask, dont tell, keep it concealed, keep your mouth SHUT and there will be no problem

  9. old judge was a pita. he had us restricted to hunting and target right off. had to have a very good reason to want a CCW. the judge now has opened it up alot. all you need to do is go take a 8 hour course, then send in a letter to the judge stating reason for wanting restrictions lifted (hiking , camping, fishing out of state, etc) with certificate from the carry conceal class and he lifts the restrictions to full carry.

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    I am not advocating breaking the law, but if you carry concealed correctly, concealed means concealed. I've carried into my kids' high school when I was just going to do a quick business and I also carried in a state that I didn't have a valid permit, but it had been valid in that state until just a couple months before I was there. Considering where I was with my family, I felt it necessary to carry even without a valid permit. I never had any problems and knowing I would have been able to defend my family if any problems had arisen made it worth the risk. I may get some heat for this on here but my family's safety took priority over the possibility of going to jail for carrying without a permit. As the old saying goes, I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountaingoat61 View Post
    I am not advocating breaking the law, but if you carry concealed correctly, concealed means concealed. I've carried into my kids' high school when I was just going to do a quick business and I also carried in a state that I didn't have a valid permit, but it had been valid in that state until just a couple months before I was there. Considering where I was with my family, I felt it necessary to carry even without a valid permit. I never had any problems and knowing I would have been able to defend my family if any problems had arisen made it worth the risk. I may get some heat for this on here but my family's safety took priority over the possibility of going to jail for carrying without a permit. As the old saying goes, I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.
    Gadzooks, Goat, if my kid's school required me to break the law and risk my permit due to safety concerns, my kid wouldn't be there. Who would protect him while you were at work?

    To any readers out there, DON'T CARRY ON SCHOOL PROPERTY. It's one of those places that can get you shot if any reports MWAG. and carrying in another a state may have been less risky in the past, but with the HUGE surge in concealed carry, many officers are going to question whether your permit is valid or not.

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