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  1. #31
    handgonnetoter Guest
    You guys are right on the bill going into effect on July 1. I heard that on the evening news along with that idiot Paul Helmke (i.e. Brady Bunch) saying that there will be gun violence in work places now because of this bill that Mitch signed. Helmke, what a putts. About the having a round in the chamber thing, I never used to carry one in the chamber until my carry piece became one that has a firing pin block (drop safety). I put one in the chamber now - less to try to remember if I had to do a manual of arms under scary/stressful conditions.

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by handgonnetoter View Post
    You guys are right on the bill going into effect on July 1. I heard that on the evening news along with that idiot Paul Helmke (i.e. Brady Bunch) saying that there will be gun violence in work places now because of this bill that Mitch signed. Helmke, what a putts. About the having a round in the chamber thing, I never used to carry one in the chamber until my carry piece became one that has a firing pin block (drop safety). I put one in the chamber now - less to try to remember if I had to do a manual of arms under scary/stressful conditions.
    Exactly true, in the regard of; "...less to try to remember if I had to do a manual of arms under scary/stressful conditions...."

    God hope it never does, but should the need arise, I know that I am but a trigger pull away from saving my life, or the lives of others around me.

    As to your first statement.........they always come out and say that. Every State that has had Concealed Carry and/or Open Carry passed has had to deal with, ...."It will be like the Wild West now! People will be shooting people over not using a turn signal now!"

    Of course that hasn't happend. In States that pass CC and OC laws, crime goes DOWN. The Anti-Second Amendment crowd really hate to acknowledge that fact.

    -Wraith
    Last edited by Wraith; 05-06-2010 at 03:52 AM. Reason: Spelling

  4. #33
    handgonnetoter Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
    Exactly true, in the regard of; "...less to try to remember if I had to do a manual of arms under scary/stressful conditions...."

    God hope it never does, but should the need arise, I know that I am but a trigger pull away from saving my life, or the lives of others around me.

    As to your first statement.........they always come out and say that. Every State that has had Concealed Carry and/or Open Carry passed has had to deal with, ...."It will be like the Wild West now! People will be shooting people over not using a turn signal now!"

    Of course that hasn't happend. In States that pass CC and OC laws, crime goes DOWN. The Anti-Second Amendment crowd really hate to acknowledge that fact.

    -Wraith
    I get so mad at the media and the anti-gun crowd over that crap where they are just flat out tell lies about the "numbers" of actual crime in areas that have high gun ownership. I wish reporters and people would tell the truth about guns instead of making up lies just to promote something they don't like.

  5. Well, it's like you said.

    They love the1st, but (for some reason) hate the 2nd.

    It's a proven FACT that the 2nd supports the 1st. (Yet, they deny that.)

    That's why I ONLY watch FOX news. You get both sides of the story, and then are allowed to make up your own mind.

    Unlike......ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC......who tell you what to think, when to think, and if you think differently, then you are wrong.

    Liberal Media in a nutshell.

    Why do you think they trash the "Tea Party Movement"?

    Because they're afraid of them.

    -Wraith

  6. #35
    I'm a Tennessee resident and will be visiting Holiday World with my family in about two weeks. We'll be staying in Santa's Lodge I would like to carry into the park, however Holiday World's website lists this in their rules:

    "No alcohol, weapons, knives or firearms allowed on premises."

    If I carry concealed I know, if discovered, I may at least be asked to leave and might not be allowed to return. Will I be in violation of Indiana state law, or any local ordinances, if I do so?

  7. Quote Originally Posted by OngoingFreedom View Post
    I'm a Tennessee resident and will be visiting Holiday World with my family in about two weeks. We'll be staying in Santa's Lodge I would like to carry into the park, however Holiday World's website lists this in their rules:

    "No alcohol, weapons, knives or firearms allowed on premises."

    If I carry concealed I know, if discovered, I may at least be asked to leave and might not be allowed to return. Will I be in violation of Indiana state law, or any local ordinances, if I do so?
    Well, (in a nutshell), ....Yes.

    If those rules have already been stated, and you have read them, then you now know that you are not allowed to carry there.

    If you are carrying "concealed" and are made, you will be asked to leave. Or you may be arrested and charged with carrying into a place that was POSTED to NOT carry.

    So you ALREADY know the rules. I would advise that you abide by them.

    On a side note.................I carry into many places that have signs that say no weapons. That's the thing about concealed. If they don't know, they don't care. I'd rather have protection with me, when others know that most don't.

    Good Luck, and have fun on your vacation!

  8. #37
    Wraith, thanks for the reply.

    If I could summarize what you said, Indiana law allows businesses to post any type of sign or have in their posted/available rules prohibiting carry and permit holders must comply or be subject to arrest?

    I ask because in Tennessee there are only two acceptable signs that prohibit carry into an otherwise legal location, and I often travel to states that have no means for business owners to post against carry, even if they put up signs. Carrying past those signs in those states is not illegal.

    I could not find the restriction you refer to in handgunlaw.us. In fact, finding nothing there on the subject made me post here.

    Again, thanks for your reply! We're looking quite forward to the visit.

  9. I do believe that you are correct............in regards the "getting arrested" thing I stated.

    In talking with a few friends of mine, if you were "made", you would be asked to leave at the worst. Or at the best, be asked to take your weapon back to your vehicle and leave it there.

    -Wraith

  10. #39
    UPDATE

    There are no signs anywhere on either the entrances or in the parks themselves (Holiday World & Splashin' Safari) prohibiting firearm carry. Nor do they wand. So, my Glock 23 entered the park with me in it's Crossbreed Supertuck. Legally.

    I even spotted a fellow concealed handgunner.

    On day two we did the wet park rides so had it in velcro'd holster in my backpack which spent most of the day stuffed in a locker.

    I was not really worried. Studying the Indiana law I could find no mention that signs carry the weight of law. That puts signage, if posted, into "anti-open carry". I.e. while not illegal you are are discovered the business may ask you to leave. Refusing to do so makes you a simple trespasser.

    My purpose in these posts was to determine what was legal and what was not. I had no interest in violating the law but I have no problem carrying in businesses that "wish" I wouldn't. I understand that I can be asked to vacate either myself or my weapon and will do so.

    HE/SS was an awesome family experience!

  11. Quote Originally Posted by DocBoCook View Post
    How about possession on a company property when the Company Forbids it in their by laws?
    Also, what's the wait on Permits lately?
    Any Company or Private land owner has the right to forbid anyone to carry regardless to having a legal permit.

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