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  1. Quote Originally Posted by BC1 View Post
    Just leave the damn thing in the car.
    Unless it is prohibited by state law, I must ask WHY?!?

    Quote Originally Posted by BC1
    C'mon, this is where you guys lose my support. You know this will scare people.
    Do you leave your gun in the car because some poeple MIGHT be scared of a gun?

    It seems to me like carrying the gun concealed would be a much more rational option rather than leaveing the gun in the car based upon the supposition that some people might be scared of a responsible parent. Why is it that we must be so scared of people scared of guns?
    Anyone who says, "I support the 2nd amendment, BUT"... doesn't. Element of Surprise: a mythical element that many believe has the same affect upon criminals that Kryptonite has upon Superman.

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    My better judgement would say this is a concealed carry moment. The kids may think it's cool but the mind set of most teachers I know lean way to the left and that doesn't include a fondness for 2A.

  4. Most states its illeagal to carry any kind weapon where children are. Check the laws first. I think open carry is kind of foolish at a pre school.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by citadel45acp View Post
    Most states its illeagal to carry any kind weapon where children are.
    Well... FUDD. Glad that's not the situation in Washington state.
    Anyone who says, "I support the 2nd amendment, BUT"... doesn't. Element of Surprise: a mythical element that many believe has the same affect upon criminals that Kryptonite has upon Superman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    Unless it is prohibited by state law, I must ask WHY?!?

    Do you leave your gun in the car because some poeple MIGHT be scared of a gun?

    It seems to me like carrying the gun concealed would be a much more rational option rather than leaveing the gun in the car based upon the supposition that some people might be scared of a responsible parent. Why is it that we must be so scared of people scared of guns?
    Navy, how are you?

    Yes, concealed works for me. But to OC at a daycare center is to incite problems. If I own the daycare center I must worry about revenue first. If a parent regtularly OC's into the preschool it could cause some parents to be uncomfortable and pull their kids out. I would ask that parent not to show a gun in the school. Plus there's the whole legality issue in some states.
    GOD, GUNS and GUITARS

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    Quote Originally Posted by citadel45acp View Post
    Most states its illegal to carry any kind weapon where children are. Check the laws first. I think open carry is kind of foolish at a pre school.
    ??????????? Does that mean I can't carry at restaurants, grocery stores, fairs, zoos, banks, coffee shops, and barber shops? If that is true I should be in jail. I OC with my kids everywhere I go. I'm glad I'm in WA with NavyLCDR. If I couldn't carry a weapon around children I would be housebound. Oh wait, I couldn't even live in my house because of the kids there. I know, since I'm not currently working I will start a pre-school that requires parents to carry. Sorry, but my sarcasm always gets to me.

  8. Is preschool always considered the same as daycare? I know in Washington state, the state requires daycare centers to ban firearms in order to maintain their license. It's not illegal to carry/possess a firearm in a daycare center in WA, but the operators of the daycare won't get/renew their license unless they ban firearms on their private property. Is there a legal difference, in any state, between a daycare center and a preschool? I inherited my stepdaughter when she was 12, so I bypassed the whole daycare/preschool situation, except that her mom did operate a licensed daycare, that's how I know about the Washington Administrative Code.

    Also, in Washington state, in reference to citadel45acp's statement.... ex-Mayor Nickels of Seattle tried to ban firearms in parks and recreation centers "for the sake of the children." A Washington court nullified his ban as illegal, violating state preemption law, and gave them 30 days to remove their signs.
    Anyone who says, "I support the 2nd amendment, BUT"... doesn't. Element of Surprise: a mythical element that many believe has the same affect upon criminals that Kryptonite has upon Superman.

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    Back to your original question, I am with others here for you to CC in pre-school. It will save a lot of questions and explanations from ignorant people who doesn't know any better.
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    So I ended up carrying despite your warnings. And guess what. Nothing happen. I don't know why you guys say things like Don't use your rights and They will kick your child out. Perhaps you guys are from CA or some other socialist state. In my state I am approved by law to carry. No problem Ed Hurtley No hard feelings. Utah is a bit different and I think I will tend to stick around UCC/ more. At least people their are not stuck on being Dirty harry. I carry openly because it is my right. I carry Openly because it there is nothing wrong with it.

  11. Suggest taking the little rug rats out for a training secession. Early training!
    "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that justifies it."Frederic Bastia

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