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    Is it legal to carry a firearm in a pharmacy that also has a "minute clinic"?

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    Suggest you check your state laws. In NC you can unless there is a gun buster sign at the entrance to the store.
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    sometimes people can over think things.

    the OP needs to learn all of the SC laws pertaining to the concealed carry of firearms so he won't need to guess about minutia like this

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    A good question. Section 23-31-215 says, in part:

    M) A permit issued pursuant to this section does not authorize a permit holder to carry a concealable weapon into a:

    10) hospital, medical clinic, doctor's office, or any other facility where medical services or procedures are performed unless expressly authorized by the employer.
    Does a "minute clinic" count and does the clinic extend into the entire pharmacy? Now, what if the clinic isn't open but the pharmacy is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Canuck View Post
    A good question. Section 23-31-215 says, in part:



    Does a "minute clinic" count and does the clinic extend into the entire pharmacy? Now, what if the clinic isn't open but the pharmacy is?
    if your version of the law there is correct, then this appears to be a case of the law not keeping up with changing times. this needs to be addressed by the legislature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    if your version of the law there is correct, then this appears to be a case of the law not keeping up with changing times. this needs to be addressed by the legislature.
    It's not really my version, but the quoted section is as accurate as it's going to get -> South Carolina Code of Laws

    I wish that were the only part of the SC Code that needed to be addressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatherer View Post
    Is it legal to carry a firearm in a pharmacy that also has a "minute clinic"?
    Here's an even better question. Why do morons with no knowledge of South Carolina's ignorant and restrictive firearms laws find the need to comment in the South Carolina forum... [rolls eyes]

    To answer your question, the answer is "probably not - maybe". But don't stop asking questions there. If your local mall is hosting a blood drive, or even hosting a blood pressure screening, is it legal to carry there? If you're at your local indoor shooting range and someone has a heart attack, when the paramedics show up they will certainly be performing "medical services or procedures", so are you now breaking the law?

    This is my suggestion to you. Simply ignore all unconstitutional laws unless the possibility of getting caught is too high. I personally prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery, anyday...
    "I believe we should achieve a national standard on gun control, and that standard should be none whatsoever."

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    Quote Originally Posted by hp-hobo View Post
    This is my suggestion to you. Simply ignore all unconstitutional laws unless the possibility of getting caught is too high. I personally prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery, anyday...
    this advice is about as wrong as advice can be!
    regardless of a law being legal or constitutional it still is the law. if you believe that a law is unjust, illegal, unconstitutional or unfair the way to deal with it to go through the processes to alter or repeal the offending law via legislative or judicial actions. willful disobeyance of the law, especially highly charged firearm laws, will only earn the offender a ride to jail, a hefty legal bill and little to show for their defiance.

    you may chose being a scofflaw as a protest, and that is your choice. offering that kind of advice to others is just flat out wrong. and that opinion is valid wherever it is you reside.
    YMMV

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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    this advice is about as wrong as advice can be!
    regardless of a law being legal or constitutional it still is the law. if you believe that a law is unjust, illegal, unconstitutional or unfair the way to deal with it to go through the processes to alter or repeal the offending law via legislative or judicial actions. willful disobeyance of the law, especially highly charged firearm laws, will only earn the offender a ride to jail, a hefty legal bill and little to show for their defiance.

    you may chose being a scofflaw as a protest, and that is your choice. offering that kind of advice to others is just flat out wrong. and that opinion is valid wherever it is you reside.
    YMMV
    STATIST! If our forefathers thought like you, we'd still be under British rule. You should be ashamed of yourself, doubly so on Independence Day.
    "I believe we should achieve a national standard on gun control, and that standard should be none whatsoever."

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    Quote Originally Posted by hp-hobo View Post
    STATIST! If our forefathers thought like you, we'd still be under British rule. You should be ashamed of yourself, doubly so on Independence Day.
    enjoy yourself as you sit in jail awaiting trial.
    intelligent adults will work within the framework of the government we have and work to change the unjust/illegal laws.
    as for your view of what led to the revolt in the colonies against the crown in britain, what you learned back in grade school really didn't inform you very well

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