JeeperCreeper wrote: Hiroshima_Morphine wrote:
Hiroshima_Morphine wrote:So, I saw one of those 'You can't carry in here, even with a CHL! Neener-neener-boo-boo!' signs today and noticed for the first time consciously that the gun silhouette used is a Beretta 92 / M9 Pistol.
I wonder if we will start to see these signs with a silhouette of the SIG Sauer P320 / M17 Pistol.
Funny... I always thought that meant that the establishment didn't like Beretta's... it wasn't explicit so I thought I was good to carry my Ruger... weird...
No, that's not what it meant. I'm glad you never got caught with your Ruger pewpew in what you thought was a Beretta no no place.
Well the thing is, most places that I see the "no guns" sign, are private property establishments that either prefer no guns or have a sign for insurance/liability reasons. So there is no legal precedent nor consequence other than being asked to leave. At least that's in my state.
I'm not saying break the rules of an establishment as it is their property to make rules as they wish, but it's not like I can be arrested for accidentally carrying... unless I become belligerent and refuse to leave if asked... which I wouldn't do
In OK it is against the law to carry in (and I paraphrase), [casinos, bars, any government building (local, state of fed) or any where else there is a sign telling you not to]
ETA: by 'against the law', I mean a misdemeanor that is punishable by fine and/or loss of you CHL for any period the judge determines.
I don't go to casinos and bars, if a company [like wannamurder, I mean what-a-burger] says I can't carry~ they don't get my money.
Government Buildings w/ security check ins: it goes in the console of the car, no other choice really.
Government Buildings w/o security or clients offices with the 'no-no' sign: we're not talking about that.
Your personal safety is your responsibility- your compliance with the law is also your responsibility.