MacAttack wrote:As a truck driver your on the short end of the stick. If you employer says no guns then your reduced to no guns or risking losing your job if found out.
I'm not a truck driver, I drive a truck to work.MacAttack wrote:As for a bug out bag just start carrying a small gym bag with a change of cloths and a lunch. Once everyone sees this for a month or so then adding a a few extra things couldn't be to hard. I assume your allowed a lunch and maybe a few hand tools right? Remember this is ONLY an overnight bag with about 3 days of survival/starvation rations. Its not some long range assault pack or your camping outfit. Its just to get you home.
Remember to take your coat and a hat along also. You can fit quite a few things into a coat and hat.
Lots of stuff I can't bring to the installation, hence the original plan. As in, it would be illegal for me to bring them in and I'd get arrested and stuff for it.MacAttack wrote:Just make sure you covered by state law in case your pulled over and inspected for any reason. You don't need to go to jail for carrying a concealed weapon illegally to add to losing your job over it. If your licensed to carry then all the cop can do is hand you that speeding ticket or whatever. Its not like he's going to call your boss and tell on you.
Horatio_Tyllis wrote:Raptor, for the 20th time, I will NOT feed congress to the lizard queen. Stop asking.
jrswanson1 wrote:I am. I can't even bring a knife on the facility grounds.MacAttack wrote:Unless you in some government facility
MacAttack wrote:Why do I get the feeling this guy wants to know how to sneak a firearm into a school or courthouse?
This guy either works inside a prison or he's a Subway sandwich shop worker in the pentagon.
Dude, you need to figure this one out yourself.
If you can't legally keep the firearm in your vehicle while working then your just out of luck in the firearm department.
Erie quiet wrote:also get home gear should include more than a firearm you have to survive long enough to use your ammo
jrswanson1 wrote:MacAttack wrote:Unless you in some government facility
I am. I can't even bring a knife on the facility grounds.
MacAttack wrote:All the storage areas around here, except one out in the middle of no mans land, are all fenced in or indoors and ONLY accessible during business hours. Not really a good idea if you need it now and not tomorrow. Plus how do you get your junk back if you forget to pay the bill? Wouldn't they hold onto it until you could pay? Not a nice option.
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