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Old 04-29-2014, 03:03 PM   #31
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Mis-information, mis-information, mis-information, when will it ever end. Illinois recognizes all other State's permits. You are allowed to conceal carry in your car or truck, you just can not walk around outside with a gun concealed unless you have a Illinois non-resident CCL. You can drive to Sparta, store your firearm in your car/truck go to the event, come back and put your gun back on and drive away, just like you do at work, the post office or any other public sporting event. (now who is being a jerk, Illinois?) And if you are entered in an event, you just need to take your gun(s) cased & unloaded into the event and open them at the range.

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Yep the misinformation will never end. Like when I talk to people, "why would I pay for a lilcense to conceal a firearm in my vehicle and at my home?" Really? I carry every day and almost never have to disarm unless I am going to a govt building and that's a duh! If I pull up to a store that has a sign I keep driving. Infact I have gotten in the habit of driving past the front door before finding a parking spot to be sure.


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Yep the misinformation will never end. Like when I talk to people, "why would I pay for a lilcense to conceal a firearm in my vehicle and at my home?" Really? I carry every day and almost never have to disarm unless I am going to a govt building and that's a duh! If I pull up to a store that has a sign I keep driving. Infact I have gotten in the habit of driving past the front door before finding a parking spot to be sure.
I have a question . Where I bank at I had not noticed any no gun signs , I walked into the first set of doors where there is a walk up to do your business, there is another set of doors that enter the lobby after the walk up business doors. I was already in there doing my business and noticed that there were no guns signs on the Lobby doors . How the hell does that work ? No signs on the first set of entry doors so does that make it legal to carry that far so long as you dont enter the Lobby where its posted ? I conveniently left them one of my cards in the window slot next to where I was doing my business . I may be looking for a new bank



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I am not a lawyer. You were not in violation of the law in my opinion because you did not KNOWINGLY violate the signage. Also the law says

d) Signs stating that the carrying of firearms is
prohibited shall be clearly and conspicuously posted at the
entrance of a building.

Sounds like they are in violation of the law and possibly the signage would not be enforceable, but I always say honor the intent of the sign and take your business elsewhere.

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I am not a lawyer. You were not in violation of the law in my opinion because you did not KNOWINGLY violate the signage. Also the law says

d) Signs stating that the carrying of firearms is
prohibited shall be clearly and conspicuously posted at the
entrance of a building.

Sounds like they are in violation of the law and possibly the signage would not be enforceable, but I always say honor the intent of the sign and take your business elsewhere.
Thats exactly what I was thinking .
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Sounds like they are in violation of the law and possibly the signage would not
be enforceable, but I always say honor the intent of the sign and take your
business elsewhere.
That is good advice.



Yesterday I was travelling back home from a work trip and stopped
at Mt. Vernon, IL at a BWW Restaurant; I know they are anti-gun
but I really like their food.

Anyway, the Mgr (hard core redneck country boy) stopped and asked
me how my food was? After a little polite conversation I asked him
that I did not see any "No CCL" sign on their doors? He responded
with a smile and a wink, "Damn, I cannot seem to remember to put
them up."

BTW, the Naperville, Loves Park and Bourbonnais BWW stores do not
have the legally required signage up either. So therefore the law is
not enforceable. However, if they ask you to leave, you do have to
comply with their request, that is the law. Sign or no sign.

I have CC'd in my local BWW, as they have no sign at all posted. But
it was concealed and no one knew it was there. I will not do that away
from home as the last thing I need is a anti zealot cop locking me up
four hours drive from the house.
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That is good advice.



Yesterday I was travelling back home from a work trip and stopped
at Mt. Vernon, IL at a BWW Restaurant; I know they are anti-gun
but I really like their food.

Anyway, the Mgr (hard core redneck country boy) stopped and asked
me how my food was? After a little polite conversation I asked him
that I did not see any "No CCL" sign on their doors? He responded
with a smile and a wink, "Damn, I cannot seem to remember to put
them up."

BTW, the Naperville, Loves Park and Bourbonnais BWW stores do not
have the legally required signage up either. So therefore the law is
not enforceable. However, if they ask you to leave, you do have to
comply with their request, that is the law. Sign or no sign.

I have CC'd in my local BWW, as they have no sign at all posted. But
it was concealed and no one knew it was there. I will not do that away
from home as the last thing I need is a anti zealot cop locking me up
four hours drive from the house.
My local BWW has no sign also. I don't like their food so won't be an issue, but as I was passing by the other day I looked saw no sign, u turn, looked again, still no sign. Thought it was odd since I know their corporate police.


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