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Old 03-14-2008, 08:19 PM   #21
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Gun Looney, I think that deep carry requires to have the sights ground off for a fast draw and still have consentration.

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Old 05-06-2008, 09:21 PM   #22
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I think Varro named them all except commercial aircraft, but that one's the obvious one. I've also never saw any CC prohibited signs, an employee at Bass Pro Shops spotted my 1911 though. He asked my what kind of pistol it was but didn't seem to bothered.

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Old 05-10-2008, 04:34 PM   #23
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Not sure about Texas..In nearby NM, the one's I'm familiar with are:
Federal buildings, like a Post Office, Court House, etc..
Schools & University Grounds.
Establishments that sell liquor by the drink....
I've heard that some establishments might post a sign that CC is prohibited in their business...To be honest, I've never seen one....
I'm sure there are others, maybe another poster can name some more...
I am pretty sure that is pretty much the general rule in most states
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Old 12-09-2011, 01:20 AM   #24
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I carry everyday and the thought of removing it and leaving it in the truck just never occurs to me.
I just go about my business which includes interaction with law enforcement personnel most every day and have done so for years.
I guess the key word is "concealed" carry I don't advertise it and I keep it concealed at all times its kind of my version of don't ask don't tell

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Swimming Pool....just sayin'

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WHY? Resurrection anyone?

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Here in Nevada you can't do government buildings like schools,court houses, post office, military bases but you are ok to carry in casinos ( unless the doesnt allow it) and banks

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Old 12-09-2011, 03:08 AM   #28
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(Ahem!) For returning a thread to life that has been dead for two years, y'all will now receive the Distinguished Zombie Award.

Pasq- by long established custom (since Tuesday last week) you are now responsible for getting this thread a birthday card and a cake.

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if I were to carry a firearm, what sort of establishments and places should I not bring it into? I am unaware of the laws regarding this but I live in Texas.
If I were you I would educate myself on the law. It's not that hard
and might save you some time and money.
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Trex- you can put the candles on the cake. I think the OP got his answer 2 years ago.

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