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Old 03-13-2013, 11:59 AM   #211
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Ok. Thats cool. Good for you. Not how I feel but whatever. I dont judge you so I dont appreciate you judging me for my choice.
i was never judging you, simply stating an opinion of the impression you gave to me and that is your are selfish and inconsiderate of other peoples rights.
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frankly, i disagree with anyone, and i mean anyone who feels the need to overlook or disregard the rights of others simply because they have CC permit. an there is nothing anyone can do to change my viewpoint on that position. simply because we do have choices, that there is not one good reason for a person to violate the rights of another person.
Most of these places are corporately owned and they hang the signs for liability reasons and to get cheaper insurance.. Perhaps the corporate office is in New York... So don't bring in a 32 oz drink either...... Hahahaha what a joke !!!!!!!
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I have followed the entire thread and am simply curious about the claims of disrespecting property owner rights... Are there any constitutionally protected rights that would be broken? If so, specifically what? I understand the difference between legal and immoral or wrong, so just looking for an actual passage or text of the constitution.

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Why should it be illegal to carry conceal in the Post Office, or better yet; while you are driving through the lot putting a letter into the drop box?

You do know that is against the law, right?
Post office is not on the restricted list for a ccw in indiana. Another reason why i love my state.

http://www.usacarry.com/indiana_concealed_carry_permit_information.html
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Post office is not on the restricted list for a ccw in indiana. http://www.usacarry.com/indiana_concealed_carry_permit_information.html
It absolutely is restricted . It's restricted by federal law, as all federal buildings are. Indiana assumed you knew that.
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It absolutely is restricted . It's restricted by federal law, as all federal buildings are. Indiana assumed you knew that.
Shouldnt it be on the list, isnt it also federal law that a pistol cannot be carried on a commercial aircraft? And thats listed
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The rights of the property owner trump your RKBA. If you don't like the property owners policies or opinions you don't have to go there. I am pretty laid back about firearms. Yet, if someone insists on shooting into nearby pastures they aren't welcome here, armed or unarmed. Let them come back with an attitude it won't be long before they get a free ride in the back of a sheriffs car.

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Shouldnt it be on the list, isnt it also federal law that a pistol cannot be carried on a commercial aircraft? And thats listed
Federal Law (18 USC 930) prohibits the possession of firearms in a Federal Facility but has some exceptions. One exception is 3.) the lawful carrying of firearms incident to hunting or other lawful purposes. Unless your Post Madter agreed first I wouldn't risk going to a federal prison. It has nothing to do with any state.
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If you enter a private posted ( no firearms ) business in a State that the only law broken is trespassing and this state is a " stand your ground " State you may loose your "stand your ground" protections.

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I have followed the entire thread and am simply curious about the claims of disrespecting property owner rights... Are there any constitutionally protected rights that would be broken? If so, specifically what? I understand the difference between legal and immoral or wrong, so just looking for an actual passage or text of the constitution.
actually there does seem to be. what a person want or doesn't want on their private property is their right.

some seem to think just because a business is open to the public, that it's public property. not true, it's still private property and someone owns it, meaning they can prohibit or allow whatever they so choose to.

now fully i don't agree with most reasons a propery owner may have for prohibiting a person from carrying, but i will myself abide and respect their wishes and rights. in simple blunt terms, it comes down to respecting others rights.

here's a link to a website that should explain a persons private property rights.

http://www.constitution.org/powright.htm
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