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Old 02-22-2013, 09:49 PM   #11
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Re-read the law. As in "public building". Does that mean a building OPEN to the public, or a building OWNED by the public. MacDonalds- or the library?
Both, you can still enter a privately owned store with your weapon, if they have a sign that says no weapons then your still able to enter and not breaking laws but breaking there rules. And they will ask you to leave if they find out. But any building that we as tax payers pay for cannot post signs saying no weapons. That is illegal. http://www.oregonfirearms.org/chl-central/prohibited-places

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I know that under Oklahoma law, an individual place of business has the right to prohibit weapons licensed or not, whether concealed or not if they wish to do so. If that business has a "no weapons" or a gun buster sign posted, it is unlawful for you to enter with a weapon. Doing so can subject you to fines, arrest and loss of license. The business does not however, have the right to prohibit weapons in the parking lot.
As far as schools go, weapons are not allowed on the property unless they are maintained by the possessor while in their vehicle. If you needed to go into the school, you may leave the weapon in the vehicle but said vehicle would have to be parked off of school property.
As far as public buildings, the city has the descretion if they want to allow carry or not unless the area is specifically mentioned in state law. Example - a city park, if the city posts a no weapons sign, this would be in violation of state law which specifically mentions that parks or other outdoor common areas used for recreation may not be prohibited.
Now as far as carrying where a sign is posted, I will simply go somewhere else. It is not worth my license for the inconvienence.


P.s. I like the signs that they use in Texas "unlawful possession of a weapon on these premesis is prohibited under state law"

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I would like to take a poll. Who would and who would not.

The poll is In Oregon law states you can carry with your concealed handgun permit in any public building. Lets apply this to every state for this poll. If you want to go into a business that is a public building that has signs that say no weapons allowed. But you know you are at legal right would you still enter? Let apply the concealed aspect to this you are concealing your weapon.
That's the whole point of businesses posting signs in Minnesota - it is their right to ban firearms on premise. I go to a lot of meetings with clients in buildings marked such. Doing so makes carrying Illegal. I follow the law because I don't wish to lose my license. I'm also not a guy that feels naked without his gun, so it doesn't bother me I accept it and move on. For those that feel the need to carry 24/7 I could see this being a major pain!
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I look at it this way. If a business doesn't respect my right to carry, I will spend my money at one that does.

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What is the point of getting a CC permit, and then not being able to go into here, there, and everywhere that posts a sign? Concealed is concealed. They shouldn't know, no matter the case. I'd go in. Here in NH BTW, I have never seen a sign posted anywhere about not bringing a gun inside. I do know Walmart can be a little touchy......Doesn't stop me, though.....
Walmart can be touchy about multiple things. Let a Walmart employee see you taking video or pictures inside the store. They will escort you out and ask you not come back. During Halloween 1 was taking pictures of my 1 yr old with different Halloween wigs on. The employee made a big stink about it and asked us to leave. A telephone call later we were a large fruit basket richer.???.
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Both, you can still enter a privately owned store with your weapon, if they have a sign that says no weapons then your still able to enter and not breaking laws but breaking there rules. And they will ask you to leave if they find out.
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But any building that we as tax payers pay for cannot post signs saying no weapons. That is illegal.
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Really? Police stations, federal buildings, court houses?
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I try to support pro gun business'. If I have a choice I will always spend my money there. But if I have to do business with a place with a sign I will respect their right.

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Most of the posts here are corrrect BUT:

- If someone posts the sign , they can ask you to leave if they notice and if you refuse (which you should NOT refuse) it is a trespassing charge.

- Unless in your state they passed an addtional law making it a crime to disobey these signs, which I guess is possible but i have never heard of.

- I dont see where you would get charged with any crimes if you just leave UNLESS its a courthouse or soemthing. But I htink the OP was talking about places/corporations like walmart etc.

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I try to support pro gun business'. If I have a choice I will always spend my money there. But if I have to do business with a place with a sign I will respect their right.
That shud be everones opinion since we all yell so loud about our rights-
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My personal opinion is that I like to support pro gun businesses. Some places understand how guns work and use it to their advantage. For example, chik-fil-a always gives discounts to public safety here. I asked the manager why, and he explained that when they always have people with guns, police, fire, and EMS there, they have never been robbed. One chik-fil-a decided not to do the same thing, and they were robbed in less then a week of opening. If I HAVE to do business with an establishment who has a sign posted, I still carry, and try to get out as soon as possible.

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