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Old 06-18-2010, 02:14 AM   #11
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Yes, legal (unload them, lube them, slip in a silicone gun sock) No, banks do not know what is in a safety deposit box. Unless you have a hazardous or noxious substance (do NOT leave a tuna fish sandwich in a safety deposit box) bank does not care.
Oh, c3, that is hiLARious! Could you imagine how a rotting sandwich would mess that bank over big time.

The only problem is the act of carrying them from the car to the bank would be carrying a concealed handgun. I'm not making a joke. In Oregon, even the act of carrying a new gun from the gun shop to the car in a new case is technically illegal. I would at least look into this issue. If it IS illegal, then carrying it into a bank could be a federal crime.

I don't know...I'm just thinking of possible problems.
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Oh, c3, that is hiLARious! Could you imagine how a rotting sandwich would mess that bank over big time.

The only problem is the act of carrying them from the car to the bank would be carrying a concealed handgun. I'm not making a joke. In Oregon, even the act of carrying a new gun from the gun shop to the car in a new case is technically illegal. I would at least look into this issue. If it IS illegal, then carrying it into a bank could be a federal crime.

I don't know...I'm just thinking of possible problems.
Him being in the military, not sure if you are correct. Anyway, LOL, I think you are thinking too much. This isn't a daily trip, he is doing it ONCE. What are the odds a cop with screech up and want to look in the bag? Probably happen with my luck, but nobody's is as bad as mine!

I think a lot of states made that technical error when writing gun laws. It is illegal in FL to walk from your car to your Apt. without a CCW permit. It's illegal to walk on any public place with a hidden gun without the permit. I guess parking lots are public places. As of last year, it has never been tested in court here in FL.
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Nope, never tested in Oregon, either, as far as I have read. The only reason I bring it up is that carrying a handgun (even unloaded) into a bank makes me a bit uneasy.

Having been armed since my first day with a CHL, I would feel uneasy leaving my pistol anywhere I couldn't reach it. I'm just glad I don't live anywhere near New York! (or Illinois...or California...)

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My bank safety deposit boxes are removable to allow the owner to put the items of choice in at home. Then you bring the box back and then you walk into the vault and then you put them into your spot and you lock it up and your done.

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My bank safety deposit boxes are removable to allow the owner to put the items of choice in at home. Then you bring the box back and then you walk into the vault and then you put them into your spot and you lock it up and your done.
About 10 years ago I was down to just a few collector hand guns. Whenever a hurricane was headed this way, I would put them in my bank safety deposit box. This was pre-9/11 and I never really thought about the legality. Makes me wonder how close to a prison stay I was.

It's been my experience that bank personnel go out of their way not to know what you are putting in or taking out of your box.
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It's been my experience that bank personnel go out of their way not to know what you are putting in or taking out of your box.
I worked at Bank of America for a long time. I totally concur with Bob. There was definitely a sense among the staff--spoken and unspoken--of, "I don't even want to know...so please don't tell me." If you walk in with a closed bag or whatever, they won't ask. At least that's my experience.
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