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Old 01-23-2013, 12:16 PM   #11
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Please bear in mind- those are your STATE laws.

There are also FEDERAL laws that apply in all 57 states. Your concealed carry license is fine for the grocery store. Do NOT carry in the commisary at the military base down the road.



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Old 01-23-2013, 08:16 PM   #12
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You need to get a good CCW class in your state. And that is NOT a slam on you. The state laws vary a LOT from state to state. I can tell you that you cannot carry in a Post Office, airport, a Federal Building, jail, prison, and I'll bet you a steak dinner there are restrictions in STATE law on schools and courtrooms.
Check this out, you would be surprised where you can carry. How about that steak dinner
http://www.handgunlaw.us/


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The NRA-ILA has a site telling about each state's carry laws. But, as the disclaimer says, you will want to check these statements out for yourself.

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I've held OR and WA CCW's for 17 years now and despite daily carry, I've never had a gun fall out my holster so...unless there are metal detectors, armed security, and a secure perimeter...I don't worry about it much.

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Will- agree that Oregon is better than a LOT of states- but if you can parse out the wording in 166.370 and 373 (and it IS rather convoluted wording) it appears that the law MAY be that you must surrender the firearm to a law enforcement office in a courtroom, and if you have a CCW, you will not be charged.

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My state has good info on the State Department of Justice website

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Legally, you're banned from carrying in many places but morally I'd say to carry every where, all the time as long as you can. Sure, if they have a metal detector and security you'll not be able to carry but as long as they don't I will. "Shall Not Infringe" are words that have meaning IMHO.

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Please bear in mind- those are your STATE laws.

There are also FEDERAL laws that apply in all 57 states. Your concealed carry license is fine for the grocery store. Do NOT carry in the commisary at the military base down the road.
57? Has it been that long since history class? Lol
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Will- agree that Oregon is better than a LOT of states- but if you can parse out the wording in 166.370 and 373 (and it IS rather convoluted wording) it appears that the law MAY be that you must surrender the firearm to a law enforcement office in a courtroom, and if you have a CCW, you will not be charged.
(B) A weapon, other than a firearm, in a court facility may be required to surrender the weapon to a law enforcement officer or to immediately remove it from the court facility. A person who fails to comply with this subparagraph is guilty, upon conviction, of a Class C felony.

It says a weapon other than a firearm,
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57? Has it been that long since history class? Lol
I assume he is refering to states plus the US territories. I think that number is 57.


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