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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Rugers9, Jun 8, 2012.
How many of us carry at work or is it prohibited by your company to carry awhile on company time ?
Here's a related thread. More food for thought.
I carry my Hi Point .45 JHP as the primary duty weapon, the 380 CF as back-up, and the Phoenix HP22 as my last chance, conceal carry.
My owner/ boss knows I have a ccw and own firearms. He has never said I couldn't carry at work. I carry everyday.
Its against company policy to let us carry at work, they even threw no firearms in your vehicle when in the parking lot into the handbook.
I work at a car dealership and carry to work but leave gun in car or top drawer of my tool box.
I am a teacher so I can't even bring it to work and lock it in the glove box. I can't have it on school property. Therefore if I have to run errands, I have to run home to get my gun after I leave work.
Exactly the same here. Except I'm in the sales end of the building, with a desk instead of a tool box.
Same Here, even though the company handbook prohibits it, he's actually bumped mine but did not say a word. Just joined this firm last October but its never mattered where I work or what their policies are. Short of metal detectors, armed guards, and a secure perimeter, anyones rule is really more of a suggestion...right.
Can't have guns they have a sign on the gate but I heard I u park at the guard house you can leave it in ur truck but it's a good lil walk
I have to carry one at work.
I am retired so I carry where ever I go.
The company I now work for prohibits weapons on the property. It's grounds for immediate termination. Typical corporate policy.
I work @ a nuclear power plant so i cant carry lol .It's a TVA plant so its goverment owned so I cant even have one in my vehicle .If caught having one in the vehicle your banned for life .Even for having just ammunition in the vehicle .Its the only time iam without my firearm .
I'm retired now, but the company I worked for had a very lenient policy about weapons at one time, although concealed carry wasn't legal in Texas at the time. I never did hear the details, but apparently there was a serious altercation between employees at one of our other branches, so they adopted a no weapons policy on company property.
Being a salesman I drove a company vehicle, even on personal business, so I generally didn't carry. But, just a couple of times I had a weapon in my vehicle due to extenuating circumstances whether they liked it ot not.
How about if ur extremely proficient with throwing knives. They don't really cover that in my company policy. I have been working in close quarters in a pharmacy that has a high incidence of be robbed.
See I been thinking about CCW while on the job weather my company says its ok or not. I carry a boot knife, maybe I could conceal a RUGER LCP in my waist band.