[TriLUG] security goons at TigerDirect in Raleigh: "No, thanks!"
magnus at trilug.org
Thu May 31 18:39:50 EDT 2007
Warren Myers wrote:
> It is legal in many parts of the state. Unless there is a sign on the
> establishment indicating you cannot carry, or you're entering any government
> building (even an office building that has *ONE* gubmint office in it), or
> on school grounds, etc. Notice, though, that if the weapon is *at all*
> concealed, it's *not* legal.
Yeah there are limitations.
But oddly enough you have more liberty in where you can go with an
openly displayed pistol and no permit than the other way around. Banks,
> What irks me more than the idiotic carry laws is the fact that you have to
> apply to get a purchase permit, and then apply again (after taking a class)
> to get a *concealed* carry permit.
Actually if you have your concealed carry permit, you can use that in
lieu of the purchase permit now. That law changed 2 or 3 years ago. So
once you're licensed to pack, no more asking "mother may I buy a pistol"
(except the dreaded background check that criminals usually don't go
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