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Gun Talk / Re: Conceal Carry with Basketball Shorts
« on: December 07, 2017, 06:12:26 PM »
I sometimes carry my shield in a Smart Carry pouch. Somewhat like a belly band but carries weapon low in front at or just below belt line. Conceals very well, very comfortable standing or walking but not quite as comfortable when setting.

If you're asking for a lawyer's opinion, might put this question in the "Ask the Lawyer" section. Other than that, I would agree with Sammyboy - don't let folks know about the firearm. That means not talking about it with work folks. Another thought is the possibility of parking in another spot outside the employee lot but I don't know it that is feasible.
Obviously I would keep the vehicle locked and suggest having the weapon in a small gunsafe under a seat or possibly in a console - that way you can argue that it was unavailable to the average person.
Not sure what kind of company you work for, but I'm guessing the chances of them searching all vehicles in the parking area is slim. Other than keeping a low profile and not causing reason for a search, I'm guessing you just take your chances unless Colorado has some sort of parking lot bill like Texas.

General Firearms Law Discussion / Re: Proper Concealed Carry Question
« on: November 30, 2017, 08:54:26 PM »
I am reasonably sure Katfish is correct also. I have never seen anything that indicated to me a holster was required for concealed carry - only open carry.

General Firearms Law Discussion / Re: National Reciprocity in NJ
« on: November 30, 2017, 08:45:31 PM »
I have my doubts that a national reciprocity bill that forces a state with very limited or no carry laws to accept other states licenses will become the law, but in the event it does, I would anticipate LOTS of roadblocks thrown up in the way of legal challanges from various states. If that fails, then states like New Jersery will make all sorts of stipulations making it almost impossible for you to comply (like you have to register your firearm with some authority if you want to carry and they will issue you a special ID badge that must be worn conspicuously anywhere you travel) ???

General Firearms Law Discussion / Re: NJ Taser and Stun gun law
« on: November 13, 2017, 07:38:52 PM »
Might want to ask this question in the "Ask the Lawyer" section.

Ask the Lawyers / Re: Carrying to an "un-Designated" Sporting Event
« on: November 06, 2017, 06:01:47 PM »

Will have to wait for the lawyers on part of your question but wanted to clarify that a church in Texas is not a "gun free zone" unless it is actually posted 30.06. I carry every Sunday at my church and am quite surprised that the gunman did not run into someone with a gun inside that rural church. (actually he may have but the "good guy" may have lost and we may not know yet).
I have done some self study in the possible outcome of my 9mm Shield vs. an AR-15 style weapon - some divine intervention might be needed.

Ask the Lawyers / Re: Carrying in a no gun posted business, store, etc.
« on: November 01, 2017, 08:42:15 PM »
If you are in Texas, that circle with gun and line mean absolutely nothing for a person with a concealed carry license.

Sounds like a bad deal based on information cited. Wonder if the guy had any injuries, reliable witnesses? Since the law waited 3 or 4 days to investigate and charge, wonder if they uncovered something not reported?

Halftime, your statement on a public forum that you intend to disobey 30.06 signs probably won't make your defense any easier!

If my information is correct, although SB1942 did not pass, I understand the language from that same bill was added to SB1566 (page 11) at the last minute by Hefner and that bill did pass and was signed by the govenor. Please correct me if this is not the case.

Ask the Lawyers / Re: Texas CHL/Gun License renewal procedure.
« on: June 29, 2017, 08:59:05 PM »
If your license expires the end of October, I'm surprised you haven't already received a letter from DPS licensing explaining how to renew.
Mine was to expire the end of Sept. and I received a letter in April. I did the on-line part the application and paid my fee on May 3rd and on May 15th my new license arrived in the mailbox - I was pleasantly surprised. I even have the old ink fingerprints on file and they indicated at the end of my online portion that my information on file would be "reviewed" to see if it met current standards so I figured I would have to redo something but not the case.

General Firearms Law Discussion / Re: NJ castle doctrine
« on: June 23, 2017, 05:22:04 PM »
Good thing I don't live in NJ because I'm pretty sure I retreating out my own back door wouldn't be my #1 solution to someone breaking in my front door - unless it was to step outside and get more firepower and come back in ;D

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Re: SB 1942 Relating to the transportation or storage of a lot
Reply #7 on: Today at 04:22:13 PM

This is correct. When this law goes into effect on September 1, your employer will not be able to terminate you for keeping your firearm concealed and secured in your vehicle for so long as you have a valid LTC.

Ask the Lawyers / Re: Carrying in Church
« on: June 12, 2017, 05:15:51 PM »
Maybe get him to consider removing the 30.06 sign anyway. Is he that antigun or bowing to pressure?

General Firearms Law Discussion / Re: NJ castle doctrine
« on: June 12, 2017, 05:11:14 PM »
Can't say as I'm surprised that New Jersery politicians/lawmakers have some strange ideas compared to what I consider the average American.  :)

When you say "cornered" I assume you mean you have to retreat if at all possible? Does this mean that if you can slip out the back door of your own house when a "bad guy" comes in the front door with a gun, you must do that  rather than shoot back??

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