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    Why were you allowing your CCW gun to show, then?
    Does your method of carry need reassessment?
    Seems unfair to panic people who are not comfortable seeing guns. I'm not saying I defend the sheeple, but if you're supposed to keep it concealed, and you take on that responsibility, you're supposed to do it.


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    Just being cognizant of one's surroundings is the 'giant step' that is so important...most people don't have a clue...
    I would not have gone there unarmed...couldn't you keep your weapon in the car while visiting the school? I know that this is not always possible...depends upon the state!
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    Quote Originally Posted by peacefuljeffrey View Post
    That said, I want to ask why you were not carrying just because you were going to a school. Wouldn't you be able to leave your gun in the car while you were in the school?
    Fair question. I'm not entirely sure how Kentucky law applies to CCW holders with regards to school property. I know you can't enter a building. Having a weapon on you while picking up children (not exiting the vehicle) is a gray area. Probably having it locked up in vehicle is okay.

    I'll likely carry next time if we're stopping somewhere before visiting the school, and then find a discreet place to unholster and lock up after eating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnKelly View Post
    Fair question. I'm not entirely sure how Kentucky law applies to CCW holders with regards to school property. I know you can't enter a building. Having a weapon on you while picking up children (not exiting the vehicle) is a gray area. Probably having it locked up in vehicle is okay.
    I would never advise anyone to break the law nor would I ever be so foolish as to say that I would do so myself. That stated, as well as reasserting my status as what I believe to be a law abiding citizen, I have to ask how can the carrying of a firearm on school property be banned (in the sense of an effective ban that keeps weapons off the property and penalizes those who do carry) if they are not checking for weapons? I wonderred that question when I dropped my young daughter off at her school after a doctor's appointment and seeing nothing but a middle aged out of shape woman as the only person inside the enterance.

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    I have to drop my Grandkids off at school several times a week (6&8 years old) and at times they want me to walk with them to the door. I leave my firearm under the front seat. Lock the car. Do I ever "forget" to leave the firearm in the car? Always carry - Never tell!

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    In defense of Wendy's, the one I patronize has always very good service , the attitudes are very friendly for being kids and the only time they screwed up my order, they fixed it and gave me some extra goodies as comp.

    One thing I HATE about this Wendy's is the location of the doors: too close to the counter. If SHTF unless you have a table right by the exit, you almost have to run a gaunlet to reach the door.
    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggy View Post
    In defense of Wendy's, the one I patronize has always very good service , the attitudes are very friendly for being kids and the only time they screwed up my order, they fixed it and gave me some extra goodies as comp.

    One thing I HATE about this Wendy's is the location of the doors: too close to the counter. If SHTF unless you have a table right by the exit, you almost have to run a gaunlet to reach the door.
    Same with the one I visited -- two doors each near the end of the counter.

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    riverkeeper, looks like I wasn't far off. thanks.

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    Arrested a guy once who threatened a fast food clerk for not getting enough lettuce on his big mac. We probably could have overlooked the whole deal and run him off, except he was doing the yelling from on top of the front counter.
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    We probably could have overlooked the whole deal and run him off, except he was doing the yelling from on top of the front counter.
    I've felt like doing that a time or two myself...
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    Have your weapon with you next time. When you get to school you can always lock it up in the car if you are not allowed to carry it in.

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    For good reason, I get VERY nervous then things like this happen. Some people aren't playing with a full deck!
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    This is why we should eat at Taco Bell . Ya can't tell if a taco is screwed up and, if it is, nobody cares

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