This is a discussion on who carrys 100% of the time no matter where they go? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I carry 100% of the time. Here in WA, there are few places I can't go. I don't do bars anymore, but if I did ...
I carry 100% of the time.
Here in WA, there are few places I can't go. I don't do bars anymore, but if I did have occasion to go to one, I suppose that would be an exception.
WA only prohibits you from the courtroom, judge's chambers, or prisoner holding areas in a courthouse. Since the only reason I have to go into a courthouse is to renew my car tabs, that doesn't affect me.
And schools. . . I don't have children. Even if I did, there is an exemption in WA CCW laws regarding parents picking up a student, it's the only time you can carry on school grounds.
We don't have a campus carry law, but we don't have a prohibition either, so I wouldn't be phased if I went back to College or University.
Last edited by livewire; April 12th, 2011 at 07:05 PM. Reason: Clarification and grammar
I carry everywhere I go. I work in a prison so I have to leave my weapon locked in my car, but other than that I just don't go anywhere I'm not allowed to carry. I used to love Church's chicken, but the other day I saw a sign posted on the building by the door and the drive through stating they don't allow firearms to be carried concealed or otherwise anywhere in the store. I don't go there anymore.
I carry every day & everywhere that I am legally allowed to do so.
Everywhere it is legal for me to carry.
Don't use a gym, so I can't help with that.
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i totaly agree with this! what are you suppose to do leave it in you car!
Same here. I carry everywhere, everyday. Most days, Glock 21 .45 acp. If i need something smaller for concealment, then a Kahr K40 covert on ankle or underarm carry.
If I'm breathing, you can bet I'm armed.
I carry 100% of the time unless it's illegal. That's the only time I'm not carrying. That's what separates us from the bad guys,and it's why I don't agree with "no carry" zones,except for a very few.
Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.
I carry every where I am legally able to do so. I have been since our CCDW law went into effect in October of 1996 here in Kentucky. Unfortunately my workplace is a legal no carry zone (a school). However, as soon as I leave I carry!
"Life is tough. Life is a lot tougher if you're stupid"--- John Wayne
I carry everywhere, including the gym, except where prohibited by law and to/from work. The reason for the latter is due to the nature of the type of business my company does they can claim an exemption to the Florida law "Preservation & Protection of the Right to Keep & Bear Arms in Motor Vehicles Act of 2008". So although it's not against the law for me to have a firearm in my car my company has a written policy against it and I can be fired for it if they found out. I know hidden is hidden... it boils down to tough personal decision.
Ruger SP101 2.25"
Taurus 740 Slim
I carry 100% of the time. I also make it a point to avoid no-carry zones. If for some reason I MUST visit a no-carry zone, I disarm before exiting my vehicle and make my visit as quick as humanly possible while maintaining a heightened awareness of my exit paths.
I've been carrying since 1977, legally. At first it was as a PO, than on CPL. I carry wherever it is legal, and never leave the house without something on my hip or in my pocket. If you have taken the time and expense to carry legally, than carry a quality weapon and holster.