Coors Field

Coors Field

This is a discussion on Coors Field within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Has anyone been to Coors Field lately? I just got tickets and wanted to know do they wand everyone or have metal dectors. I used ...

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    Coors Field

    Has anyone been to Coors Field lately? I just got tickets and wanted to know do they wand everyone or have metal dectors. I used to carry there but that dumb lady on Fox made a big deal about carrying weapons into sport events.
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    in texas you can't carry to a sports events so you need to check your local laws and find out if its legal to start with

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    Below is what I found from their website ---Since Colorado Law Requires every person to be ran through a metal detector for you to be breaking the law all you would be doing would be trespassing if they were to catch you. The Firearms section holds no weight in Colorado, see previous sentence. While on their website I also found the "safety and security" section and added it because it could be useful. Have fun at the game.

    ENTERING THE BALLPARK
    For your safety, the Colorado Rockies require that all Guests and Employees entering and re-entering Coors Field be screened for prohibited items (see Restrictions). This includes a thorough inspection of any jackets, coats, packages, bags, purses and other containers brought to any of the five Entry Gates. In addition, Guests may be randomly selected for additional safety screenings with hand-held metal detectors.

    FIREARMS AND WEAPONS
    No firearms or other weapons are allowed on Coors Field premises.

    RESTRICTIONS
    The following list is a guide only. It is not intended to be all inclusive.

    PROHIBITED ITEMS
    1. Alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs or medical marijuana in any form
    2. Non-alcoholic beer or similar items
    3. Glass bottles and aluminum or metal cans (including any aerosol cans)
    4. All hard-sided coolers and containers, regardless of size
    5. All hard-sided briefcases, regardless of size
    6. All soft-sided bags and containers larger than 16”x16”x8”
    7. Camera try, dual or single leg pods by non-media personnel. Video cameras are permitted as long as live game action is not recorded as specified by MLB Policy (See Cameras and Game Information Prohibition.)
    8. Bota bags or wine skin
    9. Sticks or clubs (including signs attached to sticks)
    10. Fireworks
    11. Firearms or other weapons
    12. Bullhorns or noise makers
    13. Confetti, soap bubbles
    14. Animals (except trained service dogs for Guests with disabilities)
    15. Beachballs, balloons and other inflatables
    16. Skateboards, rollerblades or shoes with wheels (Heelys)
    17. Stools or folding chairs
    18. Large squirt guns or super soakers
    19. Fishing nets, poles or ball retrieval devices
    20. Any fruit or vegetable larger than a grapefruit must be sliced
    21. Laser pointers
    22. Insulated coolers, cups and thermoses larger than 22 oz.
    23. Pizza boxes larger than personal size

    PERMITTED ITEMS
    1. Plastic beverage containers
    2. Soft-sided bags or containers 16"x 16"x 8" or smaller
    3. Insulated cups or thermoses 22 ounces or smaller
    4. Food items (including glass baby food jars)
    5. Any fruit or vegetable grapefruit-sized or smaller
    6. Still and video cameras (see Cameras)
    7. Binoculars
    8. Seat cushions and bleacher back rest
    9. Umbrellas during the threat of inclement weather. In consideration of the safety and sight lines of others, please use only small, compact umbrellas (28” - 34" span). Large golf umbrellas and umbrellas with metal tips are strongly discouraged.
    10. Paper or plastic cups with permitted beverages
    11. Plastic baby bottles
    12. Baseball bats - for the purpose of autographs; must be stored underneath the seats once the game begins
    13. Brooms - 6’ maximum length (only on the day of a potential sweep)
    14. Potato chip or nut cardboard cans with metal tops or bottoms
    15. Strollers - that fold or collapse to fit underneath seats (larger strollers may be claim-checked at the gates upon entry)
    16. Motorcycle and bicycle helmets
    17. Empty camel packs

    SAFETY AND SECURITY
    Guests who would like to discreetly notify our game-day staff of guest safety or security issues (e.g. security needed, broken seat, medical issue, etc.) may do so by texting "SECURITY" [space] followed by the issue and location to 97475. For example: SECURITY unruly guests in section 116 row 14 seat 7&8. Guest will receive text response and appropriate personnel will be dispatched to resolve the issue. Standard text messaging rates may apply

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    anyplace not a shooting club that has a list with 4 or more banned items on it----

    i just go with ....no firearms will be one of them
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    Thanks Hi-Altitude. Looking forward to the game.
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    I was there last season was surprised when they wanded me. They did it very quickly, under the arms, down the sides and over my cargo pockets. Missed the Smartcarry.

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    I go once or twice a year and I think they ran the wand over me once in the last five years. Not sure what they do, just ask you to leave. Go put your gun in the car and come back? Take a few minutes if you rode the lite rail in from the outter areas.

    I always lock mine in a COM car safe so at least I have it when I get back to the car.

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