Taking a gun on a trip to Mikey's Home

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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    if you are carrying at schools in most states you'd be carrying illegally, same for some states and bars, do you also carry into post offices and onto military installations?
    posting about your ILLEGAL activities isn't the smartest thing to be doing
    gobbly can do all that in UT...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jblives2ride View Post
    go to academy sports or a local store and get a gunvault for your trip around 29 to 35 bucks comes with a cable to attach to the seat frame in your vehicle, and can be placed inside a hotel safe or attached to plumbing pipes for security...Attachment 59438
    +1 to the gunvault idea. I have one chained in place in my car and when I have to leave the gun (e.g. to go in hospital), it is locked in the gunvault. A quick fiddle with the combination in the parking lot and I'm re-armed. I ALWAYS carry when in Orlando (just watch the evening news and you will, too) but have NOT felt the need inside the parks.
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    Cable lock the gun to the seat frame under the seat while in the park. That's what I do. Of all times when I insist on having not only 1 gun but 2, is when I am traveling. A former co-worker told me about a time her family was traveling and a drunk/drugged man was banging on their motel door trying to get in and screaming all kind of nonsense and she said her, her husband, and son locked themselves in the bathroom with nothing but a butter knife...she said she insisted her husband buy a gun after that for travel. Stuff happens, crazy people out there, meth labs in hotels, car breaks down on side of road at night, etc. Prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
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    Signs don't hold the force of law in FL, and I typically carry all of the time except while inside the building I work, and I do not carry in WDW. They do not have metal detectors, so I could have, but with all of the news swarming in the Orlando area about another CCW case the last thing I want to be is a news story headline.

    Carowinds theme park (on the NC/SC border) has metal detectors. I had my pepper spray with me and they took it, bagged it, gave me a claim ticket and I picked it up when I left.
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    That would place you in Florida late June or early July. Besides the incredible heat and humidity, you are visiting an overpriced, amusement park. And this is supposed to be the penalty you pay for some crime, right? No? This is certainly not a vacation? You're serious? This is a vacation? Wow, how strange. Don't they have a 7 flags over whatever near where you live? Well, at least you'll be among the anti-gun, fantasy loving folks. BTW, beware of rude Brazilians who will lift your wallet and trip you to get in line first (seriously). I live 40 miles from that festering sore of an amusement park and haven't been back for about 25 years. Although I'd like to visit Texas, but not in summer. Bottom line: Stay home, and buy a really nice gun with the money you save.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolvingMag View Post
    Most hotels these days have in-room safes. You should be able to request a room with one so that you can safely store any valuables. The safes usually work off of a combination that you set when you close it, and resets when you open the safe. (Close the safe, enter code to lock; enter code to unlock, open safe- code is reset). Or, they go off of the magnetic stripe on your credit card- so only you, or someone with your card can open the safe in your room- but (at least at the places I stayed) there was NO CHARGE for using it. Might be different where you're going. I don't know.




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    Mikey lives in New Jersey

    Mikey (The Situation) is on Jersey Shore. Don't carry in Jersey - you'll get in trouble

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    Quote Originally Posted by RKflorida View Post
    That would place you in Florida late June or early July. Besides the incredible heat and humidity, you are visiting an overpriced, amusement park. And this is supposed to be the penalty you pay for some crime, right? No? This is certainly not a vacation? You're serious? This is a vacation? Wow, how strange. Don't they have a 7 flags over whatever near where you live? Well, at least you'll be among the anti-gun, fantasy loving folks. BTW, beware of rude Brazilians who will lift your wallet and trip you to get in line first (seriously). I live 40 miles from that festering sore of an amusement park and haven't been back for about 25 years. Although I'd like to visit Texas, but not in summer. Bottom line: Stay home, and buy a really nice gun with the money you save.

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    I live about 100 miles from WDW and haven't been there for 14yrs. My best friend took his grandkids there last yr. and he told me the theme park did not look as shiny and clean as it has in the past. He was very disappointed and vowed to never return. My grandkids have never been to WDW. They are now 11,9 and 7 and are coming down from IL. on Mon. We have reservations in a Disney hotel and park tickets for a week. I sure hope we are not disappointed. I personally prefer Busch Gardens. I like the shows, the zoo and it's closer to home. I can also get a yearly pass that lets me go as many times as I wish during the yr. and I don't have to stay in a hotel or motel. I haven't made the decision whether or not to CC. Usually when the grandkids come I lock all the guns in the safe except for the Mossy 500 which I keep on a tall closet shelf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    what you say about safety in the parks is more true than not but your guns are not welcomed anywhere on WDW property including their onsite hotels
    If it's locked in a safe or concealed on my person at all times then no one else knows about it. It's no one else's concern so whether my guns are welcomed or not doesn't really matter. The only thing that matters is that I respect the law and don't carry where it's illegal. I don't feel the news to carry on property. Anywhere else I do feel the need if it's allowable by law.

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    It's a long trip with no firearm, I'd take it and lock it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    if you are carrying at schools in most states you'd be carrying illegally, same for some states and bars, do you also carry into post offices and onto military installations?
    posting about your ILLEGAL activities isn't the smartest thing to be doing
    You're making quite an assumption... Especially after I pointed out "I CC everywhere it's legal." In my state that includes schools and bars. If you don't understand how firearms laws work in our country, I would suggest just keeping your mouth shut (and your fingers off the keyboard). You look like a fool spouting that crap.

    And yeah, I'm being crass... I don't like being accused by people who don't know what they are talking about.

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    Is this the thread where people come to post WDW hate?

    The guy asked a reasonable question, although one that gets asked at least every other month. I'm no fan of RatLand, but I hardly see where the I-haven't-been-there-in-twenty-years and I-refuse-to-take-the-grandkids-there stuff adds anything to the conversation.
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    My family have been to WDW and DL every year for the last 12 years in a row. You will have a great time. Which hotel are you staying at? In the 12 years and cruised on the Wonder and Dream I have not seen one Pickpocketer yet. Unless you count the money that Grandparents throw out for gifts for the Grandkids. If you are unhappy about anything say something and they will make it right.

    Last year there was a lot of construction going on at WDW. They are building a new princess section and adding another Dumbo ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gobbly View Post
    You're making quite an assumption... Especially after I pointed out "I CC everywhere it's legal." In my state that includes schools and bars. If you don't understand how firearms laws work in our country, I would suggest just keeping your mouth shut (and your fingers off the keyboard). You look like a fool spouting that crap.

    And yeah, I'm being crass... I don't like being accused by people who don't know what they are talking about.
    you'd better check on what the feds say about carrying on school grounds, instead of making foolish insults you should thank me for alerting you to laws you MIGHT be unknowingly violating

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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    you'd better check on what the feds say about carrying on school grounds, instead of making foolish insults you should thank me for alerting you to laws you MIGHT be unknowingly violating
    You seriously don't know when to stop...

    So I'll enlighten you. The feds say that since I have a CC permit issued by the state in which the schools are located in, and that permit required a background check, I am A-OK. Seriously, a minimal amount of research would have saved you the trouble of looking like an idiot twice...

    Edit: and because I foresee some other uninformed comment from your direction, I'll make it easy... Check out (2) (B): http://www.gunlaws.com/Gun_Free_School_Zones_Act.pdf. And thank you? For what? Unjustly accusing me of being a criminal? I'd be more apt to expect an apology...
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