This is a discussion on Do you feel safe at work? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Harryball Its there right to ban weapons, not only to the general public, but to there employees. You can argue until you ...
If the above is the case, while you are in uniform you are representing the branch of service you are in. That is why they can ban it.
I work at a University so no I don't feel safe lol
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Where I work we have armed security (usually fat and out of shape), security check gates for cars, and employees have to scan a badge and go through a turn style. Im forced to disarm and leave the gun in the truck. But they do not check employees on foot coming to and from, only at random times and few and far between. so anyone could easily get a gun in. Its crossed my mind more than once, not to take a gun in but the fact of how easily it could happen. And with enough ammunition a person could easily kill several people before anyone could respond.
Anyway, I am not in the Active Army. My civilian job is carpentry, and as I said before: in good weather I ride my rather nice peddle bike to work due to a problem with my knees (low to no impact cardio), so as to maintain my Army PT conditioning.
A private employer's policy against no guns at work infringes on employees who aren't bringing their own vehicle to work (perhaps their car is in the shop or they live in an aria where public transit is much more economical), while those people are not on the property.