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cc to a funerals

This is a discussion on cc to a funerals within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; If you attend a funeral I'm directing, you can believe I'm totin'. I've seen fights that were moments away from someone drawing on another. I've ...

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    If you attend a funeral I'm directing, you can believe I'm totin'.

    I've seen fights that were moments away from someone drawing on another. I've had armed mugging suspects run into the cemetery we were at during the family's procession into the gates...running beside the hearse!

    Legal tidbit: While a funeral service is taking place in a funeral home chapel, it can be considered a place of worship and therefor off limits in some states. Permission may be required to legally carry, usually given by the funeral home owner or person with that authority. Check state laws. A phone call may be in order rather than relying on the written law. The law regarding funeral home chapels has been referred to as "a gray area" here in SC by an official giving advice to an FFL applicant.
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    Carry at a funeral, most definitely.
    One good point about CC at a funeral is that there is one less person you have to worry about trusting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrkurt View Post
    Is it proper cc to a funeral.
    Only if you are not the guest of honor. :)
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    Pray about it first, then go strap on your Glock, Sig, or HK. CCW's are proof God wants you to be happy.

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    If nobody knows you have it, then how is it improper? Concealed means concealed (within the law)

    Quote Originally Posted by dV8r View Post
    Only if you are not the guest of honor. :)
    This got me thinking, I think I will tell the wife when I expire to have me buried with my Kimber Pro Carry 2, cocked and locked. I also think I will OC that day.
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    Dont see why not, pending legality.

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