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Take it or leave it

This is a discussion on Take it or leave it within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Like the previous posters, I'd take it in with me. No laws against it in Wyoming and the credit union where I bank has no ...

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    Like the previous posters, I'd take it in with me. No laws against it in Wyoming and the credit union where I bank has no signage prohibiting carrying.


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    Re: Take it or leave it

    Lock it in the trunk.

    In Ne a passenger can be charged with illegal concealment if the gun is accessible.

    And we can't carry in a bank here.

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    I carry to the bank all the time but it's legal in WI. Check your state laws before doing anything, though.

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    I would just unload it, keep the bullets with me and leave the gun in the car.

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    Would depend on your state laws. Here in Virginia carrying in a bank is legal, so I'd just go in and take care of my business. If not legal to carry in a bank, tell them you will return to take care of the issue.

    Now the question is, why are you riding around with people who have been drinking? Also, if you have been drinking with them, what are you carrying a gun for? Drinking and carrying is just as stupid as drinking and driving IMO.
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    Although this senario was contrived, it was asked to me in a discusion of several different senario's discussed (which were also contrived!), with close freinds who was starting the process of getting there ccw permit. I just thought that it would start a good suggestion feed for all who was curious, especially from people who has experience in these areas. It was JUST a senerio, not a way of saying that I hang out with drunks OR stupid people. god bless

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