C.A.N.T. (carry always, never tell)
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My wife and I are going to celebrate our 34th annivesary this weekend by staying in a Mansion that
U.S. Grant stayed in during the Civil War. It is a pivately owned home that is a Bed and Breakfast.
My question is,should I let the owner know that I am CCW? I do not think the owner lives there. I believe that in this state I can only go CCW on private property if I have the owners permission.But on the other hand it could also be classified as a Hotel/restaurant which means unless posted i should be ok.
Help me out guys/gals.
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C.A.N.T. (carry always, never tell)
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Enjoy your weekend
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What NavyAirdale said.
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Majority rule only works if you're also considering individual rights. Because you can't have five wolves and one sheep voting on what to have for supper.
I pocket carry a J frame, 9mm S&W 940. -A-L-W-A-Y-S-. Even when I visit family out of town, they don't ask, I don't tell.
Carry on and enjoy the weekend....
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And we shall flow a river forth to Thee, And teeming with souls shall it ever be,
Hope you have an awesome weekend!
In Gibson v. Commonwealth, 237 Ky. 33, 34 S.W.2d 936 (1936), the High Court stated: “[I]t is the tradition that a Kentuckian never runs. He does not have to.”
If they don't have metal detectors I can everywhere. The only time I don't have a gun on me is when I'm in the shower or in the bed. and I have sleep with on on when I was away from home. To me its a lifestyle.
You are bound by the laws of the particular jurisdiction regarding CCW.
Also, if you are 'paying' for your lodging and conveniences of the premises, it is legally 'your' property/home as long as you are paid current.
Check State's AG site for any details (municipal exemptions, etc) if you worry about such matters.
I have heard of bad experiences regarding folks leaving sidearms in lodging rooms to go to restaurant/bar, pool, etc.
My State does not require prior approval of CCW, but any business, homeowner, property owner, lessor, renter, can tell you to leave if they see sidearm, or any other reason.
My wife has huge family of non-gun owners.
I'm retired LE so I 'may' be okay (ain't gonna ask), MIL knows wife always packs (saw sidearm in her purse once).
Otherwise, No one asks any silly questions and no one has to leave in a hurry to go home to shut the water off, or sumpthin.
There are only two times my stuff is ever exposed when away from home.
1.) When I'm Peein'.
2.) When I'm Shootin'.
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About the only condition in which I'd consider it would be in a state that demands citizens notify homeowners before coming into their homes. IIRC, there are only one or two states that criminalize folks who don't. But then, you're coming into a sleeping establishment. It's not a home, really, house though it may be, as they operate it primarily as a sleeping establishment.
Of course, state statutes can be screwy bad, along the lines of the 2A. You never know what little twists are possible. Check your state statutes, to be sure.
Last edited by ccw9mm; October 16th, 2013 at 11:43 PM. Reason: clarity