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This is a discussion on Got it! within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; In KY you can carry at work, but if it is against company policy, you could get fired, but not in any legal trouble. My ...

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    In KY you can carry at work, but if it is against company policy, you could get fired, but not in any legal trouble.

    My safety is worth more to me than my job.

    You just have to make decision. My safety or my job?

    My wife works at Starbuck's, who is very anti-gun. She can work there if she wants, but she WILL carry while at work, as her safety is much more important than her job.
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    Thumbs up Well Done

    Congratulations!

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    congrads on your permit.
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    Congratulations. Did you go to wally world? I know how you feel about the work thing, I work at a school and I can't carry there either, not even in the trunk of my car.

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    Its a tuff decision to carry against company policy or not. I carry on me in the company's truck against the companies policy. I carry deep, very slow draw but better than no draw. I think that if we did every thing the way we are told we would still be sheep. Carry at work is possible but you have to be pay close attention to the details of concealment.

    Oh yea, and congrats on your new permit.

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