This is a discussion on Postal Carry within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; My local post office here in Colorado has an interesting sign on the door; I don't remember exactly what it says (I'll pay more attention ...
November 5th, 2005 04:42 PM
My local post office here in Colorado has an interesting sign on the door; I don't remember exactly what it says (I'll pay more attention next time) but it's something like 'it is illegal to assault a post office employee with a weapon' or some-such. Not "no guns", just that it's illegal to do something illegal
November 7th, 2005 08:19 AM
The Post Office is Federal and not subject to state laws, and the answer is a big NO.
November 7th, 2005 08:37 AM
Originally Posted by Hask12
Actually, it is not that cut and dried. Some federal properties are, indeed, subject to state laws. There are three different types of jurisdiction that apply to laws on federal property: Exclusive, concurrent, and proprietary. The type of jurisdiction determines the applicability of state and local laws on the property.
November 7th, 2005 12:37 PM
That's a big head-scratcher there! I can just see some bad guy intent on harming a PO employee starting to go in, seeing the sign and thinking to himself "Gee, it's illegal for me to do this? Gosh, I didn't know, I'd better go home..." Yeah, right. Maybe banks and convenience stores should get in on this highly intelligent development and post an "It's illegal to rob this establishment" sign
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