My wife is delivering in a few days, would you?
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April 4th, 2009 02:21 AM
My wife is delivering in a few days, would you?
In Oklahoma as far as I have read I can carry in a hospital. My wife will be delivering in a few days and I plan to carry. Would you? My thoughts are I will be going home at night and not staying in the Hospital. Leaving late at night and coming home to a empty house for three days. Would you leave it in the car?
April 4th, 2009 02:31 AM
I carried when my wife delivered.
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April 4th, 2009 02:38 AM
ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!
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April 4th, 2009 06:26 AM
If you are that scared of your wife watch the delivery from a locked "safe" room
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April 4th, 2009 07:11 AM
No. But then, I lack the "plumbing," so to speak.
Originally Posted by ccroom
Unless you're legally barred from doing so, why not? You're not going to be on a gurney, patted down, or asked to strip. The family's "value" just rose by a bit, so I'd carry.
In Oklahoma as far as I have read I can carry in a hospital ... I plan to carry. Would you?
The issue isn't hardly whether a doc or nurse will be a threat. Rather, it's that there's nothing especially sacred about a hospital grounds that precludes crime from occurring, and that goes for your journey's path both to and from the hospital. In this sense, it's little different from the corner market, or going to the mall, or walking a mile or two through town with your dog. Hospitals, and more importantly your trips top/from them, aren't immune from crime ... so, carry if you're able.
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April 4th, 2009 08:07 AM
My wife delivered March 27 2009. I couldn't bring my pistol to the hospital or else I would have. The Delivery wing at our local hospital is secure, meaning security guard, security doors, cameras, wrist bands, etc. But I would have felt much better having it on the car ride home. Congratulations by the way.
April 4th, 2009 08:15 AM
If it's legal I certainly would, just keep your strong side away from her because she might be angry with you at that moment.
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April 4th, 2009 08:58 AM
hospitals here in mich. are happycriminal zones but you can lock em up in
your car. that or leave em at home. me personennal,i have a pretty strudy
lock box in my car so if i visit a pistol free zone,i lock it up inthe box. hospitals
no-paking lots,you're good to go.(sorry,was just speacking of mich.) not sure
about okla. congrads to you and you're wife. stay safe.
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April 4th, 2009 09:11 AM
In NM many hospitals forbid CC so I leave my pistol in a lock box in the car. In a hospital environment, you're there for many hours at a time and bound to print at some point. Obeying the letter of the law some times put you more at risk, such as criminals knowing that law abiding citizens won't carry where not allowed, and therefor are more probable targets.
April 4th, 2009 09:17 AM
If legal, this would probably be one of those times that I kept the Kimber in a car safe and just put the P-3AT in a pocket holster. My focus would be on the birth and not if I were printing.
(Oh, and I might take the new son's gun in just to show him...can't start too early you know.)
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April 4th, 2009 09:18 AM
1 thing to think about is weather you will be in the delivery room during the birth? Lots of places make you change into scrubs in that environment. If this happens what are you going to do to keep the weapon secure?
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April 4th, 2009 09:20 AM
April 4th, 2009 09:24 AM
Depends on the kind of birth you are going to have. My wife did water births for our last two, so I was in the tub a lot. I also delivered them, which got a bit messy. So I would worry about that with carrying.
What about splitting the difference and bringing a small bag with you (trust me, if it goes long you'll need some refreshments, maybe a stick of deodorant and some gum if your wife thinks you stink...that stuff) and keeping it there?
My wife is a doula (professional servant to laboring women and their husbands)...so PM me if you have any questions. :)
Congrats on the new baby!
April 4th, 2009 10:33 AM
I would carry if it is legal.
Now, if you are one of those rare fellas who might pass out at the sight of your bride turning inside-out, I'd think twice about that.
Congratulations in advance!
It’s so much easier now days, to "Love and honor" my wife, when she is armed, and shoots a better group than I do. (Till death do us part, eh?)
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April 4th, 2009 10:45 AM
If you are worried about carring your gun on your person you can put it in your overnight bag. It is an option. At least you will have it with you instead of leaving it in the car.
Also my wife is due in April. Congrat's on the new addition.
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