This is a discussion on Federal Facilities within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I recently called the head of security at the "Tip" O'Neil federal building in Boston. He made it very clear that there was no weapons ...
I recently called the head of security at the "Tip" O'Neil federal building in Boston. He made it very clear that there was no weapons storage provided and weapons were not allowed inside the front doors. He said the policy was based on federal law. Those of us who use public transportation (no car available) would have to find an alternative storage location or leave 'em at home.
As a member in the USAF I frequently fly night missions which end very early in the morning. One of the most frustrating things is not being able to carry your "protection tool" once entering the base. Maybe there's some sort of grassroot legislation that the NRA could help start for as a minimum military CCW holders. Maybe starting small and gradually becoming more inclusive of other CCW's is the way to go?
"Abe Lincoln may have freed all men, but Sam Colt made them equal."