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what about volunteer fire departments

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    what about volunteer fire departments

    Some are funded by grants from the goverment so how about concealed carry there?


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    Do you mean if you are a volunteer fire fighter, or just visiting there? Or are you asking if they are "Government Property"

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    Just asking about visiting like to pick up smoke detectors
    and are they Government Property or city rather ?

    i was a ff/emt for 12 years so i now as far as being vff and carring isnt going to happen no insurance company would agree to that sad but true

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    They could be considered county or city property ( but I doubt it ) pending on where the majority of the money comes from. What does NC say about what's off limits and what isn't?

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    Well thats just the thing as fars as the law goes at face value no problems but if ya dig deeper im just not sure what with the way the funding goes
    but its not that big of a deal i dont guess i dont go much just thought someone here could clear it up for those that are vff and such.

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    If you can go in the local govt buildings, then it is ok.
    Here in Havelock it would not be ok, but, in Craven county it would.

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    Or you could call your local sheriffs dept and ask.

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    You say that you're only picking up smoke detectors? Just leave the sidearm in the car.
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    Carry in a building owned or used by a governmental entity, verboten.
    Volunteer departments are commonly a subsidiary of the township trustees.
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    Need to check the local laws. In the two counties I volunteered in back in Maryland the volunteer fire departments were independant corporations and the stations were owned by the corporations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fdisk View Post
    Some are funded by grants from the goverment so how about concealed carry there?
    NC fire departments are property of either the county or city they are in. None are "federal" departments. Unless there is a sign posted you should be able to carry into a FD. Most FD's I've saw though however do have signs posted.
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