What Would You Do? Carry or Not.

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    In Ky, it doesn't matter if they post or not. If you get caught, they ask you to leave. If you don't you get slapped with tresspassing.

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    I don't know, so I'm asking, if you enter an IDPA competition, can you carry your gun concealed and loaded?

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    This is a conundrum in Montana. Local semi-annual gun shows are held in a building on the County fairgrounds, which, of course is County owned property.

    Montana Statute 45-8-328 states that a CWP is not valid in a "public building", defined as "a building owned or leased and occupied by the local, state, or federal government".

    Local gun shows do not post signs prohibiting concealed carry. Due to the ambiguity in the language of the statute, I carry concealed when I go to the show and don't worry about it.


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    I think part of the issue is the "building" the gun show is held in. When we have a gun show at the trade center, it's a no gun zone already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangle
    ... When we have a gun show at the trade center, it's a no gun zone already.
    Irony at it's best!
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Personally I will choose to follow peoples requests about carrying in a business or show. If they don't want my money so be it. I feel the more we cooperate the more good will we spread.
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    I would respect their wishes, especially after the recent ATF fiascos in Pittsburgh and Virginia.
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    I personaly witnessed a head shot with a 7mm mag at the garden city ks gunshow some years ago ( it was hard to miss since the victom was about 4 ft away when hit ) , with that experiance i just will not bring a loaded gun into a gunshow as a civillian , a bar is another place i wont carry .. others may but i wont .

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    well now............is concieled considered on the belt? I think I'd unholster the weapon, clear it, and walk in with it in your hand. offer them the weapon and ask them to have it be placed in a gun rug/bag they may have , or just tell them you're planning on a possible trade/sale, and ask what THEY require you to do in this case.............99% will let you through the doors at that point.........and resume your normal CCW mode when you leave the show.
    At least that's what i would do/say.
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    Well guys, once I got to the bottom of the ramp into Cashman Field, (a long walk), I saw the signs, properly and legally worded.

    I ignored them and enjoyed the show.

    I should have probably walked back up the hill and put it in the trunk, but I just didn't feel like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangle
    I don't know, so I'm asking, if you enter an IDPA competition, can you carry your gun concealed and loaded?
    In most places (including my IDPA Club) the answer is a resounding NO.
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    Its illegal to carry at a gun show in NC anyway because they charge admission. So my answer would have to be no, I wouldnt carry.

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    Depends on the state & the law, I know in Montana any state or county owned facility is a No No, so those places I would do as required, some other places where it is not ILLEGAL just being requested, I would & have many times carried Locked & loaded, have done this for years, never been busted, Signs alone ( little postcards saying no guns) are not enough to get me to be unarmed i will either ignore or take my Business elsewhere.
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    It's almost impossible to get a CCW in Canada, However my authority to transport allows me to take it anywhere there is a range or gunsmith, but it has to be trigger locked and locked in a case, I always make sure that i have a couple of loaded mags with it.

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