NO. I thought about telling my wife I was gonna pick up another gun soon, then I remembered how the last one went. I'll pass.
This is a discussion on Should I tell my boss I CCW within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by gunnut2u I work for a small company ,12 people, we do not have a co. policy on ccw . Should I tell ...
I asked privatly and assured him that no would know but him and he agreed.
Plus I told him I had beeen doing it for years but in the event something happened I wanted him to know.
Allthough I am 45 plus and he knows I have a class III weapon and have enough common sense that he trusts me but thats in my case.
Your company has no policy that forbids it, so why bring it up. If you bring the subject up, you may find a new policy implemented prohibiting it. Then what are you going to do? To bring it up to your boss is asking for trouble in my opinion.
NO! absolutely NOT!!!
if you're not violating company policy and breaking no laws.....then
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[QUOTE=gottabkiddin;1295940]NO. I thought about telling my wife I was gonna pick up another gun soon, then I remembered how the last one went. I'll pass.[/oQUOTE]
I suggest you to pay CASH You dont want to have your wife open up bill statment and find out.
What if you tell and they say that you can't carry and puts it into the company policy?
You know your boss better than any of us, but consider this possibility: Maybe there is no company policy against CCW because nobody ever thought an employee would carry. It might just be possible that if you say something, the policy will be changed.
Edit: I see I'm not the only one who thought of that :)
D.T.A = Don't Tell Anyone, Don't Trust Anyone, Double Tap Always
Speak softly, and carry a big stick.
If you do ask, you may rapidly find that there IS a policy about guns.
Provided you are not violating any laws or company policies, don't say a word.
Concealed means CONCEALED. And that means from everyone who does not have a need to know.
Stay safe out there!
*WARNING - I may or may not know what I am talking about.
It's better to ask for forgiveness than permission.
After the last new gun came out of the closet,
She: "How long have you had that?"
Proud new gun owner: "A long time!"
She: "How much did THAT cost?"
Proud new gun owner: "It was on sale."
(to be continued...)
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Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
("Do not give in to evil but proceed ever more boldly against it.")
-Virgil, Aeneid, vi, 95
None of their business....
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