Castle Rock (CO) to allow open-carry of guns in public buildings, parks

Castle Rock (CO) to allow open-carry of guns in public buildings, parks

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    Castle Rock (CO) to allow open-carry of guns in public buildings, parks

    It is now legal to open carry a firearm in public buildings and parks around Castle Rock.

    The Castle Rock Town Council heard several hours of public comment for the second week in a row concerning the repeal of the firearm open-carry ban before its vote.

    Shortly before 11 p.m., council voted 4-3 to repeal the ban.

    The three opposed were councilmen Clark Hammelman, Chip Wilson and Mark Heath.

    "My point-of-view is to restore the constitutional rights to the people of Castle Rock," said Mayor Paul Donahue.

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    I rarely open carry and I frequent Castle Rock even less, but it's good to see pro-gun/-2A rulings in this state.
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    That leaves Denver, Denver County, and Breckenridge.

    Roll 'em back!


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    Yep, sounds like the people are taking back what was previously taken away.
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    I am a Castle Rock resident. I however do not typically open carry. I conceal carry everyday. I actually took a picture of the city building in question and sent it to RMGO. They were not in compliance for state law because the sign implied that the ban included conceal carry. They changed the sign back then, in 2009 or so.

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