This is a discussion on Virginia Restaurant ban repeal within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; If all goes well in the coming few days I will be joining you all up there. I hate the restaurant carry issues in VA. ...
If all goes well in the coming few days I will be joining you all up there. I hate the restaurant carry issues in VA. I am from PA and currently live in Texas both places it is a non-issue but my problem will be having to leave it in my car after I move to VA. I can not bring myself to open carry a firearm because of my job and the reputation that needs to stand behind my employer and myself.
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CONTACT KAINE and urge him to support this legislation, as bad as it is.
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I'm sorry guys, this is "sad"... when you think it's OK to have to notify the Mgr of a business that you are carrying a firearm concealed, when you can walk in with one on your hip in the open.
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Carrying while intoxicated is already a class-one misdemeanor for which one becomes ineligible to have a permit for five years. How is a prohibition against any drinking based on a threat of a conviction for a class three misdemeanor going to enhance that threat? Though two convictions of lesser misdemeanors can also make one ineligible.
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