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    @CDW4ME , can't believe you found that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete63 View Post
    @CDW4ME , can't believe you found that!
    That one was obvious (easy), currently running due to resurrection.

    If one was inclined and looked back to about page 428 they could peruse threads from 2005.
    The question on mag springs is begging for replies.
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    Always interesting to see who replies without noticing the date.

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    I'm not inclined to disarm for a concert, game, (entertainment) and I ain't going on a plane or cruise.
    "Wouldn't want to or Nobody volunteer to" get shot by _____ is not indicative of quickly incapacitating.

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    Be careful of how you store your firearm in GOLFBAG!
    YOU DO NOT WANT THE GUN TO SHOOT YOUR BALLS !
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    I play at the GC that I work at. And employees can't carry on the property on or off the clock. So the firearm remains locked in the car.
    But if I was playing at another GC I would carry.
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    You are in Ohio that that will change my answer a bit since signs have force of law, if the property isn't posted go ahead and carry, if it is posted and you carry you will be breaking the law, not just violating a rule.
    Two laws I really don't like are giving signs force of law and requiring you to tell an officer if stopped that you are carrying and Ohio has both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thug23 View Post
    I don't mean to disrespect your question, I'm sure your being honest with it but these question about when and where to carry are getting out of control. (EX; Should I Carry In Church?)
    I have played golf for the better part of 20 years and I have been to the bar before and after playing and never once has there been a fight or argument that would warrant someone having to pull out a firearm to defend himself.
    Most people who golf have $$$ and most are non-violent in the first place with their expensive cloths, shoes, hats, clubs and all the other stuff you can buy to "make" yourself look like a pro.
    Leave the gun at home when you golf and think about taking a karate lesson or two if your that paranoid about the golf scene. Or better yet, go home after your round and stay away from the bar.

    I agree with a good bit of that

    Honestly, no matter if its golf, tennis, skiing, swimming or whatever... sometimes the attempt to incorporate a gun into the activity is just a little odd. If you are curious about CAN YOU do this or that, you may want to seek that information in your State Statute.
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    I don't know if the OP's 2009 question ever got answered, but what is now known as restaurant carry was approved in Ohio several years ago. As long as you aren't drinking and are licensed, carrying is legal in establishments which serve alcohol.

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