I am going to be attending a Panthers game this year and I wondered what the deal was for carrying there in the stadium?
The stadium is in NC, so you'll be out of luck.I am going to be attending a Panthers game this year and I wondered what the deal was for carrying there in the stadium?
Just out of curiosity, what does this have to do with the reason not to carry? I understand the part about the admission. Is the panthers stadium associated with any school?• Any public or private school building or bus, campus, grounds, recreation area, athletic fields or other property used or owned by an educational institution.
Good question, it appears to not be associated with a school.Just out of curiosity, what does this have to do with the reason not to carry? I understand the part about the admission. Is the panthers stadium associated with any school?
I'm not trying to make a point here, I'm just curious.
Hubadub;1390659It is illegal to cc anywhere an admission is charged even a movie theater.[/QUOTE said:That is pathetic, sounds like you have some work to do there. I know some of the theaters here can draw seedy crowds on the weekends, just one of the reasons I try and go during the week.
In North Carolina,it doesn`t matter about the stadium being associated with a school.It is illegal to cc anywhere an admission is charged even a movie theater.I`ve never really understood why but that`s the law here.
Yeah, further restriction of your right to keep and bear arms would be a good thing.It's kind of jacked up, and I know many of us would not have an issue with this, but have you ever noticed some of the people picking up CCW permits? You don't have to be a tactical expert or even have much self-awareness, you just have to be able to hit a shadow from 7 yards away and not have a history of felonies or violent crimes. It's almost a shame that we can't have an advanced CCW permit that requires actual training and that sort of thing so that we could be allowed to carry in trickier locations like this.
Yeah, further restriction of your right to keep and bear arms would be a good thing.
You already have to take a class to be allowed access to your RKBA. Your state has ridiculous restrictions on where and when you are allowed to exercise your RKBA. You're wishing for another class to exempt you from some of those ridiculous restrictions. You say you want additional training to be required. Another hoop to jump through. Further restriction.Would you care to explain how is it further restriction? If you don't take the extra course then you'd carry just like you do now. It's the exact same amount of restriction. If you take the hypothetical course, you would be able to carry in places like theaters. Maybe you aren't familiar with the fight NC put up against the CCW bill. I'm not saying that's okay, but the point is they aren't going to allow carry in places like theaters and universities without extensive training, if at all.
This would likely be a good place to start.If you have an idea as to how we can go about getting all of these (agreed, idiotic) restrictions removed, then please let me know
Work to remove politicians that oppose, or even just do not support, your cause....that is why all NC residents need to join Grassroots of NC. They are working hard to change some of our rediculous gun laws...