(note: got to love the "easily-obtained" propaganda they put in there.) Conceivably "lawful purpose" could be anything.Pennsylvania - State law does not clearly prohibit people from carrying hidden handguns into schools if they have an easily-obtained CCW permit. The law provides a defense for CCW permit holders to carry a gun into school "for lawful purpose."
Federal gov't owns a ton of property, more than any other entity in the world if I'm not mistaken, so hunting is permitted on a lot of their land. Only problem I see, is the law states "...in a Federal facility...". In a facility, on facility lands, like you said poorly worded."Subsection (a) shall not apply to - the lawful carrying of firearms or other dangerous weapons in a Federal facility incident to hunting or other lawful purposes.".
It seems clear to me. If I am legally carrying a concealed weapon and am properly licensed in my state, and I walk into a post office, I am lawfully carrying a firearm.the lawful carrying of firearms or other dangerous weapons in a Federal facility incident to hunting or other lawful purposes
And - they still let you in QK :biggrin:No Dogs Are Allowed In The Post Office!!!
I always thought that was odd I remember when I had my PA CCW (Before it was "shall"!), and I had to go the the Chester County Courthouse to renew every year. So, can't carry while renewing.P95Carry said:In PA we essentially have two prime no-no's - schools as per about everywhere, and courthouses. federal does also include state parks, I realize that too, but I have always carried everywhere else.