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Old 10-12-2012, 17:46   #1
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COMPLIANCE: Banks and “concealed carry” laws
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Old 10-12-2012, 18:38   #2
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I have a problem with some of her comments. In the third to the last answer she states:

"Other states stress that permit holders should inform police officers that they are carrying legally in order to prevent an unwarranted arrest for illegal carry, but are not required to do so." (I've added the italics for emphasis.)

Since when will the police take the opinion of a citizen that they're carrying legally in order to prevent an unwarranted arrest? Does she really think that informing them will prevent an unwarranted arrest?

So, if you have a permit and it's not illegal to carry in a bank where you are and you don't inform the police they can arrest you? (depending on where you live)

I think it would be wise to show the police your permit then, they'll sort it out.

Her answer doesn't sound well thought out.

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Old 10-14-2012, 05:31   #3
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That's an understatement. She generally has no idea what she's talking about. And whether they carry the force of law or not (I've lived in both kinds of states), I don't think I've ever seen a "no guns" sign on any bank anywhere.
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