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Re: Head of Security

Postby Tiberius » Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:19 pm

djthomas wrote:
ashtabula wrote:If a university cop finds you armed on university property, they are not going to let it go and just tell you to leave.

They kind of have to, after optionally writing a minor misdemeanor citation.


Would the MM contain firearm violation wording similar to the watered down version of HB142, or just civil trespass? I'm not planning to find out, just curious
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Re: Head of Security

Postby djthomas » Wed Jan 10, 2018 3:23 pm

Tiberius wrote:Would the MM contain firearm violation wording similar to the watered down version of HB142, or just civil trespass? I'm not planning to find out, just curious

It's still carrying concealed weapons.
Never ask if you can carry at a non-posted place, but always ask why you cannot at one that is!
Just because they offer call ahead seating doesn't mean you call ahead for carry permission.
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Re: Head of Security

Postby rickt » Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:53 pm

rimfireOH wrote:The Cleveland Art Museum is NOT posted on their pretty, main-entrance, all-glass doors (that I've been able to see).


I haven't been there in about ten months but it is a CPZ. There is no standard "no guns" sign. However, on the far right of the main entrance is a large block of white text on glass with some rules. One rule is "no weapons".

Considering the stories we've read about bonehead CHLs causing negligent discharges in Wal-Marts and movie theaters, can you imagine the negative publicity if some CHL put a round through a Rembrandt or a Monet?
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