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Just had to tell someone...

I picked up my CCW License from the sheriffs office today. :D
 

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Where are you going to carry first???
I got my S&W 442 to carry...
 

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No WHERE are you going to carry. i carried at mr goodcents subs today.
I guess I need to read first...haha

I will start carrying it wherever I go now, where it is allowed. I would get fired for carrying it to work, so there goes that. can't even have it in the vehicle...
 

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No WHERE are you going to carry. i carried at mr goodcents subs today.
I guess I need to read first...haha

I will start carrying it wherever I go now, where it is allowed. I would get fired for carrying it to work, so there goes that. can't even have it in the vehicle...
Check the law where you are at, but in missouri and kansas your vehicle is private property. your employer in my state can not tell you legally that you can not have a firearm in your car. exceptions would be say if you worked on a military base. Also what your employer doesn't know, is not goping to hurt them.
 

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I can even have my gun or guns in my car at work in MI and I work for a k-12 School. In MI the parking lot is not considered part of the premises according to case law. I can also and have OCed at a K12 school with a CPL. In MI the CPL makes almost all of the CEZ's null. Of course you have to OC to gain this when in a CEZ!

I don't make a big deal about the fact that I do this but it is legal and there is no policy that applies to the teachers about weapons in their cars. The search law here also only applies to students. Teachers cars or other adults the police or school personel would need a warrent.
 

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Check the law where you are at, but in missouri and kansas your vehicle is private property. your employer in my state can not tell you legally that you can not have a firearm in your car. exceptions would be say if you worked on a military base. Also what your employer doesn't know, is not goping to hurt them.
It is supposed to be legal here to keep it in your car, but I don't want to risk losing a job as good as this one. I have seen people escorted out by security for much less. BTW. I work at a steel mill, I have seen people fired for not stopping before crossing railroad tracks....
 

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Going home to the wife at night is more important to me than following the rules of an organization bent on disarming me for the sake of their liability. My safety trumps their rules, IMO.....what they don't know won't hurt me, and if I ever have to use it, then I will gladly find another job, because I will be alive to do so.
 

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When is your company going to be in your car??? do they search vehicles often?? What they don't know, won't hurt them.
Yeah, they actually search the cars everyday. So I better not do that.
 
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