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Posted by bossflossjr on 4/28 at 10:21 am to BlownderLSU
LA House passed carry in restrnt this past week.... Its not in law yet, not even 100% certain yet, but good stop.

Im 99.999% sure u cant carry on a property where an owner says no guns. Just dont give those folks business. Right now, its no restrnts, schools, churches, govt buildings. A few more.... Hopefully restrnts are clear in LA.



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Posted by KingRanch on 4/28 at 10:25 am to BlownderLSU
Did you borrow one for the shooting portion?


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Posted by oleyeller on 4/28 at 10:31 am to dawg23
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When you take that enhanced course, I think you'll find that you have been laboring under a misapprehension.


A location with a sign reading “carrying of a pistol or revolver is prohibited” is one of the locations listed in subsection (13); therefore, it is also not a violation of the concealed weapons statute for an endorsement permit holder to carry concealed weapons on county property, including the courthouse, which has such a sign posted on it.

Restrictions on Firearms

Do “No Gun Signs” Have the Force of Law?
“YES” (For Non Enhanced Permit Holders) "Regular ccl"
“NO” For Enhanced Permit Holders. "with enhanced"


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Posted by ZacAttack on 4/28 at 10:45 am to oleyeller
That says county property. Businesses are private property, if an owner puts a sign up saying no weapons, it means no weapons.


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Posted by chackbay on 4/28 at 10:49 am to ZacAttack
been 3 months since i submitted mine.


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Posted by oleyeller on 4/28 at 10:55 am to ZacAttack
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That says county property. Businesses are private property, if an owner puts a sign up saying no weapons, it means no weapons.


the deal is with an enhanced if i carry in a private business and i have enhanced they can come ask me to leave.. if i do not "trespassing". if i do not have enhanced and carry into a private business with sign and they catch me its real trouble.



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Posted by shutterspeed on 4/28 at 11:08 am to oleyeller
What part of MS are you in, oleyeller? I took the SafeFireShooting introductory course in Forest, and it was pretty good. Bonus: The instructor will let you shoot, like, 10 of his guns for an extra $30 afterward.


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Posted by oleyeller on 4/28 at 11:10 am to shutterspeed
columbia area "bout 30 min from hburg"


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Posted by Uncle JackD on 4/28 at 4:35 pm to oleyeller
Just got done taking my course


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Posted by shutterspeed on 4/28 at 5:15 pm to oleyeller
You're not far from me then. Thought it was worth the drive up to Forest for the course. I look forward to taking their next two NRA classes.

BTW, have you found a range nearby? Insanity that Hburg doesn't have at least one indoor range (or even a single outdoor range for that matter).


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Posted by oleyeller on 4/28 at 5:39 pm to shutterspeed
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BTW, have you found a range nearby? Insanity that Hburg doesn't have at least one indoor range (or even a single outdoor range for that matter).


i dont know of any man, not really ever looked. i live out in the country and have family woods/fields i just normally shoot off my front porch across the field at targets when i set some up



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Posted by highcotton2 on 4/28 at 5:42 pm to oleyeller
In Alabama it is a common misconception that a permit holder cannot carry on school grounds. I had two sheriffs tell me this was the case but in Hunstville a few years ago a college student with a concealed carry left a pistol in a backpack at his brothers highschool sporting event. When the principal was notified he said that the guy would be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. When the county attorney started researching it he found out rather quickly that it was not illegal in Alabama.



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Posted by dawg23 on 4/28 at 9:03 pm to bossflossjr
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LA House passed carry in restrnt this past week.... Its not in law yet, not even 100% certain yet, but good stop.
Right now, its no restrnts, schools, churches, govt buildings. A few more.... Hopefully restrnts are clear in LA.


I'm really not sure where stuff like this originates ---------- probably in local newspapers. It is currently legal (and has been for years) in Louisiana to carry in restaurants if you have a Concealed Handgun Permit .


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Posted by Dpizz450 on 4/28 at 10:28 pm to dawg23
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I'm really not sure where stuff like this originates ---------- probably in local newspapers. It is currently legal (and has been for years) in Louisiana to carry in restaurants if you have a Concealed Handgun Permit .


Yep. It's a different type of license than a bar because more than 50% of their income comes from food, not alcohol. Restaurants are good to go. Bars are a no go for CC.


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Posted by BlownderLSU on 4/28 at 11:08 pm to KingRanch
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Did you borrow one for the shooting portion?


Yes, S&W M&P 40. Wasn't crazy about it. Would have used my GFs .38 Spcl but they said if you train with revolver that is all you can carry. So I paid to rent semi.

I know, I need one.



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Posted by Interception on 4/29 at 12:36 am to Uncle JackD
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Just got done taking my course


Congrats, I am taking a course in May.




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Posted by Blue Velvet on 4/29 at 12:38 am to BlownderLSU
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they said if you train with revolver that is all you can carry
Sad



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Posted by Uncle JackD on 4/29 at 8:03 am to Dpizz450
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I'm really not sure where stuff like this originates ---------- probably in local newspapers. It is currently legal (and has been for years) in Louisiana to carry in restaurants if you have a Concealed Handgun Permit .
I was told in my class yesterday that if the restaurant sells alcohol, you are not allowed to carry. But he said that would be changing with the new bill.


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Posted by oleyeller on 4/29 at 8:11 am to Blue Velvet
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quote: they said if you train with revolver that is all you can carry


in mississipppi? really? i hadn heard this..i know some that trained with a 22 just because it was cheaper to shoot but they are not reatricted to a 22



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Posted by MrCoachKlein on 4/29 at 8:17 am to oleyeller
I'm pumped for you, taking mine this summer


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