See PNSPA vs Sequim - http://clallamcountybar.com/wp-conte...Wn_2d_3421.pdf
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the court held that the City of Sequim was acting in a private capacity when leasing out a city convention center to an association conducting a gun show within the premises belonging to Sequim. The court held that laws that apply to public parks, public meetings and other municipally owned premises and property are not the same as restrictions imposed on private parties per a city’s contractual relations with private parties.
AGO Opinion 2008-8 essentially states that the City of Federal Way’s conclusion that the City has the right “to decide as an owner how its property is used” would render the preemption statute meaningless. In the event civil litigation becomes necessary, attorney fees could be very high especially in the face of the unequivocal legal authority outlined herein.
As stated already, there are several jurisdictions within the State of Washington that are not presently complying with the preemption law and firearms owners are becoming very concerned that such callous indifference to state law may endanger the lives of Washington citizens in direct contravention of legislative intent!