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Thread: Going to a park operated by city of Suffolk

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    Going to a park operated by city of Suffolk

    Would the park be under state exemption? Trying to clarify, because Google wasn't imforative. Suffolks website won't helpful either.

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    Re: Going to a park ran buy city of suffolk

    BTW, I didn't see nothing on posted signs or what I saw on the rules board.

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    Re: Going to a park ran buy city of suffolk

    I found the answer after more digging. Can this post be deleted?.

    Thanks.

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    What post?

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    I answer to both of your questions - YES.

    stay safe.

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    Re: Going to a park ran buy city of suffolk

    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    I answer to both of your questions - YES.

    stay safe.

    Finally! IBTL!

    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpguy View Post
    I found the answer after more digging. Can this post be deleted?.

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    So what answer did you find and where?

    Short correct answer - Suffolk cannot ban legal carry in city owned parks.
    http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp...0+cod+15.2-915
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    Re: Going to a park operated by city of Suffolk

    Quote Originally Posted by Grapeshot View Post
    So what answer did you find and where?

    Short correct answer - Suffolk cannot ban legal carry in city owned parks.
    http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp...0+cod+15.2-915
    I found it on the back of my Va. Pamphlet I carry. I guess I had a blond moment, and decided to re-read it, and there it was. I'm really considering making a excel file, with any known ordinances from my surrounding cities, having to do with any thing firearm related.

    Problem though is time. Spring is here, and that means busy time at the Cemetery, and Josh's coach pitch ball is ramping up.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mpguy View Post
    I found it on the back of my Va. Pamphlet I carry. I guess I had a blond moment, and decided to re-read it, and there it was. I'm really considering making a excel file, with any known ordinances from my surrounding cities, having to do with any thing firearm related.

    Problem though is time. Spring is here, and that means busy time at the Cemetery, and Josh's coach pitch ball is ramping up.
    There is a thread here already which seems to bounce back and forth from being "sticky" to "unsticky" more often than Peter Nap complains about P4P...

    This thread has a link to a google-hosted spreadsheet that has exactly what you are talking about setting up, information on which localities have illegal ordinances on the books, and other useful firearm-related information.

    I really can't figure out why that thread keeps getting "unstuck", it needs to stay stuck forever, for the very reasons you just experienced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFred View Post
    There is a thread here already which seems to bounce back and forth from being "sticky" to "unsticky" more often than Peter Nap complains about P4P...

    This thread has a link to a google-hosted spreadsheet that has exactly what you are talking about setting up, information on which localities have illegal ordinances on the books, and other useful firearm-related information.

    I really can't figure out why that thread keeps getting "unstuck", it needs to stay stuck forever, for the very reasons you just experienced.

    TFred
    Have stickied that thread again and added a note on the OP (post #1) to please leave the sticky in place.
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    You will not rise to the occasion; you will fall back on your level of training. Archilochus, 650 BC

    Old and treacherous will beat young and skilled every time. Yata hey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grapeshot View Post
    Have stickied that thread again and added a note on the OP (post #1) to please leave the sticky in place.
    Thanks! I know it doesn't get updated very often, but I did take the opportunity last night to update the spreadsheet with some changes that had been made since I last saw it. Maybe if it stays in view, people will think about it more often and update more frequently.

    Ultimately our goal is to have the entire spreadsheet reporting 100% compliance!

    TFred

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