So i was in my bank today making a withdrawal...new month means new bills to pay and I am OC'ing like i've done the other 50 some odd times i've been there.
Well...today while i am making my withdrawal a gentleman comes up to me and says:
"excuse me sir, you are not allowed to have that firearm in here"
To which i asked if that was bank policy or law. He replies:
"We are a federally backed institution and therefore we are a federal building" ergo its federal law.
I asked him how I should go about protecting myself when i withdraw large amounts of money...this is the kicker because he replies:
"Just like every other customer who comes in here"
So basically he wants me back to the herdwith all the othergood lil sheeple.The funniest part is that this bank was robbed about 2 months ago. It wasn't in the news butI know it was because I came to make a depositthe same day and the police were there and the bank was closed.
He started walking away and I asked him who he was, hegave mehis card and he turns out to be the Chief OperationsOfficerfor the bank. That was a surprise.Ifigured if I am in the wrong than I won't carry there anymore but if I'm not than I plan on writing a letter to the COO and telling himthat he mispoke and that I plan on continuing to carry while in his bankunlesshe would like me to take my business elsewhere.
So any citation about whether carrying in a bank is illegal?