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    I have another question guys: I was planning on going to the cemetary to see my brother, but I realized it is the Veteran's Memorial Cemetary near Holly. Now given the laws against carry on Federal property, am I allowed to carry in such places as i.e. VA cemetary, hall, etc. Or does it prohibit on ALL Federal property?

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    I don't believe you can carry at the VA. Don't know the law so don't quote me on that. I did read a thread last year from a guy who got caught with ammo in his pocket and they searched his car finding his gun.

    Don't know what the laws say though.

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    WARCHILD wrote:
    I have another question guys: I was planning on going to the cemetary to see my brother, but I realized it is the Veteran's Memorial Cemetary near Holly. Now given the laws against carry on Federal property, am I allowed to carry in such places as i.e. VA cemetary, hall, etc. Or does it prohibit on ALL Federal property?

    I know Jerry, it's a little late for this post but....

    http://vlex.com/vid/19775619

    In pertinent part;

    (13) Weapons and explosives. No person while on property shall carry firearms, other dangerous or deadly weapons, or explosives, either openly or concealed, except for official purposes.


    There's that "...except for offical purposes" thing again.

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    Springer: Thanks for your efforts. I opted for safe instead of citation. I left it at home just in case. I do appreciate you research. It answered my question.

    Thanks, Jerry

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