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    My elected representative is having an end-of-year party with music and drinks and, of course, roasted pig. His flyer didn't clarify for the uninitiated that firearms must be carried openly, so I replied to his e-mail and Cc'd everyone on his list the following clarification:


    "Remember, alcohol is being served at this function, so in order to comply with § 18.2-308 J3 of the VirginiaCode all firearms must be carried openly. If you choose to carry please be responsible and refrain from imbibing."


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    OC-Glock19 wrote:
    My elected representative is having an end-of-year party with music and drinks and, of course, roasted pig. His flyer didn't clarify for the uninitiated that firearms must be carried openly, so I replied to his e-mail and Cc'd everyone on his list the following clarification:


    "Remember, alcohol is being served at this function, so in order to comply with § 18.2-308 J3 of the VirginiaCode all firearms must be carried openly. If you choose to carry please be responsible and refrain from imbibing."
    Only if it is being served in a restaurant or a club. If it is on non-restaurant or non-club property, then concealed is OK with a permit.

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    So that was you huh?

    I've asked before to use the BCC field instead so the email message hides the recipients, but they don't seem to listen.

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    eyesopened wrote:
    So that was you huh?

    I've asked before to use the BCC field instead so the email message hides the recipients, but they don't seem to listen.
    I HATE it when people don't BCC when e-mailing a large group. I figured that replying to allmight nudge them in the right direction.

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    OC-Glock19 wrote:
    My elected representative is having an end-of-year party with music and drinks and, of course, roasted pig. His flyer didn't clarify for the uninitiated that firearms must be carried openly, so I replied to his e-mail and Cc'd everyone on his list the following clarification:


    "Remember, alcohol is being served at this function, so in order to comply with § 18.2-308 J3 of the VirginiaCode all firearms must be carried openly. If you choose to carry please be responsible and refrain from imbibing."
    Only if it is being served in a restaurant or a club. If it is on non-restaurant or non-club property, then concealed is OK with a permit.
    Philip,

    The PDF flyer that was attached to the original e-mail states that the event is being held at the Oasis on the Occoquan, a restaurant with an ABC license. I should have included that information in my original post.

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    OC-Glock19 wrote:
    VCDL President wrote:
    OC-Glock19 wrote:
    My elected representative is having an end-of-year party with music and drinks and, of course, roasted pig. His flyer didn't clarify for the uninitiated that firearms must be carried openly, so I replied to his e-mail and Cc'd everyone on his list the following clarification:


    "Remember, alcohol is being served at this function, so in order to comply with § 18.2-308 J3 of the VirginiaCode all firearms must be carried openly. If you choose to carry please be responsible and refrain from imbibing."
    Only if it is being served in a restaurant or a club. If it is on non-restaurant or non-club property, then concealed is OK with a permit.
    Philip,

    The PDF flyer that was attached to the original e-mail states that the event is being held at the Oasis on the Occoquan, a restaurant with an ABC license. I should have included that information in my original post.
    OK - then open carry is definitely in order! :?

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    Should we turn this event into an open-carry get-together? :PHere's the flyer for the event. $50 for all-you-can-eat pig and watching the sponsoring committee turn blue sounds like a good deal to me.





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    OC-Glock19 wrote:
    Should we turn this event into an open-carry get-together?* :P*Here's the flyer for the event.* $50 for all-you-can-eat pig and watching the sponsoring committee turn blue sounds like a good deal to me.



    That would be priceless

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