jermflux wrote:Well, you could be arrested for anything at any time. Proving guilt is another matter entirely.Ok, so it has been decided that the Norfolk Scope is city property right? Well we all know at the entrance before going into the gun show there is an officer waiting to make sure your weopon is unloaded and they zip-tie the action to make it unusable. I have never met an officer with any attitude at all, they have always been courteous and accommodating. Now, with that being said, if you state you are on city property and that you will not disarm can you be arrested or denied entrance? This is just a theoretical question. I for one do not want to make a scene especially around such fellowship, but at the same time aren't we kinda doing exactly what we say we are fighting against? Seems almost hypocritical (myself included) for anyone to say give merit to Danbus but not apply the lessons learned by his plight.
Now if you intelligently state your assertion that you are lawfully carrying on city property, hopefully the officer will check into things before he takes action. May not happen that way, as we've seen from Dan's case. All we can do is hope for the best.