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    Is it legal to carry in Post Office? When I went to local PO, I didn't see any signs.

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    I stand corrected and have removed my previous post.

    I found this link and believe it explains the issue quite well. ( I don't necessarily like posting a link, but believe it answers the question better than I can)

    Read the response from RLWESQUIRE as I believe it puts the issue for CCers and OCers in proper perspective.

    http://rlwesquire.wordpress.com/2008...a-post-office/
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    A post office is a Federal Building, no guns are allowed at all! Just like a Veteran Administration office or any office the Federal Government pays for. Social Security etc.

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    Batman II wrote:
    A post office is a Federal Building, no guns are allowed at all! Just like a Veteran Administration office or any office the Federal Government pays for. Social Security etc.
    Rather absurd, when you consider the originally intended limited powers for the federal government.
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    The complete and utter truth can be challenged from every direction and it will always hold up. Accordingly there are few greater displays of illegitimacy than to attempt to impede free thought and communication.

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    This is an opinion onCC in apost officefrom a lawyer in an Ohio forum. It's a bit long so I'll just provide the url:

    http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/Conce...rude-awakening

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    That is exactly why laws should be written in English and not Greek. One statement says on thing, two lines later it contradicts what it just said. Leaves us laymen scratching our heads wondering (what did that say?) If we got rid of lawyers, and politicians, all laws would be written on two 8-1/2"x11" pieces of paper. As it is we have 10,000 laws against law abiding citizens wanting to own a gun for protection, which by the way criminals pay zero attention too. :banghead

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    Batman II wrote:
    That is exactly why laws should be written in English and not Greek. One statement says on thing, two lines later it contradicts what it just said. Leaves us laymen scratching our heads wondering (what did that say?) If we got rid of lawyers, and politicians, all laws would be written on two 8-1/2"x11" pieces of paper. As it is we have 10,000 laws against law abiding citizens wanting to own a gun for protection, which by the way criminals pay zero attention too. :banghead
    LOL, I agree. It's no wonder why my hair is gray, eyes blurry and my speech is slurred.

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