DanM wrote:Before our life-saving, CPL laws (28.425o) came along I would say yes. Now, due to Section 5o, I'm not sure if that's still the case. IOW, before Sec 5o, a non-CPL holder with the permission of owner/agent could OC or CC in the shop per the statue. Now, due to Sec 5o, I think the non-CPL holdermay only OC.Taken from opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum30/11799-77.html
Isn't a barber shop private property and can't you carry concealed on private property without a CPL, as long as you are the owner or have the owner's or his/her agent's consent?the500kid wrote:I am not a lawyer, but if you choose to OC at a barber shop without a CPL, I would strongly recommend that the apron does not cover your gun.. . .being covered by the barber apron [might be a bad idea]. I don't have a CPL.
If so,can't you open carry into a barber shop and if your barber sees it andcovers you with an apron, isn't thatimplied consent to your concealed carryby the owner/agent?
I kinda look at it as if we were discussing lawful places to OC for CPL holders. Section 234d, now, onlyallows CPL holders to only OC in the listed places (a)-->(h) due to Section 5o prohibiting CC in those areas for license holders. I do believe that CPL holders with permission from owner/agent may CC in those listed places.
God, I hope that makes sense. I'd really like to be wrong here.