cynicist wrote:and anywhere (except your property) that you decide to carry concealed......As there has been all this talk about drinking and carrying recently, I thought I'd bring up something I found in the forfeiture section.
From my own judgement, the only places where a CPL is required is in a car while carrying loaded, in a stadium or convention center that has marked no weapons AND does not apply to CPL holders, or when dropping your kids off at school.RCW 9.41.098 Forfeiture of firearms — Disposition — Confiscation. (1) The superior courts and the courts of limited jurisdiction of the state may order forfeiture of a firearm which is proven to be: (e) In the possession of a person who is in any place in which a concealed pistol license is required, and who is under the influence of any drug or under the influence of intoxicating liquor, as defined in chapter 46.61 RCW;
Common sense says that courts all over have tried to confiscate guns found on drunks, but it doesn't mention "under circumstances" (concealment) that require a CPL, merely "in a place," which would mean the previously mentioned places, unless I missed some.
Is there any more to this?