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Thread: illegally concealed vs permissible carry

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    626.9(a) This section shall be known, and may be cited, as the
    Gun-Free School Zone Act of 1995.
    (c) Subdivision (b)  does not apply to the possession of a firearm
    under any of the following circumstances:
    (2) When the firearm is an unloaded pistol, revolver, or other
    firearm capable of being concealed on the person and is in a locked
    container OR within the locked trunk of a motor vehicle.
    So if one is to pick up their kid from school and he/she has an unloaded pistol
    inside his/her knapsack with the zipper secured with a lock - padlock, combination
    lock, etc., is it permissible carry?
    My apologies if this had been addressed before, I just can't find one.

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    Sounds good to me I cant say anymore than that cause I dont need my backpack searched every time i step on campus

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    Locked container = exemption from 626.9
    Participant in the Free State Project - "Liberty in Our Lifetime" -
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    Don't Tread On Me.

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    LastVeterans Day, I went with a Korea Vet to 4 local elementary schools to tell our tales, and try to communicate and educate about the wars we were in.

    First three schools were regular K-6public, the last was a private K-8 Catholic school.

    Firstpublic school was adament that no weapons of any nature would be brought to the school. They even hesitated about my wearing all myIBA and assorted gear, saying it would give the children the wrongimpression about war (Soldier in gear is a wrong impression about war...what?). Second school also was adament about weapons, but not about all my gear. Thirdpractically peed their pants when Itold them I could bring all my personal weaponry, battle gear, and facepaint.....nooooooooooooo, that would not be OK. The kids in these schools asked over and over where my gun was, and how many people did I kill. The Principal and teachers were rather sweaty nervous wrecks while we were talking to the classes.

    The Catholic school not only thought my gear was cool, but insisted that I bring my weapons and paint up. The teachers couldn't wait to get us in their classes, and the female Principal led me about by hand to all the classrooms. The kids went nuts with hundreds ofquestions....but not one asked about body counts. We have been invited to speak as often as we want.

    Go figure.

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    Bittersweet, Army!

    public schools = dumbing down and liberal/anti-gun

    private schools = great education and open mindedness

    No wonder so many parents want to pull their kids out of public school and get them into private/charter schools.

    I do not know of many public schools with a waiting list to get in, but I know of many private schools that do.

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