FunkTrooper wrote:I have heard the guys at that store say the same thing about open carry. After that, I don't give them the time of day. They are clueless. Actually, I find that to be the case in most gun shops I have frequented over the years. Word of warning: They are not lawyers, nor are the police, nor am I.So my friend went to AK shooters supply and he and the owner (can't think of his name) started talking about gun laws the owner convinced my friend that you should only use the same defensive ammunition as the police and that their is a federal law prohibiting any form of carry into a bank.
My friend still doesn't believe me that there is no federal law banning guns in banks (even after I walked into my bank OCing to prove it)
Anyone else have similar problems?
But I can read.
This is the threadfrom thisforum where I argued with a concealed carry permit trainer here in Alaska about bank carry...
Some people will just never get it. FDIC is insurance. It doesn't make the bank a federal building. That's would be like saying that because I have home owners insurance, State Farm reallyownsmy house.
Lastly, I have never heard anyone make a compelling argument against bank carry. All they say it that "it is a federal law." "It's FDIC Insured..."
I always say, "Well, which Federal Law?" "Have fun trying to find it." FDIC is not a law, it's an insurance corporation.
Nobody usuallyresponds after that.