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    Went to ship some ammo at the UPS hub in Louisville yesterday. A large sign on the side of the building had "No concealed weapons allowed on premises per KRS 237.020".

    Now I just looked that up, and here's what it pertains to:

    "Right of Kentucky residents, out-of-state residents, and residents of other countries to buy firearms"

    And I thought the KRS quote at the movie theater was a dandy. This tops them all.

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    rofl ! Are you serious? I'm going to check out the Lexington hub to see if I can find a similar sign.

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    I've mentioned before that some banks and a smattering of shops in northern Kentucky have signs which warn to the effect of: "Pursuant to ORC 2926...."

    Yes that's right these places in Ky. are citing Ohio Revised Codein the attempt tokeep us armed good guys out.

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    These places must be run by crooked, decietful, profiteer businesses that the liberals are always telling us about.

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    That's hilarious!

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    Brian D. wrote:
    I've mentioned before that some banks and a smattering of shops in northern Kentucky have signs which warn to the effect of: "Pursuant to ORC 2926...."

    Yes that's right these places in Ky. are citing Ohio Revised Codein the attempt tokeep us armed good guys out.
    Wow where is this?? I'd love to discuss that one with a manager lol.

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    Ky. Soldier:

    Two that come to mind are 5/3 Bank branches in Bellevue and Newport. Also recall seeing the same thing at the thrift shop in Newport Shopping Plaza, but that was a while back.

    You'll get nowhere talking to anybody from 5/3 on the matter.Their reply will be some mix of outright lying and "We'll have to get back to you on that".


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    5/3 must blow.. I've walked into my localBank OF Kentucky branch OCing a few times without a word said to me.

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    Brian D. wrote:
    I've mentioned before that some banks and a smattering of shops in northern Kentucky have signs which warn to the effect of: "Pursuant to ORC 2926...."

    Yes that's right these places in Ky. are citing Ohio Revised Codein the attempt tokeep us armed good guys out.
    LOL. I live near the Texas/Arkansas line, and I saw one Arkansas business (literally on State Line Avenue, their front door was 60 feet from the border) post a Texas PC 30.06 notice.

    While it definitely met the Arkansas "clearly readable from 10 feet" rule, it didn't meet their language requirement. So, it didn't legally bar handgun carriers from either state.

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