UtahJarhead wrote:Don't ask , don't tell. how would they know unless you told them.As we all know, carrying firearms of ANY kind through the US Post office is illegal, concealed, open, anything. I asked the post office today what the rules were regarding the storage of firearms in vehicles. There was a story a few months back of a post office employee that was prosecuted because his firearm was locked in his vehicle while he was inside the building.
The post office's stance according to the employees I spoke with said there is no parking lot restriction for customers since we can only park on the public portions of the lots. He said locked in the vehicle is just fine as long as it doesn't come into the building with you. Neither I nor him are lawyers, but those are his words as he was told them as part of his employment.
This employee also stated that US Post Offices employees could *NOT* carry in their vehicles, even if it's on the public lot.