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    My goal is to build a list or chart that shows where you cant OC, where you cant CC, and where you require a CPL for OC/CC. I had asked about this before and got some information, so I plugged that data in. I need info on schools/colleges, government building like post office, parks/playgrounds, and whatever else you might know about. What about a place with a "no weapons" or "no guns" sign? Is that no guns period even if CPL/CC?


    This is my general idea...



    I do not have CPL, I want to CC
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    -No where is legal.
    (What about inside your home? Or outside, on your own property?)




    I do not have CPL, I want to OC
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    -A depository financial institution or a subsidiary or affiliate of a depository financial institution.
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    A church or other house of religious worship.
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    A court.
    -A theater.
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    A sports arena.
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    A day care center.
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    A hospital.
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    An establishment licensed under the Michigan liquor control act.
    *Any place with a liquor license (bar/store/restaurant/clubhouse, anywhere that can sell or serve)
    -In vehicle. (*Can transport in case, locked away/out of reach, unloaded, must not be accessible)





    I have a CPL, I want to CC
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    Where can you NOT CC even with a CPL?

    -A church or other house of religious worship.
    -A court.
    -A sports arena.
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    A day care center.
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    A hospital.
    -An establishment licensed under the Michigan liquor control act that makes the majority of its income from the sale of liquor in an open container. (such as a bar, or even a restaurant that happens to sell a lot of drinks. NOT a store that only sells packaged liquor)



    I have a CPL, I want to OC
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    Where can you NOT OC even with a CPL?

    -A court.



    Required OC, CC not allowed -still requires CPL
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    Where MUST you OC as CC is not allowed?

    -A church or other house of religious worship.
    -A sports arena.
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    A day care center.
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    A hospital.
    -An establishment licensed under the Michigan liquor control act that makes the majority of its income from the sale of liquor in an open container. (such as a bar, or even a restaurant that happens to sell a lot of drinks. NOT a store that only sells packaged liquor)




    I thought this would be a good idea. I have not taken a CPL class yet, and despite being a relatively smart guy my brain turns to mush when I try to read law. This chart is to help me and everyone else from messing up with all these crackpot rules. Help me out if you think it's a good idea. If you think it's not worth it... I guess the post will just get berried. Thanks.

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    I must have missed your first post on this. It's a good idea for a quick reference guide to multiple situations. I'll see if I can work up a spread sheet for it and go from there.

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    A list like this is a GREAT idea. Kind of cuts through everything and gets right to business.

    Don't forget Federal property is off limits.

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    I just about have it done. Should I post it in pdf format for easier download? Also if I have made any errors or need to add some info, let me know so I can change it. I don't know why we never thought of this before.....can't see the forest for the trees I guess.

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    Yes PDF is more likely to load the same across multiple platforms.
    Anything I post may be my opinion and not the law... you are responsible to do your own verification.

    Blackstone (1753-1765) maintains that "the law holds that it is better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer."

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    Look it over and let me know. I have to leave for a while, I'll check back in later.



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    You CAN CC in a church or other house of worship IF you have permission from the person able to give permission. (some churches its pastor, others is deacon. Don't know about other religions)


    Edit To Add: That is CPL of course

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    As mentioned you need to provide the permission exemptions for both OC and of couurse CC with a licence if providing security for any of the non-CC places.

    And of course you can CC on your own property.
    An Amazon best seller "MY PARENTS OPEN CARRY" http://www.myparentsopencarry.com/

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    WARCHILD wrote:
    Look it over and let me know. I have to leave for a while, I'll check back in later.

    There needs to be a distinction on places with a liquor license. You CAN CPL CC in walmart, grocery store, or even liquor store that sells nothing but alcohol because sales are not by the open glass. You CAN NOT CC and MUST OC in a place that makes the majority of its money from open glass alcohol (a bar or restaurant that sells lots of drinks and not much food). Please correct me if I'm wrong.

    Also, with the Y or N listing way you have it, the same places should be listed under each heading and in the same order. Otherwise it looks great, thanks a bunch.


    Oh, as for places where you CAN OC or CC if you get permission, they should be listed as No by default because normally you cant... you have to get special permission first.

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    I didn't list those as a specific permission exemption. I wanted to keep it plain and simple for the novice to understand. Those who are in security know their own special circumstances while armed.

    Any further corrections before I update and re-post the file?

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    Ok, how do I get the other pdf deleted, edit won't let me?


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    WARCHILD wrote:
    I didn't list those as a specific permission exemption. I wanted to keep it plain and simple for the novice to understand. Those who are in security know their own special circumstances while armed.

    Any further corrections before I update and re-post the file?
    I mentioned a couple things just above your post and now thought of a couple more.

    Any info on colleges?

    You said NO on all federal properties but I thought you could do something in federal parks. Different for state parks? What about the local playground/nature walk area?

    A qustion on theater/arena. NO CC period, and only CPL OC if capacity is under 2500? No carry at all if over 2500?

    A place with a "no weapons" sign, like a mall usually will have. No carry period? The bay city mall has stores selling swords and a dunhams with guns, but you cant carry?

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    Can u conceal carry in a bank with a cpl

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    A bank, yes.

    A Credit Union, yes.

    A FEDERAL bank, no.


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    Ok, here you go....if I keep adding any more, we will have a book. I tried to keep it short and simple.

    Updated chart..........

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    As you can see from reading these post the issue is not simple and is why MOC, Inc. hasn't created this type of document...too many exemption, exceptions, and nuance's to answer with a yes or no.

    That doesn't mean not to try. If someone comes up with a concise and accurate document MOC, Inc would be happy to use it.
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    WARCHILD wrote:
    Ok, here you go....if I keep adding any more, we will have a book. I tried to keep it short and simple.

    Updated chart..........
    It's looking great. The "Y" is in the wrong column for CC W/CPL church with permission.

    Also under CC W/CPL and OC W/CPL the liquor licensed place still needs to be clarified. Maybe it should be listed with 2 subcategories...

    CC W/CPL
    Any establishment licensed by the Mich liquor act
    -Majority of income from open glass liquor sales "N"
    -Majority of income from any other sales "Y"

    OC W/CPL
    Any establishment licensed by the Mich liquor act
    -Majority of income from open glass liquor sales "Y"
    -Majority of income from any other sales "Y"

    I know you're trying to keep it to one page but the liquor stuff is important. I accidentally carried where I wasn't allowed a couple times and could have gotten in big trouble.

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    @qqq1and WARCHILD

    THANK YOU!!! Its about time somebody did this.

    Like you, my head turns to mush when I try to figure this stuff out. Ive tried before.

    Can this be a sticky?

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    So, I can OC w/o a CPL in a kroger or meijers that sell alcohol? sorry.

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    NO!!!..... look at the chart. NO CPL...no place with liquor license.

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    Final chart, also with the master excell spreadsheet. This will have to do to consolidate the info the best we can.
    Great Idea... wish I would have thought of it.

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    One thing to point out.

    If I am at Great Lakes Crossing mall for instance, There are some restaraunts which sell alcohol, am I ok to be in the mall? Or do I have to simply stay out of the restaraunts?

    I was OC w/o CPL yesterday, and spoke in person with head of security and Auburn Hills police, they saw no problem, and told me that as ling as no one complained, they would not bother me. If so, it would be dealt with on a case by case basis, and if I had a CPL they would ask me only to cover. I dont know if this is actually the law.

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    Sorry, it won't let me post the Excell sheet... format error.

    So make do with what we have here. I hope this helps y'all a little.
    Just wish I would have thought of it.

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    Jerry, I think you have this worded wrong or you meant an answer Yes (Y) to the question? Answer you gave is N (No)


    Any business posted: No weapons or firearms.


    Violation of this posting could result in a trespass

    charge if you refuse to leave the premises.



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    Take off you dyslexic glasses....

    (can I carry) Any business posted: No weapons or firearms.... N

    See....:P



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