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    Nothing big, just walking the dog. No encounters to speak of.
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    Congrats.

    Carry on!
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    Thanks!
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    Here is the rig I use. It's a cheap leg holster and a Glock 17. If the Nazis take it I'm only out $600.




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    Heading out for another walk with the dog and Glock.
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    i'd love to go for a walk. maybe to the gas station to get a mountain dew. but there is still some slight controversy as to whether or not my front door or garage door is in a school zone or not.

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    Hmmm. whats the radius?
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    oak1971 wrote:
    Hmmm. whats the radius?
    depends how you measure and who you talk to. believe it or not, i actually have the cops looking for a black and white answer on that right now, because so far i have 3 different answers.

    answer#1: i'm in school zone.

    answer#2: i'm not in school zone.

    answer#3: my front sidewalk is in school zone, but the rear overhead door of my garage door is not in a school zone.


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    scorpio_vette wrote:
    i'd love to go for a walk. maybe to the gas station to get a mountain dew. but there is still some slight controversy as to whether or not my front door or garage door is in a school zone or not.
    As long as you are on your property, you can carry anywhere on it (even if you live right next to a school). However, if you start walking on the road or sidewalk, you are now on public property, GFSZ. Use Google Earth and measure from the the outside of the school's property to find out.
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    I am 0.6 miles away from the nearest one here. Good to go. I just have to watch how far I walk in that direction.
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    protias wrote:
    As long as you are on your property, you can carry anywhere on it (even if you live right next to a school).* However, if you start walking on the road or sidewalk, you are now on public property, GFSZ.* Use Google Earth and measure from the the outside of the school's property to find out.
    i'm aware that it's ok on my property. but i still need to find out for 100% certainty about the property around me.

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    I have a question about carry on the condo property. Can the condo assoc stop me? I ask because when I walk out the door, I technically leave our private dwelling and walk on land owned by the condo assoc. Till I get to the public sidewalk.
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    Depends on how their rules are written.
    No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. Thomas Jefferson (1776)

    If you go into a store, with a gun, and rob it, you have forfeited your right to not get shot - Joe Deters, Hamilton County (Cincinnati) Prosecutor

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    Crap.
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    Don't worry, just go through a fine tooth comb and find out. I don't think they'd be able to prevent you from exercising your rights, but when it comes to condos, you never know.
    No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. Thomas Jefferson (1776)

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    Need to find a copy of the by laws.
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    scorpio_vette wrote:
    protias wrote:
    As long as you are on your property, you can carry anywhere on it (even if you live right next to a school). However, if you start walking on the road or sidewalk, you are now on public property, GFSZ. Use Google Earth and measure from the the outside of the school's property to find out.
    i'm aware that it's ok on my property. but i still need to find out for 100% certainty about the property around me.
    Which Cudahy school are you concerned with? I'll take a reading on it for you.



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    posted;Here is the rig I use. It's a cheap leg holster and a Glock 17. If the Nazis take it I'm only out $600.

    they are not nazis, they are luftwaffles.

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    I was also carrying in Kenosha today... no incidents to report as usual.

    Petco on Hwy 31

    Pier 1 Imports on Hwy 31

    Kohl's on Hwy 31

    Just empty holster at HuHot (they serve alcohol)... tried to go to Jalensky's but they were closed....

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    scorpio_vette wrote:
    protias wrote:
    As long as you are on your property, you can carry anywhere on it (even if you live right next to a school). However, if you start walking on the road or sidewalk, you are now on public property, GFSZ. Use Google Earth and measure from the the outside of the school's property to find out.
    i'm aware that it's ok on my property. but i still need to find out for 100% certainty about the property around me.
    I cobbled up a map of the 1000' GFSZ around the Cudahy HS... it's BIG. I can't seem to upload it because of the size (1.4MB) and my slow dialup connection. I will try another approach. The white line is the boundry as near as I can tell, but I make no guarantees to it's accuracy. It extends on the East all the way into the lake. As always, confirm with boots on the ground.

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    davegran wrote:
    scorpio_vette wrote:
    protias wrote:
    As long as you are on your property, you can carry anywhere on it (even if you live right next to a school).* However, if you start walking on the road or sidewalk, you are now on public property, GFSZ.* Use Google Earth and measure from the the outside of the school's property to find out.
    i'm aware that it's ok on my property. but i still need to find out for 100% certainty about the property around me.
    I cobbled up a map of the 1000' GFSZ around the Cudahy HS... it's BIG. I put it in an attachment because of the size (1.4MB). The white line is the boundry as near as I can tell, but I make no guarantees to it's accuracy. It extends on the East all the way into the lake. As always, confirm with boots on the ground.

    Dave
    link doesn't work.

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    oak1971 wrote:
    I have a question about carry on the condo property. Can the condo assoc stop me? I ask because when I walk out the door, I technically leave our private dwelling and walk on land owned by the condo assoc. Till I get to the public sidewalk.
    Like you stated, you need to check the bylaws/covenants. The condo (building) is considered private property and as such they can enforce most restrictions on firearms within their common areas. In your own condo, that's may be a different story, again, it matters what is in the written word.

    Assuming they do not prohibit inside your own condo, then it would be difficult for them to enforce a no gun policy in the common areas. They could enforce an "unloaded and encased" policy, but before we get all bent out of shape, see if you can't get an electronic version of the bylaws/contract and then just search for "firearm" or "gun."

    Read the fine print, and let us know what you learn....

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    scorpio_vette wrote:
    link doesn't work.
    Scorpio,
    My slow dialup connection is causing a problem with the opencarry forum software preventing me from uploading the picture. IM me your email, I'll send it to you and then you can post it; O.K.?

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    Remember: Don't make old People mad. We don't like being old in the first place, so it doesn't take much to piss us off.

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