My son's teacher found out during a discussion that I have a collection of WWII firearms. The class is currently studying WWII in History. She has requested that I bring in the firearms to show her class and give a short presentation on them. She was ignorant of the school zone law and didn't realize it existed. I told her about it and also told her that she had to get permission from the principal before I would even consider it. The principal is a friend of mine and I have little or no doubt he would allow the presentation to take place. I am guessing he would want to see it, too.
Am I opening myself up to a felony charge? Is there anyone that can give me permission me to uncase the firearms on school premises, such as local LEO?
I know this would be an interesting test case to fight this stupid law, but I am not interested in being a test case right now.
I also realize that to be perfectly isolated from any possibility of charges, I should just tell the teacher, "No", and be done with it, but some of the most important lessons of WWII could be brought to the surface during this presentation and I would love to do it.