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    As I was in line. I realized my cc was in fact stll on my hip and I was at the post office. Our post office is in the back of a Pharmacy. I havent been in there for years. You have to stand in line to get to the workers window where they sell stamps and take your mail. My question is. If I'm in line out side the post office window am I a restricted area? The worker area is inclosed . There is a public area for P.O. boxes that you don't enter to access the stamp seller.

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    Good question..

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    i think you were AOK.... since you were not on post office property..
    you were in the store!
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    I'm sorry, what? Did you say conceal carry?

    Oh, I must have had something in my teeth.

    Did you say CONCEAL CARRY?
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