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    Employment Security Commission Office. State or City Buidling?

    So I'm going to the Employment Office tomorrow for a meeting with the VA Rep, he's looking at trying to place me in a good security position. And I was wondering if the building would be considered state or city owned? I don't believe I seen any no weapons signs. I hate going anywhere without carrying, I feel naked without it. But I'd rather not walk in there with it if it's someplace I shouldn't be carrying into lol.

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    Was just at the one in Asheville the other day. Sign right in the middle of the front door "NO FIREARMS" with the circle and line through it.

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    ESC building in Washington is posted as well. I think they all are, and justify t because they are "State buildings"...
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    From the ECS building near me. This would lead me to believe that open carry is okay. But if it's a state building, wouldn't that automatically mean that any type of carry is banned? Hmmm

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    That's why the sign at mine says "NO FIREARMS", they don't care how you carry them. You will have to look up the statutes to see what they say.
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    Actually, that sign says No Concealed Weapons

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    Probably a difference in county. Even the sign at City Hall says "NO WEPONS OF ANY KIND" with the gun and knife in hashed circles. It is a state building, I think I would do my homework before I just walked in armed. Just saying.

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    I completely agree. Same reason I didn't walk in this morning armed lol. I just wasn't sure if it was considered a state or city owned building. And the sign does cause a little confusion on the open carry end. Glad I just took the safe route with it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmySoldier22 View Post
    So I'm going to the Employment Office tomorrow for a meeting with the VA Rep, he's looking at trying to place me in a good security position. And I was wondering if the building would be considered state or city owned? I don't believe I seen any no weapons signs. I hate going anywhere without carrying, I feel naked without it. But I'd rather not walk in there with it if it's someplace I shouldn't be carrying into lol.
    ESC is state...i spent a year unemployed and know the places well but at the time I never paid attention to the signs. Hope you find a job soon...it was a very bad year for me when I was unemployed. I searched everyday and finally found something almost to the day I was laid off. It's a real bad feeling when Wal-Mart tells you that you are over qualified. I would have cleaned the restrooms at that point!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderjohn View Post
    It's a real bad feeling when Wal-Mart tells you that you are over qualified.
    It's a worse felling if Wal-Mart tells you you are under qualified.
    Walk softly and carry a large caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carry24/7 View Post
    It's a worse felling if Wal-Mart tells you you are under qualified.
    Lol. That'd feel horrible. Being told you're not even qualified enough to be a Wal-Mart greeter lol

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