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    OC at local fire dept building/property

    any known legal prohibitions against OC at local fire dept's? would like to visit a local political meeting that will take place at a fire dept in a small town in WNC. i attempted to ask the meeting planners but they never responded.

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    brutus1776:

    Unfortunately..., North Carolina Law 14-409.40(f) Allows Municipalities or Counties to..., Prohibit The Possession of Firearms in Public‑Owned Buildings, [and] on The Grounds or Parking Areas of those Buildings...,.

    Subsection (f) is an Exception to The General Applicaiton of Subsection (b) of that Particular General Statute.

    So..., it would Depend on whether or not The Political Subdivision that Owns or operates that Firearm Department has an Ordinance agaisnt that Practice.

    Absent The Ordinance though..., it would be Legal to take a Firearm to a Firearm Department in North Carolina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aadvark View Post
    brutus1776:

    Unfortunately..., North Carolina Law 14-409.40(f) Allows Municipalities or Counties to..., Prohibit The Possession of Firearms in Public‑Owned Buildings, [and] on The Grounds or Parking Areas of those Buildings...,.

    Subsection (f) is an Exception to The General Applicaiton of Subsection (b) of that Particular General Statute.

    So..., it would Depend on whether or not The Political Subdivision that Owns or operates that Firearm Department has an Ordinance agaisnt that Practice.

    Absent The Ordinance though..., it would be Legal to take a Firearm to a Firearm Department in North Carolina.

    aadvark


    Alternatively, if it is a volunteer fire dept, it is considered private property owned by the Fire Dept and they will determine what they allow.
    States donít have rights. People do.

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    City hall should be able to point you to any city codes that might be a problem. If it's a small town it's probably not on municode but you could check.

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