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hi john, how about kicking these phone salespeople off our forums, they have all most taking over our forums, thank you.
who knows anything about the law pertaining to open carry in a liquor store.
gutshot II
There is no mention of liquor stores in the gun laws of Ky. It makes me ask what prompted this question?
gutshot II
A liquor store is private property just like any other private property. There is no specific "law" about guns in liquor stores. Of course, the owner may manage his property as he sees fit and prohibit any activity that he wants to prohibit.
Well not any activity he chooses. Can't prohibit certain groups of people from shopping there.

Can't tell a kentuckian they cannot be armed there. Of course they can use the old standby trespass law to violate the person's RTKABA, AFTER asking the armed person to leave and that request being refused.
Un-enroll me from this site please.

It is pointless to attempt to converse with mindless fanatics.

Do not post anything further to me.
Welcome to OCDO, Dr Lott. You bring a lot of practical, evidence-based information to the discussion. I hope you use this site to help disseminate your findings.
Oh my goodness!!! Is that you? I forgot your real name,,, But once you were,, Sylvia Plath??
Ive missed you and wondered from time to time how things might be working out for you.
please let me know....
Things have been great. Thought I would stop by, and see what this page is up to. Seems a bit quieter around here these days. Good to see you're still on here. Sara Mae
Stacie says that the flute repair guy is David Wilson. 434-242-0349 mobile. Office 434-975-1989. dgwrw@earthlink.net
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Am I asking a really dumb question here? It seems to me like our gun laws especially pertaining to schools have all kinds of gray areas and problems. Maybe it's just me.
Hi Doug good to heard from you. Know all about the elbow thing had the same injury to my left one a year ago took me many months to get over it.

I am still careful with it Just this morning I felt a twinge in it and backed off what I was doing.

I fully under stand the travel thing.

Hope your new instructor works out for you

Take care

Hi, this is Doug from Tomahawk. Sherry and I came up in June for some training from you. I tore some ligaments in my right elbow, so not shooting much but ready to start again. I also found a guy close by who does training so I think I will give him a try. It's a distance thing, I was more than pleased with the day and what you provided for us. If you need any referrals I would be happy to put in a good word for you! Holed up in Vegas right now waiting for traffic to die down to go into LA later tonight. I might come back if this guy isn't what I'm looking for. I know I mentioned October/September but probably not coming up now. Just so you know. Stay safe!

Doug and Sherry Baker
I have dual residency in North Georgia and Florida. Retired Law Enforcement with a Florida DL and CCW permit. My Florida DL shows my Ga.address. I use Florida as my primary residence since I go back and forth with abit more time there as here. My Question is do I have to get a Ga.CCW license or would reciprocity courtesy apply here. I also recently was denied permission to purchase a handgun because I didn't have a Ga.DL despite my Ga.address. I then was forced to wait 5 business days to pickup my weapon. I'm confused because my web search does not show anything about a waiting period. I am not sure what my Florida concealed permit allows for me. Is it allowed to have a Georgia Concealed Weapons permit, along with my Florida CCW permit also? I feel humiliated on my treatment as a 28yr vet law enforcement officer, having risked my life for the general public daily and yet I can't even buy a gun despite having a CCW from Florida.