E10 wrote:But if I ignore the improper 30.06 signs, enter the building carrying my legal concealed handgun, and avoid the courtroom and associated offices as well as any meetings of governmental entities, what crime have I committed?
E10 wrote:I visited City Hall again just today. The 30.06 signs at the rear entrance aren't within specs - the letters are less than 1" high. I pointed this out to the unarmed security guards, and they just laughed. No active metal detectors today - only on City Council meeting days, I guess. I'm considering turning this into an avocation. Might even be fun, arguing with attorneys and politicians and such.
Dieseldave1 wrote:Last Sunday I attended a non-sporting event at the Dell Diamond (baseball team) in Round Rock, TX. As I approached the entrance, an appropriate 30.06 was posted. However, if there was no professional sporting event that day, is it legal to CCW?
email@example.com wrote:Has anyone tested the theory that the sign has to 30.06 compliant?
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:Has anyone tested the theory that the sign has to 30.06 compliant? It would seem to me that if a business owner does not want someone to carry a concealed handgun on his premesis he has the right to make that stipulation, no matter what kind of sign he posts. I have been an instructor for a few years now and I always tell my students that if there is any kind of sign at all they should not enter the premesis with a handgun, unless they would like to be a test case. We have already established on this forum that there are a lot of LEOs who do not know the law themselves. I do not have the time or money it would probably take to fight a case like this. Does anyone know if there is any case law on this? I have not been able to find any precedents.
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