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Discussion in 'Second Amendment & Legal' started by Mark Lishchynsky, Sep 13, 2020.
I avoid Seattle as much as possible.
I'm from up north. Never dreamed I'd live to see Seattle become it's own country!
I’m from south of Seattle. Tacoma to be exact. Compared to other WA cities, Seattle seems like a different country. For example Seattle vs Monroe, lol!!
Mount Vernon for myself...... Nice small agriculture community. The Pee stop on the way to Bellingham and the border.......
I hand these out at businesses that display signs.
As does everyone else. Most of that signage is meant for the employees. I saw those signs every day for 32 years and never gave it much thought.
As RevV pointed out, if you are going to carry a gun, you had best know all the laws that apply wherever you plan to carry. These days, there are too many extreme leftist, anti-gun prosecutors and judges. What you consider a minor infraction could put you in prison, or at the very least cause you to lose the right to carry. Post Office as a no-carry location is federal law and widely known. Are you really prepared to use the "no sign posted" defense, leaving your family without your income and being a convicted felon for the rest of your life?
There used to be a mall here with a Bass Pro Shops as an anchor. The mall had valid Texas 30.06 signs at all mall entrances, but Bass Pro Shops' own entrance did not. There also was not a sign as you exited BPS into the mall. Not sure what to do there, so I just avoided the mall. That shopping mall has since changed hands, and the 30.06 signs are gone.
Again, know all laws that apply to where you are going to carry a gun. Also, it's a great idea to have prepaid legal coverage. Remember, if you get charged with an unreasonable "gun crime" and tell us about it here, we'll all say, "That's a darned shame. We hate that." But you'll still be in jail.
Love Mat Best
So how do you get in a post office to mail a gun if none are allowed?
I always send mine back UPS, lol!