Thats how we talk up here profiler..jk. hahaha I didnt even notice it.profiler999 said:they need to check their grammar. It should be "authorize" not "authorized"
HMM, Good point. Maybe their sign would'nt hold up in court if you were caught carry legal.BigMikeFromOlemiss said:The laws says the sign must say "carrying of a pistol or revolver is prohibited."
I fail to see how that qualifies as "luck" or were you at the hospital to have that hideous thing removedBigMikeFromOlemiss said:
:lol3: :lol3: :lol3:crossedcannons45 said:I fail to see how that qualifies as "luck" or were you at the hospital to have that hideous thing removedBigMikeFromOlemiss said:
That is just bass ackwards. I can't think of many safer places than a building full of armed vets. It makes my blood boil how vets are treated sometimes, especially in regards to guns. Thank you to all of the vets and support personel reading this for your service. More respect is deserved. :sf:SilentHitz said:All depends on the hospital i guess. Don't work that way at the VA, of course it's a govt. hospital. Used to get fined, and it was up to the judge as to whether you got your weapon returned.
Now you get fined, and do NOT get it back...ever. I get checked with the "majic wand" even before i reach the metal detector, ( don't ask lol). It's actually the only place I have to go, that I reluctantly leave a weapon in my vehicle. I never do that anywhere else.
I would get a purse/handbag with a built-in holster. If your a doctor/nurse, they wouldnt search you unless they had a metal detector.remgirl said:Seems really unfair to me, I don't feel unsafe finishing a clinical here after nights but I've heard stories from people in the US. Criminals target hospitals because they know women cannot carry there and well might as well just write "Unarmed rape me" on my forehead.