Proof that SB321 is not limited to CHL's

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Re: Proof that SB321 is not limited to CHL's

Postby speedsix » Mon Jul 25, 2011 9:30 pm

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txsmokeater wrote:I work for one of those companies. I know in the past law if you passed through a gate access point or guarded enterance, I could not leave a gun in my vehicle. I do park in a lot at my site; we don't actually drive into the plant. Does SB321 allow me now to keep it in my vehicle? I'm not a lawyer by any means and I want to make sure I understand all the legal talk. :bigear:

Is the parking lot open to the public? Is it inside of a secured and restricted area that's monitored?



...the plant is inside...the parking lot/garage/etc must be OUTSIDE the secured/restricted/monitored area...it's kinda confoosin!!!


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Re: Proof that SB321 is not limited to CHL's

Postby txsmokeater » Wed Jul 27, 2011 3:02 pm

speedsix wrote:.....the parking lot must be OUTSIDE the area that's secured and restricted and meets the three criteria...

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This is pretty much the law now. I pass by/get checked in by a guard, then drive to a parking lot. I then have to walk throught a card activated turn-stile. So I am actually in a "double" protected lot. Being as I'm only 6 miles from home, and I want to keep my job and NOT challange the HR team, I think I'll continue to leave my weapon at home, it's just no worth the hassle. I can see the companies making a big deal if you actually drove into the plant, but we don't at mine.
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Re: Proof that SB321 is not limited to CHL's

Postby C-dub » Wed Jul 27, 2011 8:52 pm

I thought it was pretty clear that it applied to CHLs and anyone else who could legally possess a gun or ammunition. Sounds like Mr. Redneck was either stirring up trouble or isn't as smart as he thinks.
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Re: Proof that SB321 is not limited to CHL's

Postby txsmokeater » Fri Jul 29, 2011 9:08 pm

C-dub wrote:I thought it was pretty clear that it applied to CHLs and anyone else who could legally possess a gun or ammunition. Sounds like Mr. Redneck was either stirring up trouble or isn't as smart as he thinks.


Are you referring to me?
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Re: Proof that SB321 is not limited to CHL's

Postby Skiprr » Fri Jul 29, 2011 10:17 pm

txsmokeater wrote:
C-dub wrote:I thought it was pretty clear that it applied to CHLs and anyone else who could legally possess a gun or ammunition. Sounds like Mr. Redneck was either stirring up trouble or isn't as smart as he thinks.

Are you referring to me?

Not to speak for C-dub, but no, he wasn't referring to you at all.

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Re: Proof that SB321 is not limited to CHL's

Postby txsmokeater » Mon Aug 01, 2011 4:10 pm

Thanks, I was wondering where that was coming from.
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