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by ScottDLS
Tue Mar 21, 2017 8:57 am
Forum: General Legislative Discussions
Topic: Businesses Posting 30.06/07 Should Provide Safe Storage
Replies: 24
Views: 2065

Re: Businesses Posting 30.06/07 Should Provide Safe Storage

I see 30.06 like a dress code for underwear that is not visible. I think it's ridiculous that there's a criminal penalty for violating it (unless you're a cop, or an employee in your car). But nobody asked me so there is. Property owners should have no input over whether I wear boxers or briefs. :biggrinjester:
by ScottDLS
Sun Mar 19, 2017 4:19 pm
Forum: General Legislative Discussions
Topic: Businesses Posting 30.06/07 Should Provide Safe Storage
Replies: 24
Views: 2065

Re: Businesses Posting 30.06/07 Should Provide Safe Storage

Sport Coach wrote:Sounds like a logistic problem if nothing else. Just don't patronize. The below is not criticism of the OP but what my brain thought might realistically happen.

Business owner: Just throw it in the open safe with the rest of them.
Business owner: Oh, just use our individual lockers that we've purchased and installed for many thousand dollars. Oh, and please return the key when you're done since a few of them are missing.
Business owner: Please read the fine print that if you don't return to pick up your firearm within an undisclosed time frame it will be donated to our favorite charity, ourselves.
Business owner: Oh, it appears that your firearm was registered many years ago to a person who is a felon. We'll assume that's you and give it to the local authorities.
There are states where government buildings that are off limits (i.e. courthouses) are required to provide lockers. I kind of like that. As for private businesses I'd prefer that they just eliminate the penalty for 30.06 violations, but that's not gonna happen.

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