I am always ready but to put a live round in while carrying.... Dumb
in my opinion. If you are in the situation, it's not hard to rack one in.
My opinion just being safe (I like my arse) lol
There is also a measure signed into law today that (with a few exceptions) no employer can restrict you from having a handgun locked in your car at work on your employers property. regardless of company policy or postings. However, this was just signed into law and I don't know about it until it has been tested in litigation when someones employer tries to challenge it.
You guys are right on the bill going into effect on July 1. I heard that on the evening news along with that idiot Paul Helmke (i.e. Brady Bunch) saying that there will be gun violence in work places now because of this bill that Mitch signed. Helmke, what a putts. About the having a round in the chamber thing, I never used to carry one in the chamber until my carry piece became one that has a firing pin block (drop safety). I put one in the chamber now - less to try to remember if I had to do a manual of arms under scary/stressful conditions.:biggrin:
Exactly true, in the regard of; "...less to try to remember if I had to do a manual of arms under scary/stressful conditions...."
God hope it never does, but should the need arise, I know that I am but a trigger pull away from saving my life, or the lives of others around me.
As to your first statement.........they always come out and say that. Every State that has had Concealed Carry and/or Open Carry passed has had to deal with, ...."It will be like the Wild West now! People will be shooting people over not using a turn signal now!"
Of course that hasn't happend. In States that pass CC and OC laws, crime goes DOWN. The Anti-Second Amendment crowd really hate to acknowledge that fact.
I'm a Tennessee resident and will be visiting Holiday World with my family in about two weeks. We'll be staying in Santa's Lodge I would like to carry into the park, however Holiday World's website lists this in their rules:
"No alcohol, weapons, knives or firearms allowed on premises."
If I carry concealed I know, if discovered, I may at least be asked to leave and might not be allowed to return. Will I be in violation of Indiana state law, or any local ordinances, if I do so?