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Offline kryptonian

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OC in theater
« on: April 10, 2011, 10:56:57 PM »
here's my question. OC in a theater with a CPL even tho it is a PFZ and covered under law as legal as OC regardless of seating capacity and you aren't asked to leave by managers but police are called - when sitting in your movie seat isn't that then considered concealed like a car seat and then subject to conceal restrictions?
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Offline CV67PAT

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Re: OC in theater
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2011, 11:07:55 PM »
Car seats are not concealed. That is part of transporting law.
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Re: OC in theater
« Reply #2 on: April 10, 2011, 11:11:21 PM »
here's my question. OC in a theater with a CPL even tho it is a PFZ and covered under law as legal as OC regardless of seating capacity and you aren't asked to leave by managers but police are called - when sitting in your movie seat isn't that then considered concealed like a car seat and then subject to conceal restrictions?

Sitting in a car seat. Concealed? :o

The only reason you need a CPL to Carry in a car is that the law states one "shall not carry concealed or otherwise" (or something very similar) in a vehicle without a valid CPL.

On the subject of sitting in a seat concealing the firearm, I believe that has been covered regarding booths in restaurants and the general consensus was that it was not concealing.
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