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Old 05-21-2019, 4:24 PM
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Default questions about legally storing when visiting a school campus

I am sure it has been asked and answered many times over and I'm sorry for asking again but I have to visit a school tomorrow and need a fast, clear and current answer.

I have to visit a public school. I want to make sure I am following the rules 100%. The school has police and I don't want issues of any kind.

As long as my edc is unloaded and stored in my vehicle safe with the ammo I am legal as far as the law is concerned right? Does my edc have to be unloaded and locked in the vehicle safe with my ammo before I get to the parking lot? Can I do it once I arrive? Anything I should know?

I don't have school aged kids so I haven't kept up on this very well. Thanks.
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Old 05-21-2019, 4:39 PM
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I am sure it has been asked and answered many times over and I'm sorry for asking again but I have to visit a school tomorrow and need a fast, clear and current answer.

I have to visit a public school. I want to make sure I am following the rules 100%. The school has police and I don't want issues of any kind.

As long as my edc is unloaded and stored in my vehicle safe with the ammo I am legal as far as the law is concerned right? Does my edc have to be unloaded and locked in the vehicle safe with my ammo before I get to the parking lot? Can I do it once I arrive? Anything I should know?

I don't have school aged kids so I haven't kept up on this very well. Thanks.
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Gun must be unloaded and both ammo and gun locked in the trunk or in a locked container, BEFORE you get onto school grounds.
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Gun must be unloaded and both ammo ad gun locked in the trunk or in a locked container, BEFORE you get onto school grounds.
Perfect. I can do that.

I was just rereading SB707 a minute ago. Seems pretty straight forward.
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