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Postby Allen M. » Sat Mar 02, 2002 3:36 am

An intersting thing about arrying in the workplace is that if a person, licensed that is, carries frequently, including back and forth to work, he definitely cannot leave it in the car.

Some places have tight security with guards and also rooms which are locked all day and only few select persons are permitted in them. To me it would be unthinkable to carry, even if conceiled. In other words, what is the reason to carry in the workplace for, to begin with????

To check the weapon with the guards on the way in and retrieve it on the way out may scare passersby. What's the use? What's the purpose?

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