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  1. bzinger

    bzinger Road Train Member

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    hey sheepdog and hurst ....fug em ! ... most people here arnt angels even tho they pretend to be ...i like about 99% of people did things in my younger days im not proud of .
     
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  3. bzinger

    bzinger Road Train Member

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    its truckin not the vatican ,
     
  4. BigKid2

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    US Steel does not make the decision on what you would be charged with that would be the county prosecutors job and they would know they will not get a conviction on that so they would not do it. Just because they could pay to have that printed on a sign does not mean it is true.
     
  5. skateboardman

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    yes there is not guard when you first come onto fort stewart but there were guards at the truck gate and the other gates where the motor pools etc are I do believe, you can actually ride about 20 miles to I-16 and about 20 miles almost to i95.

    you do know at some bases even kitchen knives( for those that cook in the truck ) are considered weapons, some bases like Norfolk where they have nuclear ships you can even take a laptop with you.

    I listed some of those bases where security is a bit more tight, you can take it or leave it. most military bases frown upon weapons on the base, its best to be upfront about it on military installation. or simply don't take loads to places that frown upon such. sometimes according to circumstances , security is tighter than normal. I have hauled many many military loads, just trying to help you avoid trouble in the future. its the same as guys that take loads into places where pets aren't allowed, then get pissed when they wont let their dog on the property.

    you can cop an attitude if you want, but taking your firearm onto military installations is risky, its best to be upfront about it.

    now that being said , did you ever encounter a guard at any gate on fort stewart, at the truck gate perhaps??
     
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  6. skateboardman

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    I wonder if us steel has enough money to possibly have had all that checked out before they put up the signs?
     
  7. BigKid2

    BigKid2 Road Train Member

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    I am sure they just think truck drivers are dumb enough to believe anything they put up.
     
  8. glockwise

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    Maybe you should have used a couple of those driving years on the front lines, bring food, fuel, and munitions to the very people who defend your 1st amendment right to bash the 2nd. Maybe then your needs would be different. (Not intended to be rude, just reminding you that sometimes when you try and walk in someone else's shoes, they don't fit.)

    Also a note on ccw's. They are issued by the states. And as noted above, and elsewhere, are reciprocated between a number of states. However, military bases are under military law, not state law. Federal buildings and federal prisons are under federal law. There is no military ccw and no matter where you read it or who told you they had one, there is no federal ccw. That is why you can not carry onto a military installation. Your license to carry is not recognized.

    As for private property...I'm not an expert by any means, but I know my states rules for ccw holders. And that is you can not carry onto private property where there is signage posted no weapons (among other rules). The ccw doesn't give you the absolute right to carry. It gives you the right to carry when not prohibited by law or property owner.
     
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  9. Terry270

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    And even then you can be asked to leave but there are no legal repercussions(at least in KY it may be different in other states)
     
  10. skateboardman

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    ok, glockwise. I happen to have graduated from the us army infantry school at fort benning Georgia, in 1976 and then was assigned as a mortarman with E troop 2/2 armored calvary regiment in bamburg, germany I spent quite a bit of time guarding the east- west german border, 4 years and then started driving when I got out in late 1979. anymore questions? almost forgot, oldest daughter is at currently in her 16th year sfc, e-7, and youngest son did 3 years jumping out of planes for the army, I think we have pretty well defended my first admendment right to run my mouth.

    the fact is no matter sheepdogs prior service , carrying a weapon onto a military base is gonna bite him in the rear.
     
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  11. glockwise

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    Too bad you missed the point along with the details of the 1st amendment. Perhaps if you had driven a truck along the German East/West border, you would have had a need to carry a firearm to protect yourself while driving a truck.
     
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