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 on: July 23, 2017, 06:07:44 PM 
Started by coolwrld - Last post by 29thInfantry
The issue with the U of D is it is all over the place I think it has taken over most of the town.  As a non student I would carry there and make sure that I was carrying properly so not to draw any attention to myself.  I have been there for festivals and when they had the Newark PD walking around giving hugs to people.  I have never had an issue even when standing right next to Newark PD talking to them on that day or any other.  I do not go off roaming around on campus either just mainly on main st and have never had a problem. 

This is the same scenario I am talking about but not necessarily a situation where I'm on Main St. and may "stray" on to U of D property.  I attend a lot of car related events and some of them take place on actual U of D property.  One in particular takes place at the UD Creamery and this past weekend there was another at the old Chrysler plant (called Star campus now I think).  So my main concern is that the way they have specifically worded the policy they reference criminal charges.  But besides trespass for not leaving if asked (should I fail miserably at concealing and be found out), how could there possibly be other criminal charges that could be brought against me by the U of D police since I am only violating UD policy and not state law?

I think you would most likely just be asked to leave.  There is no law prohibiting you from carrying there that I am aware of it is only their policy as it is in many places like say the NCC farmers market but I still carry there when I go there now a days I like to go to booths corners farmers market it is way nicer and better food.  Most people are to interested in what they are doing to worry about you having a gun under your shirt.  Most have their faces buried in their phones.   

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 on: July 23, 2017, 05:24:57 PM 
Started by coolwrld - Last post by coolwrld
The issue with the U of D is it is all over the place I think it has taken over most of the town.  As a non student I would carry there and make sure that I was carrying properly so not to draw any attention to myself.  I have been there for festivals and when they had the Newark PD walking around giving hugs to people.  I have never had an issue even when standing right next to Newark PD talking to them on that day or any other.  I do not go off roaming around on campus either just mainly on main st and have never had a problem. 

This is the same scenario I am talking about but not necessarily a situation where I'm on Main St. and may "stray" on to U of D property.  I attend a lot of car related events and some of them take place on actual U of D property.  One in particular takes place at the UD Creamery and this past weekend there was another at the old Chrysler plant (called Star campus now I think).  So my main concern is that the way they have specifically worded the policy they reference criminal charges.  But besides trespass for not leaving if asked (should I fail miserably at concealing and be found out), how could there possibly be other criminal charges that could be brought against me by the U of D police since I am only violating UD policy and not state law?

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 on: July 23, 2017, 04:38:46 PM 
Started by coolwrld - Last post by 29thInfantry
The issue with the U of D is it is all over the place I think it has taken over most of the town.  As a non student I would carry there and make sure that I was carrying properly so not to draw any attention to myself.  I have been there for festivals and when they had the Newark PD walking around giving hugs to people.  I have never had an issue even when standing right next to Newark PD talking to them on that day or any other.  I do not go off roaming around on campus either just mainly on main st and have never had a problem. 

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 on: July 23, 2017, 04:34:59 PM 
Started by Larryness - Last post by mbtech
Congrats and carry safe!

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 on: July 23, 2017, 04:31:41 PM 
Started by Sinker - Last post by 29thInfantry
Me either,  the only reason I would have defended is if the robber put my life in danger.  I would not stand by and let him take another life either but if he is just getting the money and leaving then let him get it and leave. 

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 on: July 23, 2017, 04:11:57 PM 
Started by SturmRugerSR9 - Last post by SturmRugerSR9
On July 20th the 206th co-sponsor signed on to HR 38.

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 on: July 23, 2017, 04:06:01 PM 
Started by Sinker - Last post by Sinker
In the Armed Citizen section of the most recent American Rifleman, there's a story of a guy who drew his weapon and exchanged fire with a bank robber.  There are not many details in the article, but there's no way I would be willing to risk my life to defend a bank's money.

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 on: July 23, 2017, 02:18:10 PM 
Started by Larryness - Last post by airman1968
Congrats...be safe my friend

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 on: July 23, 2017, 01:10:54 PM 
Started by Larryness - Last post by davidmaciv
Lancaster County has the following listed on their website...

License to Carry Permit Changes​
​Effective June 1, 2017
​​On Thursday, June 1, 2017, the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office will no longer issue License to Carry Permits on the same day we receive the application.  You will be notified when approved and given 30 days to pick-up your License to Carry Permit.

Has anyone tried getting a permit after June 1st? 


It would take me only 30 mins to go to Media instead of an hour to Lancaster.  But would be willing to make the extra mileage if it was worth it.

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 on: July 23, 2017, 12:15:43 PM 
Started by Larryness - Last post by topper
Congrats Larryness!

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