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Old 07-18-2013, 23:54   #26
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Law info here in Wa says that you cannot carry a weapon on private property, if the owner posts signage stating that they do not want weapons on their property. This is included with the state restrictions of no carry in bars, schools and courts ect...
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Old 07-19-2013, 07:07   #27
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Law info here in Wa says that you cannot carry a weapon on private property, if the owner posts signage stating that they do not want weapons on their property. This is included with the state restrictions of no carry in bars, schools and courts ect...
Whether or not the signs carry the weight of the law varies state to state. There is no state that will tell you that you can remain on private property after being asked to leave.
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