posted on Jun, 6 2014 @ 06:59 PM
Can you even carry firearms in a government building? I didn't think so personally, but I guess I could be wrong. If that is the case then maybe he is
there to shoot you for carrying a weapon...
Edit to add: It is not fair to completely sidestep your question like that, because the point you are trying to make is not lost on me. I get it. But,
a citizen carrying a gun needs to behave like a police officer should...You cannot just go and shoot someone if they are not a physical threat to you.
So technically, unless he starts shooting you should not be able to do anything, IF he is legally carrying a firearm. As SOON as he levels it at
someone then you can shoot him. Probabilistically speaking, this likely will not be you, so if you are a good shot you should have the drop on him.
But there is a HUGE issue that I have overlooked thus far...Concealed carry means just that: CONCEALED. You should not be able to see the firearm, and
this is partly to keep people who don't like guns or who think any person with a gun is dangerous from freaking out. If a guy walks into a building
carrying a rifle, it will depend on the law in that particular state. There is a HUGE difference between doing that and walking in with a handgun
concealed on your person, because nobody is the wiser. My main point is that it is called concealed carry for a reason.
edit on 6/6/14 by
JiggyPotamus because: (no reason given)