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    Riding the Bus and having a concealed firearm.

    i've never taken a metro bus and my 5yr old LOVES the idea of riding the bus..

    I want to take him to the movies by bus, but I plan to carry (as per usual).

    Is it legal to carry on the metro bus? Of course, I do have a CPL.

    thanks!


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    Re: Riding the Bus and having a concealed firearm.

    Absolutely! And I highly recommend it based on some of the passengers you may encounter.

    Personally I ignore 2a infringement laws. The constitution is the law that I respect. And remember, concealed is concealed.

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    Re: Riding the Bus and having a concealed firearm.

    From what I understand.. only places you can't carry is.. Federal buildings, alcohol establishments and music festivals. Anyplace else they can just ask you to leave. But yes concealed is concealed.


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    Re: Riding the Bus and having a concealed firearm.

    Metro Busses are public and not restricted per rcw, so carry away. But they are also vehicles, so in order to carry loaded, you need to make sure you have a CPL/CWP etc.

    Currently mapping locations of Shooting Areas as well as Gun Stores - Let me know what is missing!

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    Re: Riding the Bus and having a concealed firearm.

    Great! Thank you all.


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    Re: Riding the Bus and having a concealed firearm.

    The only way to ride. There's some straight up psychos who partake in public transportation!


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    Re: Riding the Bus and having a concealed firearm.

    Don't get bed bugs or put your head back on the head rest.


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    Re: Riding the Bus and having a concealed firearm.

    Quote Originally Posted by jukk0u View Post
    Don't get bed bugs or put your head back on the head rest.
    Pulling sweatpants up also helps.





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    Re: Riding the Bus and having a concealed firearm.

    My wife has been driving for Metro for 33 years. Snowflakes periodically have come up to her and "reported" that someone near them has a gun. Some have absolutely lost it when told that there's nothing wrong with that.

    So sayeth Norm:
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    I am locking this thread, as it no longer has any useful value either."

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    Re: Riding the Bus and having a concealed firearm.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave in Edmonds View Post
    My wife has been driving for Metro for 33 years. Snowflakes periodically have come up to her and "reported" that someone near them has a gun. Some have absolutely lost it when told that there's nothing wrong with that.
    I love that!
    Going to Seattle today, open carry!





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