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    Question where are you allowed to carry in indiana

    where in indiana are you allowed to leagelly carry your gun and if you can not carry in a place does it need to be posted for example in a church

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    Check the stickies. There are many posts. Basically you can carry anywhere except schools, school buses, places that schools are using for school functions, secured areas of airports, court buildings, riverboat casinos, Indiana State fair, and city owned property if the city so restricts. Signs have no meaning as far as restricting carry but a private property owner can ask you to leave and you must do so. HTH

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    Welcome to posting on the site! AFA1CY pretty much covered it! Some of us do carry in church so just check the posts and a person (I know I have) can learn a lot. Some very good minds on this site! Some will kinda scare you but overall a GREAT site, LOL!

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    One more thought on church carry. If your church has a school / preschool attached to it it may be off limits. This is one of the grey areas in Indiana law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFA1CY View Post
    One more thought on church carry. If your church has a school / preschool attached to it it may be off limits. This is one of the grey areas in Indiana law.
    I'm pretty sure theres no gray area here, it IS off limits according to the law.

    As for the OP. Check out this post http://ingunowners.com/forums/genera...tml#post187168 I would suggest reading the whole thread, but that post particularly is what you are looking for.

    Finally, I know its your choice, but your name is pretty long, and it throws the board outta wack. Might wanna PM Fenway about getting it shortened for the sake of us all.

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    ACLARK:

    What exactly would make church carry illegal?

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    get a copy of Indiana Handgun Law by Byran Lee Ciyou. It covers just about every possible senareo and explains the laws about were you can and cannot carry.

    For example, you can bring a gun onto a school if your dropping a kid off, and you never leave the vehicle.

    There is a lot of little stuff like that, little if, ands and buts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndersonIN View Post
    ACLARK:

    What exactly would make church carry illegal?
    Just what he said: if your church has a school, preschool, or day care attached, it is a violation of federal law to carry there as the facility is considered school property for purposes of Indiana handgun law.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 22lr View Post
    get a copy of Indiana Handgun Law by Byran Lee Ciyou. It covers just about every possible senareo and explains the laws about were you can and cannot carry.

    For example, you can bring a gun onto a school if your dropping a kid off, and you never leave the vehicle.

    There is a lot of little stuff like that, little if, ands and buts.
    What he said!! +1, and welcome to INGO.



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    I am a former police officer so let me point out the if a buisness posts signs (such as Walmart, they have poted signs a lot) state no weapons/handguns then you are not legal. The store is considered 'private property" They normally ask you to leave first if they see it.

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