Concealed, loaded firearms at 388 of 391 national park sites.

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  1. tom sawyer

    tom sawyer
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    I can't find the three exemptions.
     
  2. RallySoob

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    probably not anywhere over here... I'm guessing they are out East. we'll see in about 20mins though :p
     
  3. tom sawyer

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    I though maybe in Hawaii, or Florida there were "underwater" parks. Maybe guns wouldn't be appropiate there anyway?
     
  4. Cougfan2

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    Isn't the capital mall in DC considered to be a National Park?
     
  5. elsullo

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    The Statue of Liberty is a very high security National Park! I think Ellis Island is too.........................elsullo
     
  6. tom sawyer

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    but those are "public building" and would already be off limits
     

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