Honey Bucket

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  1. thereddog

    thereddog
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    If I am carrying concealed on public property (with a valid ccl) and have to take a dump in a privately owned honey bucket,
    am I breaking the laws if the owners of the honey bucket have posted (gun free zone) on the exterior of the bucket?


    Would I be better off just taking a dump in the bushes on the public property and hoping that the cops don't spot me, or should I go in the Honey bucket and "run the gauntlet."


    Your prompt reply is most appreciated, because I've got serious business to attend to and the line at the Honey bucket is too long to mess around in.
     
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  2. The B

    The B
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    To answer the question, no, you're not breaking the law. At least not in Oregon, I guess I don't know where you are. However.... where the hell is there a Honey Bucket that has a no-gunz sign?
     
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  3. Tangent123123

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    Any idiot can stick a sign on a door or window or honey bucket, that doesn't make it a law. But if you are on private property and they see your firearm and ask you to leave and you refuse then you are breaking the law. Concealed means concealed, so do your business and move on.
     
  4. 2Wheels4Ever

    2Wheels4Ever
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    Just cross out the "free" part and go on with your day.
     
  5. Stomper

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    Remember the following song when "dropping trou" inside one of those things to help avoid any unpleasantries.

    Plop-Plop, fizz-fizz, guess where your wallet and pistol is! :bluelaugh:
     
  6. RVTECH

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    I am assuming you are joking but if not then lock the door so no one can come in and see your weapon.
     
  7. accessbob

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    roflmao.gif
     
  8. Oklahomie

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    .....what a ... :) s***** situation.:cool:
     
  9. Kevinkris

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    if there are no guns allowed, how are you supposed to go #1?
     
  10. coctailer

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    I LOLed.:laugh::laugh:
     
  11. Mark W.

    Mark W.
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    First of all a Portapotty is not a titled piece of property it is a rented appliance.
     
  12. thereddog

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    But what about when it is a trailered unit?
     
  13. nwo

    nwo
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    Seriously? :laugh:
     
  14. Kid@Heart

    Kid@Heart
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    Are you $h!tt!ng me??
     
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  15. billstaf

    billstaf
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    I can't believe I bother to read this post. Things must really be slow out there in bored-ville.
     
  16. FatherHolyHoly

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    Lock the door. There's a purse holder on the left side when you walk in. Put your piece in there and you'll never have to worry about dropping anything but the deuce.
     
  17. evltwn

    evltwn
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    Oh man, reading that thread cost me 15 seconds I will never get back...
     
  18. MinnesotaORnewbie

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    LoL, shoot the dam sign off the door and take your dump.
     
  19. teflon97239

    teflon97239
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    Like I used to say at Camp Collins with open pit johns in '67, "I can wait. We're going home this Thursday, right?"
     
  20. BAMCIS

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    The very FIRST night I arrived in AFG I dropped my brand new mini-mag flashlight in the blue water in the bottom of a rather ripe honey bucket. Well, needless to say it was an enlightening experience. I completed my business and went back to my task of trying to get over the jet-lag. On my way back to my tent, I peeked over my shoulder and noticed the honey bucket had a blue glow emanating in the bottom.

    Long story short, ignore that stupid sign, do your thing and don't forget the paperwork.
     

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