KOA Campground

Discussion in 'Business Discussion & Reviews' started by Vaultman, Aug 14, 2011.

  1. Vaultman

    Vaultman
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    I am sure it has been asked before but I can't find it...

    Are KOA Campgrounds firearm friendly? I have never been to one. And I always like to bring my sidearm with me on trips.
     
  2. Vaultman

    Vaultman
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    No one knows? Or cares? I guess I will have to inquire elsewhere.
     
  3. PaulZ

    PaulZ
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    What the heck? Are you going to wave it about? or shoot up the place? If they don't see it how can they be bothered?
     
  4. Redcap

    Redcap
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    Do you pass through a metal detector anywhere? If no, concealed means concealed.
     
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    Unless there's a state or federal law against it I carry. No such law for private campgrounds. The one we frequent says no firearms or fireworks. I don't carry fireworks, I do carry firesticks up to and including 12 GA!!
     
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  6. Vaultman

    Vaultman
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    That is what I was curious about.
     
  7. rrojohnso

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    I always carry when camping. Last year we took a road trip up WA to the San Juan's, and stayed at a KOA along the way - it was expensive, but I never had a problem carrying. As it's been repeated many times, concealed means concealed, and I would never leave my firearms at the site unattended (which goes without saying).
     

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