76-10-511 Possession of loaded firearm at residence or on real property authorized
...a person may have a loaded firearm
(1)at the person"'s place of residence, including any temporary residence or camp..
jktseug wrote:if it is private propert they can still ask you to leave. public/state/blm property then they cant say anything.
blackheart wrote:If you attend the girls camp up in Heber. I know that there is a guard there and you have to check your weapon in with them and they will keep it until you leave.
NormanXDm wrote:Congratulations for having the courage to not be a victim!
Annie wrote:the girls camp was last weekend, been there and back already. I didnt know if the restriction on carrying in churches applied to camps as well. If the place had been posted, I was just going to lock it in my truck. There were no postings, so I carried. I just figured that if someone noticed, they would say something if it was a problem. I shared a tent with several other leaders, so I just slept with it on. They had private showers, so I just laid it on a bench. My daughter was the only one who knew, she brushed up against me once, but she has enough sense to know to keep her mouth shut.
manithree wrote:jktseug wrote:if it is private propert they can still ask you to leave. public/state/blm property then they cant say anything.
Also not necessarily a legal issue, but one that comes up for me on scouting activities is how to keep a pistol secure. Will you be swimming or showering? If so, do you have a safe handy while your firearm is not on your person?
Except for law enforcement officers required to carry firearms within their jurisdiction, firearms shall not be brought on camping, hiking, backpacking, or other Scouting activities except those specifically planned for target shooting under the supervision of a currently certified BSA national shooting sports director or National Rifle Association firearms instructor.
UtahJarhead wrote:When you are there as an adult chaperone/instructor, you are not there to point out the poseys. You are there as their guardian. If you are not to protect them, what purpose is your presence?
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