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I think the reasoning is this, a company (client) contracts with the security company for a specific type (armed / unarmed) guard based on their wants and needs. If an unarmed guard is found carrying while employed by the client (through the security co.), that would be a violation of the contract and possibly the clients gun policies. Hence, the security co. could lose the contract, and payment for services provided by that particular guard. Plus it wouldn't take long for corporate word o mouth to spread about a company that used bad business practices.

I am not saying it is right, but it is what it is.

Also, I'm sure the guard will sign a lot of paperwork that has a "no carry of personal / concealed weapons" verbiage tucked in the middle of lawyer mumbo jumbo at time of hire.
 
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