Even though the feds are now allowing loaded handgun carry in national parks, Corps of Engineers areas are still off-limits, except for hunting where explicitly permitted by Corps rules. No carrying for protection. Even with a valid State permit. Even unloading your gun doesn't matter, because "loaded ammunition" is also forbidden! IS IT ABOUT TIME TO CHALLENGE THIS RULE? Is anybody asking the Corps to change the rule? Has Congress ever considered passing legislation forcing them to allow guns on their property? If the Corps of Engineers says they need a gun ban to keep terrorists from hijacking dams and flooding our cities, how should we respond? If the Corps of Engineers says if you let people carry guns, there's no way to stop them from shooting everything that moves, sinking boats, shooting people off their jet skis just for fun, killing all the raccoons and squirrels that city folk drive up to look at, etc? I think it's time we (the gun-rights crowd in Georgia) made this a priority. P.S. If we can't get them to repeal the no guns rule, about about getting them to give written permission to any individual with a GFL / GWL who requests that permission and signs a statement that they will not SHOOT the gun on Corps property except if necessary in defense of life or property, or for signaling for emergency help? The head honcho of each Corps district as the authority to give individuals permission to have guns and ammo.