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viewtopic.php?p=594914#p594914ARTICLE II. - USE OF RECREATION FACILITIES
Sec. 78-32. - Weapons prohibited.
(b)It shall be unlawful for any person to take on a recreational facility any weapon, or to use, carry or employ any weapon or similar device in a recreational facility. This subsection (b) shall not apply to firearms as defined by O.C.G.A. Â§ 16-11-171(3).
Is the weapons info the only thing on the signs or is it a line on the bigger "park rules" signs. They won't just rip the big ones down.CoffeeMate said:
Its a single line on a much larger sign. Gwinnet County is not going to change the sign. They intentionally changed the ordinance to be deceptive. Why would they change the deceptive sign. They want it that way. :sly: They knew when we filed suit that they couldn't stop me(or anyone who bothers to read the ordinance) from carrying in the park, but they can confuse a lot of others into thinking they can't.RickN said:Is the weapons info the only thing on the signs or is it a line on the bigger "park rules" signs. They won't just rip the big ones down.CoffeeMate said:
I tried to do something about it least year: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=49556&start=0Phil1979 said:Yellow River Park has a least one sign I recently observed that states "All Weapons Prohibited".
Also, http://www.gwinnettcounty.com/static/de ... 0Guide.pdf states that weapons are prohibited.
Okay but how much would it cost them if someone else happened to rip them down?RickN said:Is the weapons info the only thing on the signs or is it a line on the bigger "park rules" signs. They won't just rip the big ones down.CoffeeMate said:
GAGunOwner said:http://www.georgiapacking.org/GaCode/?t ... ection=136Phil1979 said:What about knives? I know that in Gwinnett, you can conceal a knife if the blade is 3" or less, but does the general county ordinance have preeminence, or does the park ordinance apply, so that even those knives are banned in the county parks?