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Final, are you flying? If so flying out of DIA you will check your bag w/your firearm(s) with the carrier who then hands your bag to a baggage handler [read foreign national] to take it for inspection by TSA, who then hands you bag back to the baggage handler to put on a luggage belt. FOLLOW YOUR BAG!
From personal DIA experience, the handler ‘walked fast” [ran] to TSA, then took my bag from the agent and quickly headed to the front door w/my luggage instead of the airline counter i was flying on. When i hollared at him he turned and stopped abruptly and quickly dumped the bag down a another airline’s belt, turned and said ~ what? Of course no name tag on the individual nor LEs around to register a complaint.
Yeah! Joy! Finally, after some three years, a post in the Colorado Forum!
(cough) Ok! Uh... Not a comprehensive list (just to the best of my memory):
Places where you can NOT OC:
- Denver County (synonymous with City of Denver). This includes the roadways leading to Denver International Airport and the airport itself.
- Public transportation (trains and buses)
- Public Libraries
- Within 1,000' of K-12 and higher education schools -- and there are schools all over the place, so use Google Maps and avoid 'em all
- Anywhere it's posted that OC or CC is prohibited, and yes, postings carry the weight of law. Violation is tresspass
- Courtrooms, Federal Buildings, Most Hospitals and ERs, Law Enforcement buildings, and anywhere there's a metal detector.
- You can OC in your vehicle anywhere you can legally drive your vehicle, even in Denver county, but you still cannot OC in your vehicle on K-12 schools (federal law).
As for CC: "Under Colorado law another state must honor Colorado's CCW permit before Colorado will honor the other states permit. Section CRS 18.12.213 of the law prevents Colorado from honoring any out-of-state Non-Resident permits, even if there is a reciprocity agreement between the states."