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    Quote Originally Posted by .455_Hunter View Post
    Yes- Those are very legitimate and valid concerns. If you do use the service, making the weapon unidentifiable in a small backpack or non-descriptive bag might be the best route.
    And I even go further along those lines, to believing that carrying your concealed weapon in a bag is still not under your control. A bag can too easily be snatched from you, and there goes your pistol with it.

    I don't know... maybe I go too far, but I believe that if I am not doing absolutely everything I can to keep a tool that in the hands of someone who I do not approve of having possession of said tool, I am not performing my due care and due diligence as a responsible firearm owner. But if folks are comfortable with the provided services then go for it. I just would not personally use the services of these storage lockers for anything that I would not to part with.

    I am assuming this attendant has a master key as well? Just saying.
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    In my case, I would be pocket carrying something on the order of a j-frame or smaller, and would discretely transfer it to the bag/backpack near lockers, not using the off-body bag for any extended period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .455_Hunter View Post
    In my case, I would be pocket carrying something on the order of a j-frame or smaller, and would discretely transfer it to the bag/backpack near lockers, not using the off-body bag for any extended period.
    I just remember a year or two back at Elitch's they were having a bunch of locker burglaries in a locker area set up for the water park. Lockers like those just keep honest people honest. I just have this fear of my firearm going into the wrong hands and being used for nefarious reasons. Yeah I know shouldn't feel bad for someone else's choice to hurt folks, but I would rather it not be with my firearm.

    Anyways I'll leave it at that.
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    Not really the same, but I don't even care to go into the convenience store if Ive got 'unsecured' items in my locked vehicle going to & from matches, so I'm with you rbeau30 on the 'under my charge only' rule.
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    If this is at the CU stadium, it stands to reason that the "attendant" is probably a CU police officer. That would make sense from a number of points of view. Otherwise, it's not really "secure".
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