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I have to go to Hotlanta
« on: 25 Jan 2018 - 11:11:19 »
i am going to be at Werner's terminal outside Atlanta for a bout 3 weeks or so in February. might end up in North Florida for some training, whats to do around there? 
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Re: I have to go to Hotlanta
« Reply #1 on: 25 Jan 2018 - 20:01:54 »
Coke museum and Aquarium.  Both no carry.  Ferris wheel in that area also no carry but if you are there do not be after sun starts to start going down.  There is a zoo there and botanical garden.  Both are good to visit, but deep cover.

Best bet, be armed.  Permit required for any carry, concealed or open.  handgunlaw.us is good for info on reciprocity.

https://www.georgiapacking.org/   is a VERY Good place for more details and info.  Best bet for answers to your question.  Tell them I sent you.

Info above is Ga only. 

If in FL, deep cover.  ONLY.  Heavy printing or inadvertent exposure can be a problem.

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Re: I have to go to Hotlanta
« Reply #2 on: 26 Jan 2018 - 09:48:22 »
i have Fl people so i am familiar with the law there (sad for one of the first CCW states), and even though Mo is a Constitutional carry i maintain my permit, anything i need to know offhand about carry in Ga? i will look up NRA/ILA and Georgia packing website.

now that i think on it this might be my first airline checked firearm. hmm  a new experience.
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Re: I have to go to Hotlanta
« Reply #3 on: 26 Jan 2018 - 10:37:21 »
For the most part, I avoid Atlanta like the plague. If where I need to go is near a Marta station, I'll park at the Chamblee station and ride the train in the rest of the way. There...........using turn signals is merely a suggestion and most people don't. That and most of them can't drive worth a damn anyway.
I've lost count of the number of times I've been on I-75 and some IDIOT who's driving in the far left lane, suddenly decides they need to take the exit that's less than 1/10th mile ahead.

I "drove" to the aquarium once...............never again.
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Re: I have to go to Hotlanta
« Reply #4 on: 26 Jan 2018 - 13:10:43 »
back when i was driving 18 wheelers i always took the cutoff and avoided Altanta entirely. i think the location i am heading to is Lithia Springs west off the I20. so i land at the airport and wander that way. i get to go to Omaha for a week and then Atlanta and some time down near Jacksonville i think. been with my current company for almost 11 years and got a job closer to home. now its all moving fast. 
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