Firearms at Fort Gordon (Georgia)?


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JLStorm
October 19, 2006, 06:21 PM
I generally carry a weapon when I travel, my only normal exception is when I work I work at the pentagon or a military installations. However, I am doing some work next week at fort Gordon in Augusta Georgia and I realize that I cannot carry as a civilian contractor on a military base, but fort gordon has a great shooting range open to both military and civilians what I would like to use while I am there. The range is closed now, but I will call them on tuesday when they re-open, but do any of you know if there is any way I can have my weapons stored at the MP station, or something similar? It seems silly to drive all the way to ft gordon, only to have to leave when I am done, go back to my hotel and then drive back to gordon to go shooting. Anyway, there probably isnt a way around this, but I figured I would ask just for the heck of it.

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swampgator
October 19, 2006, 07:14 PM
Call the PMO's (Provost Marshall's Office) desk sergeant (706) 791-2681/4380. They should be able to tell how to store the weapons on post during working hours, if possible.

KimKommando
October 19, 2006, 08:13 PM
Contact PMO. Most bases allow you to carry an unloaded firearm in your vehicle provided it is accompanied with a letter from PMO.

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