Tab Bonidy carries a gun. He also picks up his mail at a United States Postal Service facility because they don’t deliver to his Avon, Colorado home. Those are two things which are, barring a lot of inconvenience, pretty much incompatible. USPS regulations state that you can’t even drive onto a post office parking lot with a gun in your car. Which makes rolling up and leaving a mohaska in your car while you dash inside (or even drop a letter in the drive-thru box) a federal f-ing offense. That may change now . . .
Here’s some rare good news out of the Centennial State, as reported by denverpost.com: “A federal judge has ruled that a U.S. Postal Service regulation barring firearms in its parking lots violates the Second Amendment in a case brought by an Avon man and a national gun rights group.” That gun rights group is NAGR. Bonidy still can’t carry his heater inside the P.O. and neither can you. Still, a move in the right direction. [h/t Dirk Diggler]