"The charge would be under 18 USC 930, Possession of Firearms and Danagerous Weapons in Federal Facilities (which includes military bases). The weapon can be on one's person or in their vehicle. There is no requirement for them to have entered a structure to substatiate the charge. I've pulled plenty of weapons out of vehicles and charged the owner. I've gotten a conviction everytime and our magistrate is an old country Georgia judge, by no means a liberal. A person can be given up to 1 year in prison, but I have yet to see anyone sent to jail. The magistrate just fines the XXXX out of them. State open and concealed carry laws have no basis on federal property."
This is the reply I rec'd.
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