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    Default Coca Cola Park Allentown

    Anyone know if there is a policy against fire arms at Coca Cola Park. I searched the website but didn't see anything, but could've just not found it. Metal detectors to enter? Thanks

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    Default Re: Coca Cola Park Allentown

    Not hard to find:

    http://www.milb.com/content/page.jsp...410&vkey=team1

    I knew it had to be there. Not sure about metal detectors.

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    Default Re: Coca Cola Park Allentown

    I walked right in with no problems.
    People always ask me why i never smile.
    I TELL THEM IT'S BECAUSE MY CORPSE IS STILL BREATHING AND THEY DON'T FUCKING GET IT!

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    Default Re: Coca Cola Park Allentown

    I too had no problems.

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    Default Re: Coca Cola Park Allentown

    Been there twice without a problem!

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    Default Re: Coca Cola Park Allentown

    Anyone carried at Coca Cola Park recently?

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    Default Re: Coca Cola Park Allentown

    Apparently you cannot conceal carry a handgun or a ham sandwich into the park these days. Not sure if they wand or have metal detectors though.

    Can I bring my own food or drinks in to Coca-Cola Park?
    For the safety of our fans and per facility policy, food, beverages, weapons of any kind, (even with a concealed weapons permit) containers such as coolers or thermoses, lawn chairs, helium balloons, banners or signs that are not in the spirit of the event or that obstruct the view of others, animals other than service animals or Dog Day visitors, compressed air horns are all prohibited at Coca-Cola Park.

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    Default Re: Coca Cola Park Allentown

    I'll be at the Craft Beer Fest next weekend - any news or changes on security checks and CCW there?

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    Default Re: Coca Cola Park Allentown

    Quote Originally Posted by McSull View Post
    Anyone carried at Coca Cola Park recently?
    Quote Originally Posted by 2DogsBarking View Post
    I'll be at the Craft Beer Fest next weekend - any news or changes on security checks and CCW there?
    Walked right in a few months ago with not a single metal detector to be found. Only about half a dozen people at the gate and they were only checking coolers for what I assume was glass containers.

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    Default Re: Coca Cola Park Allentown

    Update SEP21 - 2019:
    Went to a Craft Beer Festival at the CC Park today - Security evaluation:

    ME: Kahr PM9 in a pocket holster - cargo shorts right side upper pocket; spare magazines in my left cargo pocket.

    Multiple gate attendants checking for tickets, applying wrist bands and checking ID (over-21 drinking age requirements)
    Each gate had an attendant with a hand scanner/wand - either holding it or in a pocket.

    I did not witness anyone scanned in the few moments it took to enter the park.
    Immediately inside, numerous PSP & Allentown officers eyeballing everyone walking in - again no issues.

    I did see 2 individuals printing---right side carry with an over-shirt.

    All in all a nice, safe time!

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