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      Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
      Kroger Grocery Stores
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      Contacted corporate and awaiting response.
      I shop at Kroger and there are 2 that I frequent in Spring and no signs on them.

      Quote Originally Posted by tekhead1219 View Post
      While I haven't been in every store, I have yet to find one with the LEGAL sign posted in the Conroe/Woodlands/Spring area yet. Gotta love Texas, hot summers and all.
      Yes gotta love our hot summers. The only legal sign I have seen to date is at the Kelsey Siebold Clinic on 1960. I kinda figure that falls under hospital anyway and don't carry there for that reason. Funny with 2 entrances only one has the posted sign.

      Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
      Applebee's (and all the other big chains) are kind of a moot point since we're not allowed to carry there even if there was no sign; due to the rule about not carrying where you can purchase and consume alcohol on premises.
      Another good thing about Texas. You can't carry if they get 51% of there revenue from the sale and on premis consumption of alcohol. Now they are also required to post a 51% sign for us so we know 100% to leave it in the truck. No 51% sign I assume that I can carry. I guess I should go by a bar and see what one is supposed to look like.

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      Haverty's Furniture...

      ...here in Duncanville is NOT posted...but I went there with an old gent to buy him a recliner...he paid his money and they sent us to their warehouse to pick it up...the warehouse was legally posted with a 30-06 sign...I raised sand with corporate in Atlanta and got zero response...I won't go there again...they want our money and won't miss a sale...then they pull that...sneaky....

      ...Most banks around here are not posted...don't know about credit unions...

      ...just realized how old this thread is....still like Wandering Man's OK sign....I'd love to pass some out!!!
      Last edited by sheepdog; 11-28-2009 at 08:02 PM. Reason: addt'l comment

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      Businesses That Are Afraid Of Us

      In Atlanta, the only businesses that I know of that have the No Concealed Carry sign posted is West End Mall and the Taco Mac in Midtown (go figure). In Savannah, there was the same sign posted at a Family Dollar. Ironically, Fox 5 News did a report on the rash of armed robberies that specifically targeted Family Dollar stores. Brainless liberals don't realize that (1) a CCW holder with half a brain will NOT announce that s/he has heat and (2) robbers LOVE Gun-Free Abomination Areas.

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      I know it's not a "business", but I would like to offer Colorado State University. They just outlawed CC on campus. I told my youngest who was considering a transfer to CSU to find another school.



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      None so blind...

      Those who will not learn from history and all that...

      Clearly prohibitions don't work... remember 'Prohibition'... that worked well... Made the Kennedy's rich anyway... And all the illegal drugs... those laws that make the drugs illegal don't do much to stop the flow of those drugs, now do they? And all the laws against drunk driving and how many deaths caused by drunk driving are there every year?

      And "Gun Free" zones are no different, they don't work either for the same reasons... people who don't obey the law won't obey new laws either, now will they.

      The simple truth of "When guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns" is lost on those who are so blind that they will not see. I don't blame the sheeple, I blame the media and the leaders... people like Bloomberg who has his armed guards but who is so adamant about preventing concealed carry in the city (along with other similar mayors of large cities)...

      But then I preach to the choir, don't I...

      How can intelligent people (and don't underestimate the intelligence of the anti-gun people, particularly their 'leadership') have so much trouble seeing the obvious...

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      {who loves those signs/cards that you can leave with a business... would get some if I ever ran into a place that had signs that told me not to carry on their premises...}

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      Quote Originally Posted by Brevard View Post
      Ohhh I want some of those. But my luck they would just get thrown away.

      I know about NC and banks. I meant banks all over the country. Post offices are classified as a government building so techincally you arent suppose to carry in there.

      I guess its all fucked up in this country with the carry laws i've been reading all these fourums from all these states but in the state of Indiana you can carry into bars as well as any banks which i thought banks would be a complete no but to my suprise it is completely leagal!!

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      I've heard that Harris Teeter has posted signs at stores around NC. Seen a few posts on other forums with photos of the signs below.



      edit:Nevermind...
      Thank you for reaching out to our company with your comments. We understand your concerns and will begin removing signs from our stores this week.
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      Quote Originally Posted by bruce333 View Post
      I've heard that Harris Teeter has posted signs at stores around NC. Seen a few posts on other forums with photos of the signs below.

      I guess Applebee's expects the server making 2.85 an hour to restock the salad-bar AND ensure the safety of it's patrons......I believe I'll be carrying my CW where ever I go, and when I encounter LEGAL signs, make sure I tell the owner/manager why I WON'T be patronizing their store.

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      Quote Originally Posted by bruce333 View Post
      I've heard that Harris Teeter has posted signs at stores around NC. Seen a few posts on other forums with photos of the signs below.

      I'll have to check out the two by me.

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      Jason's Deli

      Jason's Deli in Fort Worth has a NO GUNS policy, with sign. I emailed them and received a return telephone call from the district manager. I asked him if he had heard of Luby's in Killeen (1992). He said that he definitely knew about Luby's and was a gunowner himself. He further stated that he didn't think that a customer who was licensed to carry would be bothered by Luby's employees. I told him that I knew the law and that I wouldn't risk losing my CHL or be prosecuted for carrying in posted businesses; that I and my extended family would no longer patronize Luby's.

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      Old thread I know. But in the last couple months the Pilot truck stop in Murfreesboro (I used to stop there for coffee) started putting a sign saying no firearms allowed on premises. I do not know if it's just that location or if it's any others as well. I will be contacting our new Governor (who ran Pilot for a while if he's not still running it) to explain why this formerly loyal customer will no longer be patronizing his family's business.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SargeTN View Post
      Old thread I know. But in the last couple months the Pilot truck stop in Murfreesboro (I used to stop there for coffee) started putting a sign saying no firearms allowed on premises. I do not know if it's just that location or if it's any others as well.
      I recently took a road trip cross country and don't recall seeing any signs at other Pilot stations or Flying J stations. (Pilot bought Flying J earlier this year)

      As a mater of fact, I didn't see any no firearms, handguns, etc., signs anywhere I stopped the entire trip.
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      I was told in the last couple days that they took them down. Went by this morning and sure enough they're gone. Must have been enough gun owners speaking out on the issue and Haslam realizing that it would hurt him really bad politically.

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      No signs on Krogers here in North Alabama, at least at the one that's right down the street from us.

      Same with the local Applebees. In fact, I'm not aware of any overt anti-gun stores in the Huntsville/Madison area. There's probably some but I don't shop a lot.

      I know the local Starbucks is used by the North Alabama contingent of the Alabama Open Carry meetings.

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      Buffalo Wild Wings and the Lexington Center are both posted here in Lexington, KY.

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      In NH you're prohibited from carrying federal buildings and Schools.

      However, on private property (including stores, theaters, restaurants, etc.), the property owner can set a “no guns” policy, ask you to leave if you’re carrying, and have you arrested for trespassing if you don’t leave, but otherwise you’re legal. If you have a concealed permit and have your weapon truly concealed, you shouldn't have a problem.

      (Info above from pgnh.org)

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      Quote Originally Posted by kg333 View Post
      Buffalo Wild Wings and the Lexington Center are both posted here in Lexington, KY.

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      That's kind of funny. Buffalo Wild Wings isn't posted here in Buffalo.

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      Quote Originally Posted by sigsas68 View Post
      graybar in Buffalo NY doesn't allow weapons in there store for the saftey of there customers and employees
      That is a crock. They are thereby less safe.

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      Quote Originally Posted by bruce333 View Post
      NC State law does not specify the exact signage required, only that it be posted at all entrances.

      NC State law prohibits concealed carry at banks.

      (I'm not touching the post office can of worms)
      There is currently a lawsuit brought by a couple in Colorado to change the Post office can of worms into a definitive "Yes You Can", open or concealed or both. Whatever is legal in that particular state.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
      I was surpised that there is no law in Florida against carrying in a bank. PO,schools,and hospitals. Of course Gov buildings.
      In the nine states of which I have direct familiarity, banks are not one of the places banned by law. Nor are churches anywhere anyone isn't an idjiot who wrote the law.

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