View Poll Results: Do you patronize non-ccw friendly establishments?

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  • I go anyway and just leave my ccw elsewhere.

    17 20.99%
  • If I can't take my gun I don't give them my business.

    64 79.01%
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    shakinghorizons is offline Junior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerfield View Post
    Just as we have the right to carry a bussiness owner has the right to post. I don't have a problem with that.
    I have to agree, although I try to avoid places with signs. The only place I have seen with a sign here in Colorado is Jared's (jewelry store). I have carried in there a couple times, forgetting that I was armed, but most of the time I will leave the firearm in the car. Although, I have a hard time going in there now unarmed, knowing that they were robbed at gun point a couple months ago.

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    How many people have made the sacrifice of their time and even their lives so we can live the freedoms our fore-fathers set forth . I find it the ultimate insult to ignor this , how dare they. So Wal-Mart doesn't
    grant me the sense or right , I don't shop at Wal-Mart. I feel Wal-Mart and all other conglamerates print
    tee-shirts with bulls-eye targets on one side and "kick me " on the other !

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    I didn't vote either way because sometimes you just don't have a choice.

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    NMpops is offline Junior Member
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    I'll avoid them if I can. But I agree, sometimes there's no choice.

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    The Walmart by me has no signs posted anyplace, I have carried in there a few times, normally to buy ammo..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamrith View Post
    The Walmart by me has no signs posted anyplace, I have carried in there a few times, normally to buy ammo..
    I have yet to see a Walmart that's posted anywhere in KY. I'm guessing dman ran into one with an uptight manager. It's certainly not a company wide policy.

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    velo99 is offline Junior Member
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    I noticed a few years ago that a lot of places pulled their volunteer signage. Most around here are the regulated businesses that are required to disallow ccw. I could probably carry open and not catch too much static in the smaller towns around me.

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    Unfortunately most of my fav restaurants here serve alcohol and I can't legally OC or CC in them. Those that are carry legal that ask me to leave will get a "No guns=No money card".

    I think school = K-12 school in the statutes.

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