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Old 08-11-2013, 03:24 AM   #1
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I'm not big on causing a stir but idk why some place won't allow concealed carry and that are most likely to be robbed as in small loan offices. As I was walking up to pay a loan I have I see a no weapons and guns sign on there door and have never seen it before till recently. Why?
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Old 08-11-2013, 01:21 PM   #2
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They changed their minds and are afraid of being robbed by a concealed carry weapon.

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It's the business' call. A Sharpie on a sheet of blue line makes it official.
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Maybe they would rather see the guns as you come in!

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It's the business' call. A Sharpie on a sheet of blue line makes it official.
Not here in Indiana, those signs have no legal weight. If you carry in the business and they see it the most they can do is ask you to leave.
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The way I look at it is I'm gonna carry concealed and if they don't see it there little feelings don't get hurt. I just think it's crazy that I can walk into the bank with my gun lol and not there

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You are already committed, in this case, OP.

Many times I tailor my spending decisions, based

on how the business respects my personal freedoms.

You, and the rest of the buying public, hold the fate

of the average business in our collective hands.

Vote with your wallet accordingly.

My attitude is simple, I keep my gun and my wallet, for

personal safety purposes, in the same place. If I leave my

gun behind, I leave my wallet behind...

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better check your states laws concerning carrying concealed in a place with a posted sign. it could end up costing you the right to carry period and possibly even a fine.
Agree with you 100% axxe-
I just grew weary of argueing the point
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i hear ya Hoss! but i still like to point out the obvious to some of them.
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