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Old 03-26-2012, 07:52 AM   #1
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well as a frequent late night shopper of wal-mart(i am there more between the hrs of 10pm-5am more than any other) n well when i carry i will most likely not wanna take it off just to go buy my bread or milk so anyone know what walmarts stance is in conealed firearms instore? ik i walked into one open carrying once and got told to put it back in my car.
Im talking if its concealed under my hoody n the holster shows or the grip of the gun is noticed by an employee..potential police confrontation id like to avoid

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Conceal carry in Walmart should be fine as long as there is no "No Firearms" sign posted at the entrance.

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on the Walmart theme is it true they are offering there own AR15?

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All I could find is Bushmaster M4A3.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Bushmaster-M4A3-.223-REM-16-Patrol-Carbine/19235996?findingMethod=Recommendation:wm:RecentlyV iewedItems

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Here is a map for a Wally Walk.
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...“There are hundreds of millions of gun owners in this country, and not one of them will have an accident today. The only misuse of guns comes in environments where there are drugs, alcohol, bad parents, and undisciplined children. Period.” Ted Nugent ...
There's a lot of truth in that statement.
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To my knowledge PA does not have a law allowing businesses to post a no firearms sign for ccp holders. That being said if someone notices your grip or some other part of your gun, it is not concealed and you may run into an issue. You may need to find a better way to carry.

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There's a lot of truth in that statement.
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To my knowledge PA does not have a law allowing businesses to post a no firearms sign for ccp holders. That being said if someone notices your grip or some other part of your gun, it is not concealed and you may run into an issue. You may need to find a better way to carry.
MI has a "Open Carry" law. Not a problem.
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MI has a "Open Carry" law. Not a problem.
Good ol Michigan! I love my state.
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well as a frequent late night shopper of wal-mart(i am there more between the hrs of 10pm-5am more than any other) n well when i carry i will most likely not wanna take it off just to go buy my bread or milk so anyone know what walmarts stance is in conealed firearms instore? ik i walked into one open carrying once and got told to put it back in my car.
Im talking if its concealed under my hoody n the holster shows or the grip of the gun is noticed by an employee..potential police confrontation id like to avoid
I'm a PA resident as well, and also only go to walmart in late or early hours. I've been carrying for years and never had any problem in walmart or any other store for that matter. As long as you have a cc permit and your gun is in fact concealed i wouldn't worry about it.
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