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Old 04-18-2014, 10:16 PM   #21
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I'm in a similar boat as KG7IL - but I don't watch many vids as they use too much of our data plan.

Warrior1256 - sounds like you carry even though they ask that you don't - what makes their signs have no law enforcement support? I have heard that signs have to be a particular size, color, font style and placed so they can't be missed. But if I knew someone didn't want guns I'd go somewhere else. Just my opinion.
Here in Kentucky if the owner or the manager of the establishment becomes aware that you are carrying they can ask you to leave. If you leave as asked you have committed no crime. I understand exactly what you are saying, but sometimes I just say "To he%& with them, the law says I can and that's what I'll do". Kentucky is one of the most gun friendly states In the U.S. and it's self defense law is very good. Here if you, as a reasonable person, feel you are in danger of death or great bodily harm deadly force is allowed. But this law dosen't just get lip service. This is the way the law is actually enforced.

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Old 04-18-2014, 10:25 PM   #22
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Who's gonna know unless I print or pull? 1. I don't print. 2. If I pull I'm pulling to save my life or somebody else's. I'll gladly take my chances with the petty legal bullsh*t and rejoice that I'm still alive to do it.
That's my feeling exactly!!!
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O.K., I won't say whether I carry where businesses have "No Guns Allowed" signs posted. I will say that here in Kentucky these signs have no force of law behind them. If you carry in these establishments you have broken no law. Nuff said.
If you patronize a business with a sign you're . 1: supporting their disrespect of the law and you're putting yourself in a situation where your gun can be stolen from your car or worse.
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She basicly does a cute skit on carrying in no carry zones saying keep what you do to yourself
That is what I have been saying for years.
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