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Old 11-14-2012, 03:27 AM   #11
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Thanks Chainfire. That's the way it is in Mo. Chances of being made is slim but if it happens a polite "Yes Sir/Mam" and an immediate departure keeps everyone happy.

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Chainfire.

If asked, leave.

If you refuse, you are guilty of criminal trespass.
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Chainfire.

If asked, leave.

If you refuse, you are guilty of criminal trespass.

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The right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

If the store owner doesn't care about my rights he should move to Russia or Illinois.
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As I am so fond of reading on here, if you are carrying and enter a facility that does not want weapons in it, no one sees it, keep your mouth shut and complete your business and leave. If it is seen, and you are asked to leave, do so.

I do not allow smoking in my house. Those that visit know this. If they try to smoke in my house, they are asked to go outside. If they refuse then they are asked to leave. Am I violating their 1st Amendment rights, yep, but in my house, it is my law.

Same thing applies to a business and firearms. No one is forcing me or you to shop there.

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The right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

If the store owner doesn't care about my rights he should move to Russia or Illinois.
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