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This is a discussion on Tanglewood Mall against Weapons within the Businesses Against Firearms & 2nd Amendment forums, part of the Main Category category; I recently talked to management at Tanglewood Mall in Roanoke Va. The told me that No weapons signs are not ...

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    Angry Tanglewood Mall against Weapons

    I recently talked to management at Tanglewood Mall in Roanoke Va. The told me that No weapons signs are not needed to tell anyone about their policy. Unarmed Security will be asking people about their Legally concealed Weapons and asking for permits. Then People will be escorted out or Arrested. Can they legally do this ?

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    Uh... concealed is concealed, right? If they do determine you have a firearm, all they can do is ask you to leave the property. Failure to leave can result in a trespassing charge. As for the rent-a-cops asking to see a carry permit? Fat chance. And, I don't think I've ever seen any security at Tanglewood Mall.

    Sounds to me like mall management is just making stuff up. How did this discussion come about, if I may ask?

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    one word "entrapment". this is something NRA News, Cam Edwards just check into.

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    Its private property so yes, but it should be posted and you don't have to show them anything, most likely if you refuse they'll feel inferior and call po-po anyway. I carry anyway. I'll be damned if I get caught in a deathtrap like that when someone decides to start shooting.

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    Private security have no arrest powers they have to call local police to have you arrested.

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    A follow up to my previous post:

    Here is the mall's "Code of Conduct" from their web site. No mention of firearms in addition to none of the entrances being posted. Again, it's their property, they make the rules - even if those rules aren't fully enumerated anywhere. Carry it concealed and don't worry about it.

    This mall is practically a ghost town anyway. There are more empty storefronts than occupied ones. If management wants to drive away lawfully carrying customers, that is their prerogative.

    Tanglewood Mall*-* Code of Conduct

    Tanglewood Mall is committed to providing an enjoyable shopping experience for our guests. The following activities will not be accepted:

    Violations of the law.
    Any activity that threatens the safety of our guests, tenants, and/or employees.
    Any activity that threatens the property.
    Any activity that disrupts our pleasant, family-oriented shopping environment.
    Any activity that is inconsistent with the general purpose of the property: shopping, dining, or visiting offices for business purposes.
    Any activity which tends to disrupt the legitimate business of the property and its tenants.
    Tanglewood Mall is a smoke-free facility. Smoking is allowed only in designated areas outside of the mall and away from entrances.
    Guests who do not act responsibly may be asked to leave. Uncooperative guests may be arrested and prosecuted for criminal trespass. Tanglewood Mall prosecutes persons committing crimes on the property through the Virginia Court System, and may ban subjects from the property.

    Parking Lot Restrictions

    No soliciting
    No trespassing after hours
    No overnight parking (violators will be towed)

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    If it is their "policy", then by law it has to be posted according to STATE regulations regarding wording and size for permit holders. The signs that say "the unlicensed possession of a weapon is prohibited" etc. do not apply to permit holders period. Otherwise all that they can do is ask you to leave the property. They can not ask for your permit if you agree to leave.

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    Virginia has no signage regulations or standards.

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    They can ask for whatever they want. You can tell them to take a flying leap at a rolling doughnut.

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    If a weapon is properly concealed, how would anyone come to ask for a permit? Do they approach every shopper?

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