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    Quote Originally Posted by Gallstones View Post
    MTV
    Staples (although they retracted)
    Bank of America
    Google (Nooooooooo!)
    7-Eleven.........7-Eleven!?
    Toys R Us (they don't sell toy guns?)
    Ben and Jerry's
    Disney
    The GAP
    Volkswagen (effing krauts)
    Actually, Toys r Us does still sell some guns: True Heroes 2 in 1 L.A.S.E.R. Blaster - Toys R Us - Toys "R" Us, True Heroes Nitro Blasters Laser Blaster 2-Pack - Toys R Us - Toys "R" Us, Toysrus.com, The Official Toys"R"Us Site - Toys, Games, & More, productId=11519534, Pirates of the Caribbean Jack Sparrow Pistol - Disguise Inc. - Toys "R" Us. These are all toy guns that are still in the realistic-looking category, especially with a little paint. They still sell the full line of Nerf, and a number of water guns as well, which some companies have taken off their shelves entirely. I understand that they don't sell the traditional toy guns any longer; their policy is pretty clear on that one, but a couple have managed to sneak through.

    TOY GUNS
    Recognizing our responsibility to provide a safe environment and safe products for our customers, we do not sell any toy gun that could be mistaken for a real gun. Toys“R”Us was the first retailer in the U.S. to adopt this policy, which has been in place since 1994.

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  3. #12

    10 Companies That Hate Guns.

    I go into a 7-11s almost daily, both in and out of uniform and always with a gun on. I've never once been asked to leave and even once had a clerk strike up a pleasant conversation about shooting once.

  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    I go into a 7-11s almost daily, both in and out of uniform and always with a gun on. I've never once been asked to leave and even once had a clerk strike up a pleasant conversation about shooting once.
    you are confusing the individual store owner with the parent corporation.

  5. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    you are confusing the individual store owner with the parent corporation.
    I'm not confused. Are you confused? Who gives a sh!t if some Japanese parent company is anti-gun? How does that affect American gun owners?I've never had a problem carrying into a 7-11 franchise so classifying them all as anti-gun is incorrect IMO.

  6. #15
    not very bright

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    10 Companies That Hate Guns.

    Is that an admission?

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    funny, I moved to OKC and me and the misses are getting ready to furnish our new home. Anyway, we weretotally surprise that a bunch of furniture store had gun buster signs up.
    Well, of course we fought about wether or not to go in. I lost. However, we both agreed to only buy in gun friendly stores. How stupid do you have to be in Oklahoma to put up a no guns sign.
    Everyone I know carries.

  9. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by caliyanks View Post
    funny, I moved to OKC and me and the misses are getting ready to furnish our new home. Anyway, we weretotally surprise that a bunch of furniture store had gun buster signs up.
    Well, of course we fought about wether or not to go in. I lost. However, we both agreed to only buy in gun friendly stores. How stupid do you have to be in Oklahoma to put up a no guns sign.
    Everyone I know carries.
    I just moved here from Indiana. I see a lot of no gun signs. As far as 7 11 they all have the little no gun sign at the bottom of the door. It must not be a priority with them.
    Certified NRA Firearms Instructor
    Oklahoma SDA Instructor
    Utah CCW Instructor

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    I don't know OK laws. do no gun signs have the force of law or is it like here in FLA, ignored until confronted?

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    OK does not have force of the law behind them. If asked to leave you must or be charged with trespassing. That's why I keep one on the ankle. I was asked once if I was carrying while in a Chuckie Cheese while with the kids when we lived in Indiana. One of the guys that worked there seen I had a Glock shirt on and asked if I had a gun. I said yes and he asked me if I would put it in my car. He didn't want his boss to ask him about it and he asked nice. So I did just because I did not want to ruin the kids time. I also knew I had a J frame on me and they didn't know.
    Certified NRA Firearms Instructor
    Oklahoma SDA Instructor
    Utah CCW Instructor

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