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    Quote Originally Posted by nogods View Post
    He is saying he can't afford to protect his bank so he needs his customers to play security guard for him.
    Now now nogods, comments like that push this thread dangerously close to a topic of often discussed sillyness. Next thing you know someone will ask if the bank owner plans to hand out badges for that. And then someone will chime in with,

    Quote Originally Posted by One of NavyLCDR's Constitutional Trolls
    "We don't need no stinkin badges!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by unclewayne17 View Post
    I wish ALL the banks had this mind set going.
    It's not necessarily the bank. In Tennessee it is unlawful to carry in a bank... Missouri, too, if my memory serves.
    Let's hear it for Gun Free Zones... Public places where the criminal has a monopoly
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    Quote Originally Posted by nogods:217522
    He is saying he can't afford to protect his bank so he needs his customers to play security guard for him.
    Next he'll be inviting customers to bring their own vaults to lock up their money.
    Riiiiiiiiggghhhht.......anyways...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WB9IIE View Post
    It's not necessarily the bank. In Tennessee it is unlawful to carry in a bank... Missouri, too, if my memory serves.
    Not illegal down here.

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    Why the hell should it be illegal to carry in a bank, post office or any where else? "Gun free zones" are arguab;y the most dangerous places in the country except for Chicago and DC.
    Si vis pacem, para bellum.

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    Legally concealed should not be a problem in states where CCP's are required. Open carry I can understand some places having a problem with it - mainly because of other customers whining about it being visible.

    Thugs are going to carry concealed anyway.
    "FIRE IN THE HOLE"

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