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    Is it common for a gun store to disallow concealed carry inside their store

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    Not around here. Some have a sign that says to notify them prior to bringing in a firearm for sale or trade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by echotango View Post
    Is it common for a gun store to disallow concealed carry inside their store

    NO. not only is it UNcommon but I would NEVER step foot in there let alone spend any money!
    What state are you in and NAME this shop.

    Here is what we are doing in southern Arizona to call businesses out: www.BagTucson.com

    Boycott these anti-gunners!

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    I have never been in one. Not saying they don't exist.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

  6. Thanks for the feedback. The name of the store is Arizona Shooting Range and Emporium 4325 N. State Rd. Ft. Lauderdale FL. I stopped by today, saw the sign, and turned around and left. I intend to give them a call tomorrow but I wanted a little feedback first

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    Tell them we, actually IN "Arizona", think they are hypocrits!
    and in the REAL Arizona - we don't Eat our Own like this!

    BOYCOTT this place!

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    I've seen signs for no loaded firearms in multiple stores in Florida. I'm assuming that covered CCW.


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    I don't know if they still have the sign up / policy still in place, but there is a place called "French Creek Outfitters" in Phoenixville, PA that disallowed any non-employee carry.

    They have an indoor range there, and had my usual carry weapon with me, plus some others to shoot, and a Kel-Tec fold-up rifle (unloaded, of course). It is legal to carry an unloaded long gun in PA. I got yelled at because both the Kel-Tec wasn't covered, and I was open carrying. Both of which, I was told, was against store policy.

    Also, when done shooting at that range, we were required to clear the weapon and show it to the rangemaster, which I did. Since this was my carry weapon, I then put a fresh magazine in, racked the slide, and holstered it (concealed). When I came out of the range area, I was told not to do that again.

    That was the last time I was there.

  10. WT's gun range and gun shop in Goldsboro NC bans guns in their store even though they give the concealed handgun course. They got big signs on both doors as you walk in. "All guns must be in a closed container. All ammo must be in a closed container. NO CONCEALED weapons."

    NOTE: Four Seasons gun shop on Ash street in Goldsboro has never asked me to leave while OC'ing in their store.

    "Business goes where it is welcome and stays where it is well treated". (NO GUNS = NO MONEY)

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    We have one here for sure that bans loaded firearms from being carried into the store. It's Gun World in Harrisville (Western), Pa. The sign is pretty prominent at the front door. Several others here including mine have no such bans.

    I haven't been to a gun show in this area without having to leave mine in the car or display it as being unloaded when entering. I assume that the practice is pretty common at gun shows elsewhere.

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