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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by kengrubb View Post
    Then you should know that carrying into a place with signs saying "No Guns Allowed", unless there's a restriction under state or federal law, isn't a crime to carry in there without telling anyone.

    I'll second that post.

    I'm also a Nevada instructor who has a WA permit and a second home in Tacoma. I'm am 100% with netentity regarding the OP's post.
    I've had my WA permit since 04/1972 and I would NEVER consider asking a flunky door greeter at Wal-Mart if I could carry in the store. EVER.


    KG
    I have a perfect body. It's in the trunk and starting to stink.

    NEVADA & UTAH CCW Instructor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canis-Lupus View Post
    Hey Dude,
    Just drop it 'K? U R not in my shoes. Outa state laws about guns I care less about.
    If you walked your dog, would U ask 1st if you could bring your German Shepherd into any place, assuming it was OK and barge right in with Rover? Well buster U can't act like that without creating probs for you, the dog and the establishment/area or private property. NO U ask 1st, or U can get into problems. But asking may put more places posting 'No Pets' right? A dog can B a weapon. Don't drag me into your non-WA state mindset/state laws. Please leave this thread and go post to your own state CCW law thread.

    C-L
    You having a bad day or are you really this naive? Before you tell me to surf elsewhere, I grew up in Tacoma and my entire family still lives there. WA was my first permit over 37 years ago. I think I have as much right as any other Washingtonian to post here in this thread and in the WA forum in general.

    IMO, threads like this pop up as a result of no training requirements. If you can fog a mirror, you can get a WA permit.

    I am severely hearing impaired and the dog in my avatar was my hearing ear dog for 9 years before I retired her.
    I never asked if I could enter a business establishment with my dog. I was challenged many times and ended up providing education for the proprietors. If they still wanted to humiliate me in public, I just threatened them with a law suit under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

    Just like netentity lives by his sig line. KNOW THE LAW. DON'T ASK. DON'T TELL.

    I think the OP would be well served to find a WA CCW instructor. You'd be surprised at what you learn. There's that old saying: You don't know what you don't know.

    Know what I mean, Vern?
    I have a perfect body. It's in the trunk and starting to stink.

    NEVADA & UTAH CCW Instructor

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    As far as the alcohol issue goes in WA, if you went to a Denny's that served beer and wine, feel free to sit anywhere. They must have an area restricted to patrons over 21 or it's game on. Feel free to have a beer while you're at it.
    I have a perfect body. It's in the trunk and starting to stink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canis-Lupus View Post
    Hey Dude,
    Just drop it 'K? U R not in my shoes. Outa state laws about guns I care less about.
    If you walked your dog, would U ask 1st if you could bring your German Shepherd into any place, assuming it was OK and barge right in with Rover? Well buster U can't act like that without creating probs for you, the dog and the establishment/area or private property. NO U ask 1st, or U can get into problems. But asking may put more places posting 'No Pets' right? A dog can B a weapon. Don't drag me into your non-WA state mindset/state laws. Please leave this thread and go post to your own state CCW law thread.

    C-L

    I think If you had your dog properly concealed everything would be cool man.

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    This is an old thread guys. Canis hasn't even logged in since the spring.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Teamdigit View Post
    I've had my WA permit since 04/1972 and I would NEVER consider asking a flunky door greeter at Wal-Mart if I could carry in the store. EVER.


    KG
    I never ask either. I just open carry right on past them. Never had an issue with the greeter and only once with a manager who asked me to conceal it as I was checking out 30 ft from the door on my way out!


    Quote Originally Posted by Teamdigit
    If you can fog a mirror, you can get a WA permit.
    Personally, that's the way I think it should be. It's closer to the intention of the Constitution that way. Now if they would just quit charging money for them!

    Quote Originally Posted by Teamdigit
    As far as the alcohol issue goes in WA, if you went to a Denny's that served beer and wine, feel free to sit anywhere. They must have an area restricted to patrons over 21 or it's game on. Feel free to have a beer while you're at it.
    +1. You're a pretty cool guy, Teamdigit, even if you are the graverobber of old threads!

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    I was wondering where this guy went. Hadn't seen him post in a long time.. guess he got his feelings hurt?
    Gun control: Forcing a 95lb woman to fist fight a 300lb rapist

  9. #28
    moons over my hammy

  10. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by rockwerks View Post
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    Walmart is asking you to turn in those managers who restrict your CPL i their stores:

    Wal-Mart's Policy About Concealed Weapons on Their Premises

    For those of you who have encountered "NO CONCEAL CARRY" signs on your local Wal-Mart front doors. The reason why the signs are up is because they are in the computer. When a store manager orders new signs, if that manager is anti-gun, he can order those signs and put them up. The Wal-Mart corporate policy goes against these managers. You can call up Wal-Mart and tell them that said manager is going against the corporate policy and the signs will be taken down. I know because this has happened a couple of times here in South Carolina and it has been pursued and the signs have been removed.

    wal mart corp hq 800-925-6278 - legal dept 479-273-4505 legal department

    Walmart stores
    702 south wewt 8th St
    Bentonville Arkansas
    72716-0215

    Below is the letter I received from corporate HQ to confirm what I am referring to:

    DATE: Friday, April 16,1999 2:13 PM

    Subject: RE: Firearms

    Thank you for contacting Wal-Mart regarding our concealed handgun policy. Wal-Mart was founded by Sam Walton on three basic principles. Strive for Excellence, Service to our Customers, and Respect for the Individual. It is that respect for the individual that led us to create the current policy pertaining to concealed handguns.

    The following is our policy......If a Wal-Mart customer has been awarded a concealed handgun license by the state government, Wal-Mart will follow the direction of the state. However, if at anytime while on Wal-Mart property, that customer's concealed weapon becomes visible to Wal-Mart associates or customers, Wal-Mart reserves the right to ask the customer to either reposition the weapon so that it will not be visible, to remove the weapon completely or to leave Wal-Mart property, With the exception of law enforcement personnel, Wal-Mart does not allow any exposed weapons to be worn or carried in public view on Wal-Mart property or in Wal-Mart stores. Customers other than law enforcement personnel wearing or carrying a weapon in an exposed manner will be asked to leave the property immediately.

    We appreciate your concern and trust that this message has addressed your concerns regarding this issue.

    Thank you,

    Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

    Why dont you read and know your rights
    I OC in WallyWorld all the time with no problems. It has been my experience talking with Walmart Corp that they follow state and local laws regarding firearm carry.

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    Why is it that people that don't get the answer they want throw a hissy fit?

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