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Unread 01-24-2013, 06:01 AM   #16
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The BWW nearest me doesn't have a sign. As of monday night anyway.

Many jurisdictions prohibit gun possession inside bars or places with alcohol by law.

Here in Indiana, that sign means nothing. They'll have to get me for trespassing if I refuse to leave (which I wouldn't refuse, that's irresponsible gun ownership).

I respect their right to prohibit guns on their property. If my local location puts one up, I'll quit eating there in protest.

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Unread 01-24-2013, 06:07 AM   #17
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I wonder if a armed robber will heed the sign or consider it easy pickings since everyone inside is unarmed?
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Unread 01-24-2013, 06:12 AM   #18
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I wonder if a armed robber will heed the sign or consider it easy pickings since everyone inside is unarmed?
They wi clearly pass on because guns are not allowed there... Duh
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Unread 01-24-2013, 06:43 AM   #19
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Slow your troll roll.

The OP made none of the assertions, yet you without hesitating assert your asinine assumptions to attack their and other's characters.
X2 I agree with chowner as well. The OP simply stated they lost his business, which is his right to state, just as it is BWW right to ban on their premises.
I never have liked their wings, so it's no loss to me or them.
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Dammit, can't go to Chick-fil-A, can't go to Buffalo Wild Wings. I swear, if some uppity ethical bull**** ruins Twin Peaks for me, I'll be mighty pee-o'd.
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Technically..... at least in South Carolina.... you are not supposed to conceal carry in an establishment that serves alcohol so I really don't see what the big deal is.
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The OP simply stated they lost his business, which is his right to state, just as it is BWW right to ban on their premises.
That is exactly what I was doing. Nothing more, nothing less.

WhiteOut, you read my two sentences and made a laundry list of unrelated assertions. Obviously reading comprehension isn't your strong suit.
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Unread 01-24-2013, 01:26 PM   #23
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Most BW3s have banned guns for a while. But most state laws don't allow you to carry there anyway since they serve open alcohol.
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Unread 01-24-2013, 01:29 PM   #24
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Technically..... at least in South Carolina.... you are not supposed to conceal carry in an establishment that serves alcohol so I really don't see what the big deal is.
same here in NC... really we didnt lose anything here
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I'll just tell them I couldn't read the sign, then sue them because their rule wasn't available in audio and braille formats.
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I have a concealed carry permit, part of the deal is it stays concealed. As long as it is concealed BWW will not know I have it. I strongly believe I would never need a gun inside of a BWW, but if for some crazy unlikely reason I did I would be willing to pay the consequences to protect my family.
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Technically..... at least in South Carolina.... you are not supposed to conceal carry in an establishment that serves alcohol so I really don't see what the big deal is.
Not in Ohio A couple years ego we passed a law for that exact reason. You can drink anywhere that sells liquor, provided there isn't a defense free zone sign on the door, and you aren't consuming alcohol. People were pretty up in arms about it when it happened. I'm still waiting for these alcohol fueled killing sprees that were supposed to happen because of it.

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Are people so dumb they don't know what a private business can and can't do? There is no constitutionally protected right to carry where you want to. And to think that this kind of thing infringes on your rights is just plain ignorance.

All these places that are distancing themselves from guns won't go under becuase of it. Chances are that they will do the same amount of business.
And CCW holders are free to take their business elsewhere In Ohio there were businesses that put up signs after the passing of the CCW law, but later removed them when once people started writing letters saying they would be supporting their competitors. My money may not be much, but when the number of people in my state is at 300,000+ and continuously rising, it may influence businesses to think twice before turning away good law abiding citizens.
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Unread 01-24-2013, 04:47 PM   #28
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Not in Ohio A couple years ego we passed a law for that exact reason. You can drink anywhere that sells liquor, provided there isn't a defense free zone sign on the door, and you aren't consuming alcohol. People were pretty up in arms about it when it happened. I'm still waiting for these alcohol fueled killing sprees that were supposed to happen because of it.



And CCW holders are free to take their business elsewhere In Ohio there were businesses that put up signs after the passing of the CCW law, but later removed them when once people started writing letters saying they would be supporting their competitors. My money may not be much, but when the number of people in my state is at 300,000+ and continuously rising, it may influence businesses to think twice before turning away good law abiding citizens.
Had somebody telling me in Ohio, there is a data base being built to list all the businesses that arent CCW friendly. Offending businesses are warned that they are going to be put on a list for prohibiting CC, if they continue to refuse CC , they are put on the list for the gun carrying public to look up on line. My understanding is, some places do comply. Didnt catch where to find the list.
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Unread 01-24-2013, 04:51 PM   #29
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this reminds me of the chic-filet thing with gays...


but i will admit it does sound a bit....arrogant? the way they worded it. "bans guns on these premises"
could have just put "weapons not permitted" like every other ****ing business does...

it just makes it clear where they stand with guns
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Unread 01-24-2013, 04:58 PM   #30
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'Ban' is a bit of an extremist word that's thrown around a lot these days, especially in the media. They should have just went with 'prohibited' or something.
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