The VCDL keeps a pretty good list. Virginia Citizens Defense League, Inc. (VCDL)
This is a discussion on Which businesses don't want our business? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I've seen some posts dealing with particular establishments that aren't carry-friendly, but it would be nice to round them all up into one post. Who ...
I've seen some posts dealing with particular establishments that aren't carry-friendly, but it would be nice to round them all up into one post.
Who has posted signs?
The only one I have seen around here is Buffalo Wild Wings.
Don't believe what you hear and only half of what you see!
I would rather have a list of people who want my business, Starbucks come to mind...i that list out there...
About three months ago I saw that the movie theater that I frequently see movies at has a sign at the bottom of the door (about ankle height) that says no firearms. I continue to ignore it as it is not in a conspicuous place.
Try these lists.
NRA-ILA :: National Organizations With Anti-Gun Policies
And don't forget, the 2 ways our voices get heard clearly is 1) with our votes 2) with our money.
Vote and spend your money however you'd like, but just think about what that will lead to.
Mr Sig, Conspicuous space or not, a sign posted here in Colorado is just a sign posted to make others happy. You can legally carry in an establishment with a posted sign if you wish to donate money to them. However, you'll need to leave immediately if you're asked to do so.
I'm at the point now, I dont even look for signs unless it's blatantly obvious in front of my face. Even then, if I need to go in, I don't let a sign stop me from doing what I need to.
Alf87 - That is my understanding as well. I hate to donate money to places like that but my wife really likes that movie theater. And actually almost every movie theater I've been to here in Colorado has those signs. It has become hard to go see a movie and not donate money to places that have those signs.
Mr Sig, I agree. I havent seen any obvious signage at the Cinemark Theaters off of Powers here in the Springs. I remember looking for them when I first started to CCW here but I never saw any signs.
My deputy colleagues assure me that a permit holder can ignore all the signs because they have no force of law. This is probably why I make no effort to look for them anymore.
I have noticed signs at the Cinemark Theater in Fort Collins but no signs at the one in Boulder. Every AMC I have been to has signs. We like going to the AMC at the Promenade (104th and 36).
I have heard a rumor that Costco has a "No Guns Allowed" company policy. However, when i went to my local store, i did not see a sign anywhere, and the clerk at customer service had no clue of such a rule.
I do know that Jared's Jewelry is strict about their no-gun policy, as is Tuesday Mornings.
You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is 'never try'. -Homer Simpson
What a good line! Taken from the Virginia Citizens link...
Ignoring the fact that permit holders are among the most law abiding people in the Commonwealth, Richbrau owner Mike Byrne has decided to ban all guns in his restaurant. One has to wonder how many people have been harmed at his restaurant, and on the way home by firearms, as contrasted with the number harmed as a result of the alcohol he serves?
It is utterly illogical to believe that passing laws to reduce gun violence will be successful when those who are commiting the gun violence do not obey the law.
The Barrywoods AMC in KC MO had no signs that I saw when I was there a few weeks ago.
Either you are a weapon and your gun is a tool or your gun is a weapon and you are the tool.
seems the north corolina state park don't want our business EITHER, so i will stay out of there parks. no problem, there are many other parks around to hike saftly..