This is a discussion on Why is the Wally World Walk so important? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by wmhawth Actually, if you can navigate the place without shooting someone you can probably be trusted with a gun anywhere. actually i ...
Another place to go is the local New Age Hippie store. Here it is the food co-op. When you see all the bumper stickers of anti war you know what you find inside.
Last edited by SIGP250; May 2nd, 2010 at 12:16 AM.
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I started carrying before I starting using the internet, so I guessed I missed out on the WWW, lol.
I never understood the Wally Walk either, I hate shopping there. I did carry there one time when we had a gift card there that we had to use, but otherwise I try and avoid that place like the plague.
Because no matter what time of day or day of the week, there's always something you need from Wal Mart. Since you just got your permit, and you need to go there for something anyway, it's just the thing to do. I don't know what I would ever do if they posted WW. I wonder if WW as a company is supportive of carying in their stores (or if they just don't take an official position and just let it go as it may).
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Guns are like sex and air...its no big deal until YOU can't get any.
I have found that the Walmarts near me seem to be newer and more full of, what I consider to be, "normal" people. Now the grocery stores on the other hand..... the way people drive in the parking lots and push their carts around cause me to stare at my gun and think "oh man, if only....."
Started as a forum discussion topic that someone took seriously. Kinda got out of hand.
Government is out of control
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Since Missouri started their CCW, and working at Wally World, I've picked out several people doing the Wally Walk for their first time carrying. :)
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