Missouri Supermarket comes around on CCW...

Missouri Supermarket comes around on CCW...

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    Missouri Supermarket comes around on CCW...

    Looks like Schnucks supermarkets have finally come around on CCW. This makes the two largest supermarkets in the St. Louis area supporting CCW. Schnucks allows concealed-carry in stores after six-year ban - STLtoday.com


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    Good news. Seems like it took them a decade + to go from anti to accepting. At least they got there.
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    I love the one anti who comments 'why would you need a gun in a supermarket?' [paraphrased]
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    "We decided the Legislature had given our customers the right to carry, and we were going to honor that," said Steve Radcliff, Dierbergs' director of risk management."

    Hmm, I wonder what his avatar looks like on this forum.
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    All businesses need to realize that a 'Gun-Buster' sign is only going to:

    1) make the feel better,

    2a) off a CCW'er followed by a

    2b) a by a CCW'er

    3) notify a BG that this a 'gun-free' zone.


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    Good Job for Schnucks!

    I always wondered how they came with the name of that store? Sounds like someone sneezed in the middle of saying "Awww Shucks, Ma'am."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    I always wondered how they came with the name of that store?
    My guess would be a family name...agreed on the good job on their part. I never really expected them to come to this decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by falcon1 View Post
    My guess would be a family name...agreed on the good job on their part. I never really expected them to come to this decision.
    It is a family name. Schnuck Markets Inc. was founded in St. Louis by the family Schnuck.
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