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This is a discussion on Local establishment refusing to acknowledge ccw permit. within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by tacman605 Personally I would just get a smaller knife yours is a bit of overkill. Like everyone has said, it'll be trespassing ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacman605 View Post
    Personally I would just get a smaller knife yours is a bit of overkill.
    Like everyone has said, it'll be trespassing because the owner/management have the right to ban most whatever they want on their premises.

    I think Glocksin is taking too much liberty in thinking it is ok or normal to unsheath a 7" blade in a public place let alone a bowling alley and not expect to draw attention and possibly be removed.

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    Why would you want to stay in a place and give money to a place, that is so anti ?
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    So, how to you bowl while carrying?! just a thought..... I don't have alot of IWB experience but I know that I couldn't bowl with mine unless I was wearing a parka. :)

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    Like others have said, if your trying to make a point after being told to leave an establishment for having a knife, gun or whatever, your clearly in the wrong. Unless you want a nice trip to jail, you leave the establishment with whatever weapon they want out of their place.

    Oh and yea, I would consider a more appropriate knife for daily carry. You might want to visit Washington Arkansas sometime and see where the Bowie Knife originated. I don't live to far from there but still choose to carry a folding defensive knive in my pocket.
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    I would not let anyone carry concealed on my property, licensed or not.
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    When asked to leave by management...do so immediately! Armed trespass is not a good thing to stay around for the LEOs to discuss with you.
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    If a weapon is properly concealed no one is going to ask you to leave. Cause they just don't know. Hummm where have I heard that before?
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    Sorry I'm late... here's the popcorn!
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    Why would you want to stay in a place and give money to a place, that is so anti ?

    Eagle no offense but what part of the OP makes this place anti gun? The OP pulls out a large fixed blade knife in the middle of a bowling alley, home to all sorts of people, and is told by the management he does not need to have it in there. He then attempts to show his license to carry a concealed handgun, which unless I am mistaken does not cover or have anything to do with carrying a Rambo blade, and they don't want to hear it. That is not being anti that is using common sense. This situation had nothing to do with carrying a firearm so the bowling alley can't be anti gun.
    As has been said by so many board members so many times, concealed is concealed, you pull out a weapon in public and get noticed then complain when they ask you to take the weapon out of their building.

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    Most people who ask to borrow a knife aren't expecting to get a machete. You might want to invest in a decent folding knife with a 4 inch blade or smaller for those discrete situations where someone needs to borrow a knife in public. JMHO
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    If it's not posted don't ask, don't tell, and for heaven's sake don't pull out a pigsticker in a public place!
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    I carry three knives on most days.

    With that said, I don't give someone my "Heart Tickler" when they ask to borrow a knife. I give them the folding pocket knife that resides in my pocket for just such situtions. It looks innocent, but looks can be deceiving in the hands of someone that knows what they are doing. The "Heart Tickler" and it's companion, as well as the bullet luanching weapons stay hidden.

    Now that we got that out of the way, I don't stay where I'm not wanted. If you don't want my guns and knives that means you don't want me there. FWIW: you would be hard pressed to find the weapons I carry on my person, as I do tend to keep things concealed. It creates less hassle that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deafdave3 View Post
    I would not let anyone carry concealed on my property, licensed or not.
    I can see why some one doesn't want a person flashing around a huge fixed blade, but you would object to someone carrying a firearm with a concealed carry?? I have to say...if you own a business you wouldn't have any of mine and if you are talking about your friends, I wouldn't be one of those either.. Being here I guess YOU carry concealed. I would not deny any friend from carrying concealed if they were permitted and I would also not expect any real friend to deny me the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    I can see why some one doesn't want a person flashing around a huge fixed blade, but you would object to someone carrying a firearm with a concealed carry?? I have to say...if you own a business you wouldn't have any of mine and if you are talking about your friends, I wouldn't be one of those either.. Being here I guess YOU carry concealed. I would not deny any friend from carrying concealed if they were permitted and I would also not expect any real friend to deny me the same.
    What he said.

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    95% of the time I carry a Victorinox Swiss Army Knife. When I hunt I carry a Shrade Old Timer Sharpfinger (<4" blade) or similar small skinner. A smaller blade is just more useful and practical. Big knives , big guns and oversized pick-up trucks have always make me wonder if the guy isn't trying to make up for physical shortfalls! Wanting to show it to everybody almost makes the argument.
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