This is a discussion on COSTCO firearms policy within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by noway2 Apparently by your statements below, you haven't gotten my stance straight. In both of my posts I acknowledged that an activity ...
And to the validity of a skydiving school vs COSTCO...they reserve the right to refuse service to anyone they choose. I might not like their assumption that Im reckless or a danger, but i will respect their wishes and not do so. But then again, please, go ahead. Knock on the devils door long enough and sooner or later somebody will answer. Have a super day kid!
@tricolordad: Are we even talking about the same subject here? From the first post:Now how the hell does that have anything to do with:We've shopped at Costco for years, and while I have looked for no-weapons signs, I've never seen any. Nevertheless, Costco has the following policy in full display on their websiteOr are you just mad because I didn't acquiesce at your trying to play the "I served in the military card?" No, I am not playing dumb. I think that this thread has gone off into extreme whacky-ville trying to equate a possibly dangerous situation during a specific physical activity with being out in the general public. So, carrying concealed at Costco is being reckless and a danger.... right, that makes perfect sense."We both understand what I pointed out, with a few exceptions. Military experience is what separates the men from the boys when pertaining to armed conflict, which you are sure to cause with your reckless and illegal behavior. Whats impressive is your degree of ignorance of a man's career dedication to the practice of war...aka KILLING.
The additional comment about carrying in a rangers place of business after being told it was prohibited was pointing out the fragility of your decision making process. I will repeat, it has nothing to do with my service. nothing to do with my service.....
Last edited by tricolordad; September 10th, 2012 at 02:19 PM. Reason: Clarity
The last several pages of posts have generated far more heat than light, so this one is done.
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