I go in peoples homes and places of business all day six days a week 14 hours a day for my work and have my Kahr .40 in a hybrid holster on me.
If the person knows me well enough and knows that I am a CCW advocate and asks me to leave my gun outside, I will decide if the person is worth seeing or not. If not, I won't go. Otherwise my gun goes with me wherever I am allowed to carry it.
You do have the right to tell people they can't carry weapons onto your private property. That's what "gun-free zone" signs are for. In the absence of this, expecting everyone to tell you they're carrying if they wouldn't tell anywhere else is unrealistic, IMO.
I suppose another option would be to place a clearing barrel by your front door. That's not exactly subtle. :smile:
I don't say crap. I would rather just stay off the subject.
Ouch! Someone hit a nerve and had better duck and cover.
It's just as easy to turn this around. If you visit somebody else in their home, do you expect them to tell you if they have guns on the premises, or on their person? Sure, it's their home, but wouldn't it be a "courtesy" for them to let you know?
Sounds ridiculous, right?