This is a discussion on Pro 2A businesses that we should go to. within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; There have been several threads regarding places that have gun buster signs and policies. After reading some of them, I wonder, what’s left? What restaurants, ...
There have been several threads regarding places that have gun buster signs and policies. After reading some of them, I wonder, what’s left?
What restaurants, stores, and businesses are you aware of that you know support the 2A and welcome concealed or open carry into their establishments? Now I realize that places are not likely to post “Carry Welcome” or “Everyone's Packing” signs on their door, but it would be helpful to know what places that you go to that you know allow people to carry.
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My barbershop has a sign posted on the door - "Firearms Welcome".
Tom's Barbershop, 79th & Burleigh, Milwaukee, WI.
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I think Chick-Fil-A is a strong 2A supporter too. But we don't have any in Michigan.
Since Starbucks didn't give in to major public pressure to restrict their policy any more than the given state each shop is located in I would consider them supportive.
That said, I ain't paying that much for coffee. But that's besides the point!
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This little town i'm in, i've seen one business with the no cc.The sign doesn't mean a thing.It's not the legal sign they are required to put up,if they don't want guns in their business.
I just accidentally posted this in the other thread about the 'anti' businesses, but I meant to put it here...
What about Banks and Credit Unions? Anyone know of a decidedly Pro-2a one of those?
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Publix Grocery Stores
Kroger Grocery Stores
Fernando's (my favorite Mexican restaurant)
Bullseye Indoor Range & Gun Shop
The Yarn Garden Knit Shop (my wife says half the knitters in her group carry)
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I have a "Legally Concealed Firearms Welcome" sign on the window of my veterinary practice. It's been up for about 2 years I think, I've had nothing but positive comments from my clients. Has started many an interesting conversation about firearms, RTKBA, etc in our waiting room!