US Bancorp – Keep Your Legal Guns Out of Our Banks

US Bancorp – Keep Your Legal Guns Out of Our Banks

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    US Bancorp – Keep Your Legal Guns Out of Our Banks

    I don't use them because they are just too expensive, but now, I will definitely NOT use them.

    US Bancorp: Keep Your Legal Guns Out of Our Banks - Or Else
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    Not my bank !! Maby bloomys
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    Now we can make a choice to keep our legal money out of there banks too!!
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    They should keep felons out of their businesses who carry weapons.

    Oh ... can't do that, can't find the felons? Surprise, surprise.

    Jumping on upstanding customers isn't hardly going make anyone safer, least of all by boosting the "defenseless sheep zone" mentality that many robbers have of such heavily-posted places. What we really need, instead, is ~90%+ of citizens carrying heavy means of their own protection, such that the success rate for violent felons approaches zero. That's cure the threats, in time. But disarming everyone or kicking out everyone who's armed won't get there, ever.

    Of course, they'll never see it. No my money.
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    Some folks can see the trends of those businesses who made the same mistake - some folks have to pee on the electric fence themselves I reckon

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    We do not have them in my neck of the woods but if I were to get such a letter from my bank I will gladly comply by banking elsewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExactlyMyPoint View Post
    I don't use them because they are just too expensive, but now, I will definitely NOT use them.

    US Bancorp: Keep Your Legal Guns Out of Our Banks - Or Else
    I would have been much more impressed had the report included a copy of the actual letter to an actual customer, as opposed to a very suspiciously-worded description of a letter supposedly sent to an anonymous customer.
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    That wouldn't fly in Texas. They could put up a billboard over their building, it would mean squat here.

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    Legal carriers are not the problem, wake up.

    Someone intent on robbing a bank is not going to reconsider because of a sign.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDW4ME View Post


    Legal carriers are not the problem, wake up.
    Unfortunately, there seem to be a sufficient number of dumb @$$3$ that have permits making the news showing the world otherwise. These idiots piss me off more than the criminals.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    I would have been much more impressed had the report included a copy of the actual letter to an actual customer, as opposed to a very suspiciously-worded description of a letter supposedly sent to an anonymous customer.
    There's a link in the article to a scan of the letter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdprof View Post
    There's a link in the article to a scan of the letter.
    Yes, there is and the phone number shown for the bank on the alleged letter is actually listed for a Nissan dealership in Glendale, Wisconsin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    Yes, there is and the phone number shown for the bank on the alleged letter is actually listed for a Nissan dealership in Glendale, Wisconsin.
    Ah ha then I wont go to Glendale Wi to buy a Nissan should I ever blow up my 86 F150
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    I would have been much more impressed had the report included a copy of the actual letter to an actual customer, as opposed to a very suspiciously-worded description of a letter supposedly sent to an anonymous customer.
    There was link to a copy of the letter.

    Here is the link: http://www.ammoland.com/wp-content/u...lf-Defense.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    Yes, there is and the phone number shown for the bank on the alleged letter is actually listed for a Nissan dealership in Glendale, Wisconsin.
    Heh, good catch. Guess somebody had too much time on their hands.
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