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"No Weapons Allowed" Poll

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View Poll Results: Would you be interested in and find useful a website for "No Weapon" establishments?

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  • Yes, what's the web address???

    214 73.04%
  • No, I already have a source for this information.

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  • Maybe.

    51 17.41%
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    Yes indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sspargo View Post
    Okay, I have secured a domain name (several actually). I am researching ways to proceed.

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    Sweet I'll frequent that site often when you get it up

    I think not only establishments but as said above big corporations would be nice. I feel that if a business doesnt want to respect our 2A right then I dont want to spend my hard earned money there because for all I know they could use that money to rally against us.

    And we all know that its safer to be in a place where we can carry as those signs are a big bullseye for potential shooters so even if just for the safety of my family I wouldnt want to go in there.

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    In Colorado, RMGO has a Merchant Awareness Program for just this purpose.

    Merchant Awareness Program Index

    Also available are these cards we hand out to offending merchants (specially sized for the visually impared):

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    Quote Originally Posted by sspargo View Post
    I apologize but I'm a little slow here. Can you explain what you mean?
    I like the idea of a website that tells us which businesses are against concealed carry. However if the sign says no guns, whether it has legal standing or not, then you should not go in there. The property owners have asked you not to bring them in and unfortunatley the state has not made it illegal to violate the rights of the property owners. If they say no guns, then do not spend money there.

    What you can do is explain to them why you won't shop there. An email or a letter can be effective. And if enough people inform them, well they will probably take down the signs.

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    I'd love to see a web site that lists businesses that do not allow carry state by state. But I think this has been tried before and hasn't really worked.
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    When it comes to these "No Guns" signs I'm of the mindset that unless I see some "N.R.S." (Nevada Revised Statute) with this sign I tend to ignore it. If they can't quote any specific law I don't feel obligated to just follow their suggestion.

    Plus, as others have already said, concealed means "concealed."
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    I wonder if WA has a list of businesses against legal concealed carry
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    I would hope that we could locate some website that would inform us pro gun people of places to avoid. If they can't accept the fact that we have to go through a background check, qualifications, etc. as part of the process it's their loss. I don't recall seeing a business that has an anti-gun sign sentiment. If I did I would be the first to add them to a website that we could boycott. If they don't want us in their businesses, so be it!
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    If they post, I don't go in. Exceptions: Post Offices and Schools. I avoid courtrooms!
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    No. There already is one for Michigan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wjh2657 View Post
    If they post, I don't go in. Exceptions: Post Offices and Schools. I avoid courtrooms!

    I thought post offices, there were no excepetions as it's federal? Public schools are 100% legal to carry in Oregon.
    It is utterly illogical to believe that passing laws to reduce gun violence will be successful when those who are commiting the gun violence do not obey the law.

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    I think it would be great for traveling. Even better if people from the area or padding through could add and remove places from the list
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    Talking

    I guess the word is passing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccman View Post
    Yes I think it would be great and for us who travel We could spend our $ else where.
    Yes i agree.

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    heck ya man, that's a awsome idea.

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