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Some have asked what the previous issues were, and for the most part, it was locking me inthe range with two buzzer locks (I have to be buzzed in / out), yet often the "range master" (s) would be chatting away and not notice people waiting / knocking on window / waving / to get out. I want to also point out, I had no problem with Bass Pro looking at the bag I brought in. I even went to open it, and the greeter said "DON'T OPEN THE BAG." This is after the stated theft concern (reason for the questions) and it had been clarified that there was not a gun I the bag.
The only negative interaction I ever verbalised, in store, at Bass Pro prior to last weekend, was the day before Labor day (three years ago). After making an ammo purchase (at the gun counter), I noticed they charged me regular price, and the items were on sale. I went to the service desk (within two minutes of the purchase). At first they accused me of switching the ammo. This angered me a bit, because: #1 The ammo is behind the counter at the gun counter. #2 The UPC on my receipt matched the ammo. My voice may have raised a bit, but I refused to talk to that person other then to say I would like to talk to the manager. Manager resolved. I let the manager know it ws just a simple mistake, but give the jump to conclusion / accusation, I had not felt comfortable explaining to the person at the service counter.
I simply don't like people asking me for my CC permit and details of what I am carrying. I resolved this issue in the past by jusr CC every item. This weekend, because my wife had a new gun, I needed a few items, and more ammo of various types, to work out a few things. Only had two guns with us. My Glock 31 (that was not printing), as I had a fall coa on as did 70% of everyone else). She had her new Ruger LCP. I was not asked what firearm I would be using at the range. My wife, who had rolled up targets under her arms, who stated more then once to the same person asking me questions, that she had a CC permit, was never asked what she was carrying.
I think the private property statements are a bit out of place. I simply want to be treated like every other customer, and just because I CC, does not mean I should have to provide such detailed information. All they needto do is say no firearms can be used on the range other then those inspected.
I don't like the demand of seeing my CC permit, demanding I disclose all firearms I am carrying, and the suggestion that when I leave I will need to show some associate or manager my CCed firearm because I might be stealing.