Where do you work that is 2A friendly?

Where do you work that is 2A friendly?

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    Where do you work that is 2A friendly?

    This seems like the only forum that this post won't seem out of place. I'm fixing to graduate college in May and while putting in resumes and trying to get a job I thought it'd be nice to know of companies that might be CC friendly. I'm not looking for a company war and as little or as much detail as you would like to share, but I'm just wondering do any of yall work now or in the past for a CC friendly company? In years past I have worked for my dad at his convenience store and he welcomes everybody that CC's.

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    Gun Shop.

    Edit: I don't work at one, but that's probably as 2A friendly as you can get.
    The problem with gun control is that drugs are already illegal.

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    At home with a flag out front

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowwalker View Post
    At home with a flag out front
    I think we have a winner.

    I was going to say gun companies, but now i'm not too sure. Think they would let you ccw in the office? Who knows.

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    My workplace is very 2A friendly. CCW is not just allowed it is encouraged. In fact, my workplace includes a safe that contains a number of firearms as well as ammunition. Everyone in my workplace is trained in the use of firearms. I should mention, I work from home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowwalker View Post
    At home with a flag out front
    I am a remote worker and that is exactly what my workplace looks like. The trend is to more remote workplace scenarios, I would look at companies with that option. It is not for everybody as there is limited interaction with coworkers, but something to think about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kapnketel View Post
    I am a remote worker and that is exactly what my workplace looks like. The trend is to more remote workplace scenarios, I would look at companies with that option. It is not for everybody as there is limited interaction with coworkers, but something to think about.
    Another remote worker here. I pack heat all day. Heck, if it gets uncomfortable I'll just pop it out of the holster and set it on the desk. Maybe unload it and do some dry firing trigger control exercises while I'm on the phone with customers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knotquiteawake View Post
    Another remote worker here. I pack heat all day. Heck, if it gets uncomfortable I'll just pop it out of the holster and set it on the desk. Maybe unload it and do some dry firing trigger control exercises while I'm on the phone with customers.
    Good time to do some gun cleaning and maintenance too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KoriBustard View Post
    Good time to do some gun cleaning and maintenance too.
    Good idea. This would require me to clean off enough space on my desk to be able to do that... sometimes "no accountability" can be a bad thing

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    Well, Since I work for myself I recon it is up to me. So me says yes. I have one employee and she will also be carriyng soon.
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    What kind of work are you looking for? What's your degree in?
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    The last place I worked was pretty gun friendly. Maintenance at a campground. Not some small willy nilly campground either. Over 700 acres. If this place had of had it's own stand alone Hydro plant and gas/diesel there would be no reason to leave ever. All the amenities minus a school.

    My 1st job at a welding/fab shop was uber 2A friendly. Show and Tell Fridays at lunchtime. From the Boss/owner to the guy at the bottom (me) 14 great guys and 1 grumpy Gus.
    I learned (self taught) basic welding there. They had 2 of the coolest Forklifts you ever saw. "Alice", Allis-Chalmers tractor and a Beast that was screamin' LOUD. Sometimes we built Fire Trucks there.

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