This is a discussion on Interesting conversation at Walmarts tonight within the Open Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by HotGuns I am. People that think like that are getting old and dying off. Its not like anyone is learning much in ...
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Archer, Its people like you that help paint the 2A in a positive light.
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My grandmother was pretty smart, come to think about it she could also shoot!!
That is awesome!
I was asked to put my firearm in my truck while in Walmart... I tired talking to the assistant manager about Walmarts policy but she didn't know it (not a surprise) does anyone have the actual policy for walmart in writing saying it follows state laws when dealing with firearms?
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If you find yourself in a fair fight your tactics stink.
The older generation (mine) need to teach the younger generations about our rights because the schools are not doing it. Grandparents need to make sure their granchildren know the truth because many schools teach them lies.
Thats about the only hope that this great country of ours has left.The older generation (mine) need to teach the younger generations about our rights because the schools are not doing it. Grandparents need to make sure their granchildren know the truth because many schools teach them lies.
One major problem is that lots of kids dont even know who their real parents are, never mind their Grandparents.
I would rather stand against the cannons of the wicked than against the prayers of the righteous.
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She must be one of those Nazi redneck extremist that Homeland Security wants on their list, better put the grandkid on there too.
Good for her.... for teaching her grandson.