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    Pro-Gun Companies

    I'm trying to compile a list of companies that are "Pro-gun"... basically companies that have a "We follow state law" policy. Here are the ones I know of.

    Lowe's
    Starbucks
    Wal-Mart
    Barnes & Noble
    Best Buy


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    Cabela's. Off the top of my head.

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    Home Depot.

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    PetSmart AFAIK
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    I hope you're right. I spend a small fortune there keeping my two 70# furry pawed alarm system well fed. And since I'm always carrying, I am when inside their stores. I can only imagine that I occasionally print with my 4" Python when I'm picking up a 40 pound bag of dry food. No one has ever noticed or raised an issue if they have and I never see a sign about carrying on any of their stores. Good for them.
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    Bass Pro Shops and Gander Mountain also come to mind.
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    Besides the obvious ones, anyone else know any other "Big Box Mart" type stores that allow carry either openly or concealed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NativH View Post
    I hope you're right. I spend a small fortune there keeping my two 70# furry pawed alarm system well fed. And since I'm always carrying, I am when inside their stores. I can only imagine that I occasionally print with my 4" Python when I'm picking up a 40 pound bag of dry food. No one has ever noticed or raised an issue if they have and I never see a sign about carrying on any of their stores. Good for them.
    what bread of 70#furry pawed alarms
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro2A View Post
    Besides the obvious ones, anyone else know any other "Big Box Mart" type stores that allow carry either openly or concealed?
    Sam's Club
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