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Old 03-11-2010, 08:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Open Carry Friendly Businesses ....

And those not so friendly. Here are a few to start out with. Please add to this list as you find out. Thank you!
As always please respect the wishes of those business owners that do not wish to allow open carry by not going in there armed. Just vote with your wallet.

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Starbucks
Some "Mills" malls (At least in Georgia)

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Arby's
California Pizza Kitchen
Ben and Jerry's
Simon Malls
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Old 03-11-2010, 08:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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McDonald's looks like its a NO to open carry: http://www.shootingillustrated.com/f...showentry=1127

I sent an e-mail to corporate to get an official opinion.

The weird corporate reply:

Thank you for taking the time to contact McDonald's. We appreciate and welcome this opportunity to share some information about our giving philosophy with you.



Children are at the heart of every community and, therefore, are the focus of McDonald's contributions. Our grants are targeted to special projects for children in the areas of health, education, sports and recreation, safety, employment, culture, and programs for the disabled.

We serve nearly 50 million people every day that represent a broad range of interests. For this reason, we do not fund programs that involve controversial issues in which many people, including our customers, employees and shareholders, may have deeply held, differing opinions, such as gun control.



Again, thank you for sharing your comments with us. Your trust and satisfaction in McDonald's are important to us, and we hope to have the opportunity to serve you again soon under the Golden Arches.



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Old 03-11-2010, 09:47 PM   #3 (permalink)
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http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/ has all the info you'll ever want.

I dunno where the exact section is, but there is a huge list somewhere on the site

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If you open carried at the TexasBBQRub facility, dad would probably want to go out in the back acre and fire a couple rounds to try out your shit.


On another note. My dad's lab DOES NOT like guns at the bbq rub house. It's fucking weird. He's perfectly fine when we're at the ranch. If I bring any gun into the rub place, his lab acts all fucked up and will run to dad like he's scared. Doesn't matter if he sees them or not. I guess he can smell the gun powder. Even if they're not loaded, he can somehow sense them. Think it happend cause one time I fired off a round in the back acre and his lab got scared

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California Pizza Kitchen - Gay founders.
Ben and Jerry's - Same as California Pizza Kitchen.
Doesn't surprise me.
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Please change Arby's to open carry - YES
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make your names like this so it is easier to see and therefore easier to combine in the first post

Good or green

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The Entire Fucking State of Texas
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http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/ has all the info you'll ever want.

I dunno where the exact section is, but there is a huge list somewhere on the site
Under the state section has alot better detail. It seems most corporate places will usually follow state law if asked/pushed.
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The Entire Fucking State of Texas
Yea that surprises me. Do they issue a lot of CCW's?
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How are you guys coming up with some kind of list that is useful on a national level?

Here in TN, there are *very* specific state laws that a business has to follow if they want to "post" that guns are not allowed on their property.

One of these:



Does not mean SQUAT here in Tennessee, unless is is accompanied by this:


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39-17-1359. Prohibition at certain meetings — Posting notice. —


(a) An individual, corporation, business entity or local, state or federal government entity or agent thereof is authorized to prohibit the possession of weapons by any person otherwise authorized by §§ 39-17-1351 — 39-17-1360, at meetings conducted by, or on property owned, operated, or managed or under the control of the individual, corporation, business entity or government entity. Notice of the prohibition shall be posted. Posted notices shall be displayed in prominent locations, including all entrances primarily used by persons entering the building, portion of the building or buildings where weapon possession is prohibited. If the possession of weapons is also prohibited on the premises of the property as well as within the confines of a building located on the property, the notice shall be posted at all entrances to the premises that are primarily used by persons entering the property. The notice shall be in English but a notice may also be posted in any language used by patrons, customers or persons who frequent the place where weapon possession is prohibited. In addition to the sign, notice may also include the international circle and slash symbolizing the prohibition of the item within the circle. The sign shall be of a size that is plainly visible to the average person entering the building, premises or property and shall contain language substantially similar to the following:

PURSUANT TO § 39-17-1359, THE OWNER/OPERATOR OF THIS PROPERTY HAS BANNED WEAPONS ON THIS PROPERTY, OR WITHIN THIS BUILDING OR THIS PORTION OF THIS BUILDING. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS PROHIBITION IS PUNISHABLE AS A CRIMINAL ACT UNDER STATE LAW AND MAY SUBJECT THE VIOLATOR TO A FINE OF NOT MORE THAN FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($500).

(b) Nothing in this section shall be construed to alter, reduce or eliminate any civil or criminal liability that a property owner or manager may have for injuries arising on their property.

(c) Any posted notice being used by a local, state or federal governmental entity on July 1, 2000, that is in substantial compliance with the provisions of subsection (a) of this section may continue to be used by the governmental entity.

(d) The provisions of this section shall not apply to title 70 regarding wildlife laws, rules and regulations.


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How are you guys coming up with some kind of list that is useful on a national level?

Here in TN, there are *very* specific state laws that a business has to follow if they want to "post" that guns are not allowed on their property.

One of these:



Does not mean SQUAT here in Tennessee, unless is is accompanied by this:
Almost NO place complies with that statute either.
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One of these:

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THE SILVER STATE (Nevada0 Has very liberal open carry laws most businesses allow O.C. minus the casinos, and most bars, I'll have to look into it around here and I'll post back after some findings to make sure.
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THE SILVER STATE (Nevada0 Has very liberal open carry laws most businesses allow O.C. minus the casinos, and most bars, I'll have to look into it around here and I'll post back after some findings to make sure.
Well, since I was born in Clark County, what about the Cat Houses ? Are they Meow or hisssssssssss ?

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Does not mean SQUAT here in Tennessee, unless is is accompanied by this:
It does in North Carolina, unfortunately. But at least we can OC here. Most hospitals and Doctor's offices are no-carry (where I spend most of my time).
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Yea that surprises me. Do they issue a lot of CCW's?

Texas is a SHALL issue state.. if you apply, and you have nothing in your background that would prevent it.. you WILL be issued a license..

however, the numbers are surprisingly low.. As of March 17, 2009 it was 327,560. with about 12,700 new licenses a month. (source) So you can estimate that Texas is at about 479,000 right now....
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unless its a church/tittay bar/bar etc,


*or*

a federal sign saying that i cannot carry in their store, then fawk em. *if* by chance they see me printing (which would be illigal in texas ..... fawkin cowboy shootem up state and i cant open carry ) then they can tell me to leave.
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