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    opry mills mall

    Going to opry mills and was wondering if anyone has been there after
    It has been reopened and was wondering about no gun signs

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    Just go in through the Bass Pro Shop

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    I have been out to the mall several times since the theater re-opened. I exclusively use the entrance closest to the theater and there is no sign on any of those doors.

    Now, about 10-20 feet inside the doors there is a sign that lists the mall's rules. IIRC, their no weapons rule is nearly the last one. The mall is nowhere near being in compliance with the law.

    The theater has made an attempt to be in compliance, but the tiny portion of the window decal (placed at the bottom of the entrances close to the ticket booth) is not easily noticeable.

    I had carried concealed (back in December) past that sign at least 1 time before I even noticed there was a "info" decal with a fine print gunbuster.

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    Went to the mall last night. I went in by Rain Forest saw no signs except for the mall rules. not in compliance all in all a good trip.

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    I believe the policy is posted on signs around the edge of the property / entrances to the parking lots. None of which have the legislated gun buster sign. I wait to hear from a permit holder who is stopped in the mall.

    FYI: The no weapons policy has been there since the mall originally opened. Fat lot of good it did Steve McNair.
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    [QUOTE=HvyMtl;1732427]I believe the policy is posted on signs around the edge of the property / entrances to the parking lots. None of which have the legislated gun buster sign. I wait to hear from a permit holder who is stopped in the mall.

    FYI: The no weapons policy has been there since the mall originally opened. Fat lot of good it did Steve McNair.[/QUOTE

    Not sure what Steve McNair has to do with the mall but if he was at home with his wife instead of in his apt downtown with his G/F,he might still be alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HvyMtl View Post
    I believe the policy is posted on signs around the edge of the property / entrances to the parking lots. None of which have the legislated gun buster sign. I wait to hear from a permit holder who is stopped in the mall.

    FYI: The no weapons policy has been there since the mall originally opened. Fat lot of good it did Steve McNair.
    Steve McNair was shot 3 times (2 in the chest & 1 in the head) in his apt downtown by his g/f cause he wouldn't divorce his wife.

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