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    Riverwalk Downtown Detroit

    Seen this on another post is this true. From a person that attended the picnic
    Only issue I had was being asked to leave the Riverwalk because as it turns out is private property and they prohibit weapons. Security was cool about it and didn't make a big deal. No issues anywhere else.

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    I am not sure, but I did find this.
    http://www.detroitriverfront.org/sit...highlights.pdf

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    The part we walked onto turned out to be private property. Apparently you go from walking on a public sidewalk to walking on a private one. The private part is owned by the GM Renaissance Center. There are no signs posted prohibiting weapons that we saw. Heck we didn't see any signs indicating we were going onto private property.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bossbart View Post
    Seen this on another post is this true. From a person that attended the picnic
    Only issue I had was being asked to leave the Riverwalk because as it turns out is private property and they prohibit weapons. Security was cool about it and didn't make a big deal. No issues anywhere else.
    The city is bankrupt and the businesses there decide to drive more people away by removing the right to protect oneself? The results of years of Dumbocrat rule I guess but it boggled the mind the level of folly people can sink to.
    "Which part of shall not be infringed is so difficult to understand"?

    "Any and all restrictions on the bearing of arms in public places are nullified as per the Second Amendment"

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    you would expect that there would be some sort of public easement along the river that would allow you to travel across that property. but i don't know.
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