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    Well I went back out to Pullman this weekend to see the girl and just had to go to the most gun friendly state in the Union. Went to Wingers, Wal-Mart, and a few other stores with my Glock strapped to my side with no problems what so ever. I cannot wait till I move to Pullman or Moscow when I start at WSU next year. You guys in Idaho don't know how good you got it!

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    Yes, we do! We didn't get a gold star for nothing! :P

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    I know exactly how good we've got it!

    I love Moscow.. and you will love the area when you get here.

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    G27, You got to let me know when you're in Pullman. I'd love to have somebody to OC with.

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    I know that I am starting to beat a dead horse here but I feel as though it is important to ensue that our rights are not slowly wittled away by these obviously confused corporations. I am trying to advise everyone in the Moscow/Pullman area not to patronize Tri-State due to the fact that their corporate policy forbids OC.

    Today I did not havesuch a fun time over in Moscow, ID, I went over to pick up some 9mm ammo at Walmart only to realize that they upped their prices $4 in the last 2 weeks. Just to compare prices I ran over to Tri-State because they generally have a pretty good selection on ammo. As I walked up to the guy behind the counter in the firearm section of the store to ask about prices he couldn't even bother to look at my face while I was asking, he was fixated on the fact that I was OCing. After I decided that $13-14 for a box of 50 was not right for the wallet I walked over to my friend who was looking at .22LR ammo. I wasn't standing there for more than 10 seconds before the same guy came up to me and asked to have my firearm:what:, so he could hold it for me while I was looking. I asked why, surprised that anyone would think that I would be willing to hand over my sidearm. He said that I either needed to hand it over or cover it up with a jacket or leave. He mentioned that it was corporate policy (In Idaho no less). I mentioned that I was about to leave and then turned back and asked if he was aware that it was legal to OC in ID, which he was seeing as how he finished my sentence for me and proceeded to reiterate that it was corporate policy. I said alright and we left.

    Shortly there after I realized that I should have asked what corporate policy would have been had I been an LEO. If only I was quicker on my feet. Oh well, I'll get there soon enough at this rate.


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