While I was in wally world tonight, OC ing with my S&W Model 10 in a Bianchi service holster, when the assistant manager approached me and asked, Excuse me are you a police officer? I replied no and he asked me why I was carrying a gun, I told him self defense, then he said that he didn't think it was legal and that wal-mart had a policy against it, thank the lord I have been on this site a few times.
I informed him that a member here had spoken with the regional manager of wal-marts in this area and that he had ssaid that wal mart policy was to keep with the laws in the state/city that the wal mart was in. Then i proceeded to cite the state codes that applied and then he asks, well then is it unloaded, which since it was, I replied yes, then he asked if I would show him that it was unloaded, which I said no, I will not remove it from the holster, I've had an annoying experience, and that I didn't think that that action would go over well with the customers that were around.
He told me that unless i showed him that it was unloaded that he would have to ask me to leave the store.
Since we were there to purchase neccessities and I didn't want to have to go somewhere else, I said as it is in a private place away from view of the public that i would show him, we went to his office and I showed him, I then showed him this website, he was very interested.
I didn't like that he didn't believe that it was unloaded, but am glad that he wont be questoning the legality of it anymore.