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    Anyone know whether Dulles Town Center has a statement prohibiting conceal carry? Or anyone know is there are any problems concealing there?

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    I Open Carry and CC at Dulles Town Center. Never been an issue.
    Carry On.

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    I always enter thru the food court entrance, there is no sign posted and no mention of it on their website.

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    Jareds Diarrhea of Jewelry is POSTED.
    Carry On.

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    Who would want to hold up that crappy diamond store anyway.

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    Jim Thorpe wrote:
    Who would want to hold up that crappy diamond store anyway.
    A criminal that did not want any law abiding customers to shoot back!
    Carry On.

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    OC and CC are fine except in the food court. There you have to OC, because Frank & Stein's ABC license covers the whole food court out to the pillars beside the last set of tables.

    Jared's is a known anti. They've posted for years. I've never even been in one. I was going to get an engagement ring for my then fiancee, now wife, saw the sign and turned a smart about face. That's probably why we're still married... I won't support stupid people, neither will she.

    Dan

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    caltain wrote:
    There you have to OC, because Frank & Stein's ABC license covers the whole food court out to the pillars beside the last set of tables.
    Personally, I would feel fine CC in food court as by the definition of the law.. the court itself is not a CLUB or Restaurant. but thats just me.. for the same reason I feel comfortable CC in Wegmans.. legally.. BUT.. this is The OPEN carry forum and i OCbecause of my rights (and because of the summer time heat!)

    So.. CARRY ON!
    Carry On.

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    We still discuss CC here, Ed.

    Even those of us that didn't tithe the government to do so.
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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