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    Jeffs, you need to look at this then contact Barnes & Noble Corp. office. If you will scroll down almost to the last post you will see Barnes and Noble's response to The Duelist on their gun policy. They state that whatever is legal for the location of the store is what is OK to do in their stores.

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    rodbender wrote:
    Jeffs, you need to look at this then contact Barnes & Noble Corp. office. If you will scroll down almost to the last post you will see Barnes and Noble's response to The Duelist on their gun policy. They state that whatever is legal for the location of the store is what is OK to do in their stores.

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    I have seen this thanks to you. I have sent three emails including a quote of the NYC office comment about firearms in their stores. I have not heard one word in response. I plan on calling the 800 number on Monday if I haven't heard from them by then. Thanks for the info.
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