Dave The Welder wrote:Did he having a problem with you (or others) carrying? I can't tell from your story.On Wednesday night I went to Flaming Joes in Spokane with a couple of friends for dinner. I was CCing and noticed a sign on the door as I walked in, you know the one: "As per RCW 9.41.300, firearms aren't allowed on the premise....blah, blah, blah". I wasn't going to enter but looking in, I noticed kids all over the place so I walked in and had dinner. After dinner I requested to speak with the manager and informed him that that RCW only banned firearms from places off limits to people under 21 years of age and that the sign should be moved to the bar, if there was one. He told me that they have lots of LEO customers, and that several had looked at the sign and told them that it was legal. I then asked that if it was indeed legal, why then were they allowing people under 21 years of age into a restricted area? He just replied that the police had said that the sign was legal. I politely ask for the officers names so that I could contact them and figure out what was said; he refused, stating that he didn't want to get them in trouble. I replied that if they were indeed right, then they wouldn't get in trouble but would simply educate me on the subject, but he still refused. I finally got him to admit that they were from the Spokane police department. I got the feeling that he had never read the RCW and didn't care at all because the police had told him that it was right, so it was.
Anyway, is there any way that I could convince someone up in Spokane to look into this a little further?